Here I am interviewed by The University of Toledo’s Vince Diguglielmo about the American craft beer industry. This interview occurred in November 2015.
McLaughlin, Ralph B. Neil Reid, and Michael S. Moore. 2016. Inter-metropolitan location patterns of commercial craft brewing in the United States. Studies in Regional Science, 46(1): 115-129.
Moore, Michael S., Neil Reid, and Ralph B. McLaughlin. 2016. The Locational Determinants of Microbreweries and Brewpubs in the United States. In Ignazio Cabras, David Higgins, and David Preece (eds.), Beer, Brewing and Pubs: A Global Perspective, Palgrave McMillan, 182-204.
Reid, Neil and Jay D. Gatrell. 2015. Brewing Growth: Regional Craft Breweries and Emerging Economic Development Opportunities. Economic Development Journal, Volume 14, Issue 4, pp. 4-12.
Reid, Neil. 2015. Review of ‘The audacity of hops: The history of America’s craft beer revolution’ by Tom Acitelli. Economic Development Quarterly, Volume 29, Issue 1, pp. 93-94.
Reid, Neil, Ralph B. McLaughlin, and Michael S. Moore. 2014. From yellow fizz to big biz: American craft beer comes of age. FOCUS on Geography, Volume 57, Issue 3, pp. 114-125.
McLaughlin, Ralph B., Neil Reid, and Michael S. Moore. 2014. The ubiquity of good taste: A spatial analysis of the craft brewing industry in the United States. In Mark W. Patterson and Nancy Hoalst-Pullen (editors), The Geography of Beer, Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 131-154.
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