By Joe Young
Beer sales have increased nationally for the first time since 2008, according to the Beer Institute, possibly signaling a recession recovery at last.
In areas of the U.S. where the unemployment rate is low, beer sales have remained strong as the local and national economies have not prevented affluent consumers from enjoying a cold lager or flavorful microbrew.
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According to this article, more beer sales are a result of a better economy. I don't know if more beer sales equates to a better economy but many Kentucky towns are going "wet" for the first time with beer sales since Prohibition and their economies are improving
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