We all make predictions about what we hope will happen, and also what we believe will happen, in the beer future. What beer predictions have you made in the past that turned out to be right? What beer predictions have you made in the past that turned out to be wrong? What beer predictions have you made that are still works in progress and could go either way? What is your biggest hope for the future (not a prediction)? I think my biggest wrong prediction was I predicted ABI/GI would never be able to produce enough BCBS to send across the country. I also predicted Larry Bell would never change his mind and send Bell's to NYS. I think my biggest right prediction was sitting in the Alchemist Brewpub drinking Heady Toppers circa 2010 and predicting that this style of beer, soft on palate heavily dry hopped and unfiltered less bitter fruity hop masterpieces, was not a fad and would grow to dominate the IPA market. My prediction that craft beer would top out at under 20% of total beer sold in this country hasn't played out yet. My biggest hope for the future is my local brewers start to make stout of the same quality I have to purchase from out of area brewers, or trade for, every year to stock our Stout Night beer tasting. How about you? Inquiring minds want to know.