When is beer going to become the thing that we drink?

When it comes to food, it’s always a debate about what to order, who to sit with, and who to bring along.

But with beer, there’s no debate.

At least, not yet.

There is one thing that everyone agrees on: Beer is the best.

The debate is whether the beer industry will ever really take off.

While the beer world has seen a big growth in popularity, many beer companies are still in their infancy.

According to The Beer Institute, there are now only 10 major brewing companies that make beer, with many of them struggling to survive in the competitive market.

That’s a pretty big number.

It’s not the most sustainable of numbers, but it’s still more than any other industry.

The number of breweries in the US has grown from 5,200 in 2012 to 9,800 in 2015, according to Beer Institute.

In total, there were nearly 50,000 breweries in 2016.

In the US alone, there was an increase of nearly 60% from 2011 to 2016.

The United States is the world’s third largest brewer behind China and Japan.

But the U.S. has a big problem with beer-related illness and deaths.

According the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there have been 1,056 alcohol-related deaths in the U-S.

in the past five years.

That is more than triple the number of deaths that have occurred in the same period in other countries.

According to the Centers, more than 9.7 million people died from alcohol-induced causes in the United States in 2016, the most recent year for which data was available.

That number is nearly twice the number that died from pneumonia, and it is far higher than the overall number of alcohol-caused deaths.

According a report released by the Centers in March, in 2016 there were 887,200 alcohol-attributable deaths in U.