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Jonathan D. Fitzgerald (PhD ’18) on the Expansion of the Nonalcoholic Craft Beer Market

Athletic Brewing founder Bill Shufelt outside the Connecticut-based company’s new brewery in San Diego. Shufelt is wearing yellow sunglasses and holding a can of beer while exuberantly jumping in front of the brewery in the background.

“When I first quit [drinking], it was really hard, and it still is, but with craft nonalcoholic beer and the community that has formed around it, sober life has become a lot easier.”

Jonathan D. Fitzgerald (PhD ’18) has published an article in the Boston Sunday Globe Magazine entitled, “Health-conscious millennials are driving a boom in nonalcoholic beer.” The article explores the rise of the nonalcoholic craft beer market as options expand to meet consumer demand. Read the full article here.

Jonathan successfully defended his dissertation, “Setting the Record Straight: Women Literary Journalists Writing Against the Mainstream” (co-directed by Professors Carla Kaplan and Ryan Cordell) in June 2018. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Humanities at Regis College in Weston, Massachusetts.

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