The Green Bottle Beer Industry is a Biggest Threat to the Economy

By Alex LantierThe Green Bottle beer industry is a big threat to the economy.

The industry is projected to grow by over 100 percent over the next 25 years.

The Beer Institute, a Washington, D.C.-based non-profit that studies the brewing industry, says that by 2035 the industry is expected to employ more than half a million people worldwide.

The industry has made headlines recently for its low cost of production.

It has a market cap of just over $1 billion.

That’s less than half of the $5.5 billion in total beer that is consumed in the U.S. every day.

In 2015, the Brewers Association of America predicted that a craft brewery in the United States will produce a gallon of beer for every $1 it makes in the next 10 years.

And that is even before taxes, marketing, and other costs.

The average brewery in America produces only 1.5 gallons of beer per year, and it makes less than $3 per gallon of its own beer.

That is a huge problem for a company that has to pay more than $2 per gallon in taxes to the U,C, and state governments.

The beer industry also has a huge impact on the environment.

According to the Brewers Guild, the beer industry uses about 40,000 tons of waste per year.

The trade group says it is committed to reducing its waste and creating more jobs in the brewing and production industries.

The United States has the fifth largest brewery in Europe, but it’s not growing fast enough.

In the next five years, the U is projected in the first half of that century to lose out on $5 billion to $6 billion in annual economic growth.

The Brewers Guild is now calling for a carbon tax that would help lower CO2 emissions.

It’s also calling for the elimination of loopholes that allow companies to avoid taxes by avoiding paying taxes on the sale of products that are made overseas.