On Dominican Independence Day we stand in solidarity with our brothers and sisters in the Dominican Republic fighting for democracy.
The link below is a study done by the internal pro-competition and free markets organization in the Dominican Republic highlighting corruption and anti-competitive practices.
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Latino-owned breweries are hard to come by, despite there being 57 million Latinos in the United States and more than 5,000 breweries. The reasons why are complicated. Some reasons are historical, others are cultural.
“Craft brewing is rooted in home-brewing,” Jeremy Marshall, a brewer at Lagunitas Brewing Co., told NPR in 2013. “And if you look at home-brewing, you see nerdy white guys...
Despite the endless obstacles that Dominican immigrants face in this country, many of us come here with dreams. Now, more than ever, must we stand united in supporting the small businesses that are advancing our people, our culture and our talents. Check out OPUS MAG’s feature of our craft beers.
“Dominicans started their descent to America in the late 70s/early 1980s. A group...
Honored to be featured in LatinTRENDS Dominican Influencer Series.🇩🇴
With virtually no resources at all, this young entrepreneur created the first Dominican beer in the United States. Juan came to New York with his mom when he was 5 years old, chasing the same American Dream of thousands of immigrants.