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How craft breweries and golf are bringing together two disparate cultures (golf.com)

How craft breweries and golf are bringing together two disparate cultures

For some golfers, the most treasured part of a round comes after it’s over, when weekend heroes and hackers alike hit the bar for post-round libations. Manhattans and martinis? Sure, if that’s your thing. But few drinks pair better with post-golf banter than a pint of cold beer — made all the more memorable if that beer happens to be brewed on site.

There aren’t many golf courses where golfers can enjoy such an experience but there are enough that the growing intersection between golf and craft beer merits a closer look; it’s a hoppy … ahem, happy marriage in which brewers introduce golfers to their offerings while golf-course owners try to make converts of craft-beer lovers.

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