Craft brewers, already feeling the hangover of a declining U.S. beer industry, are facing new troubles as their equipment gets wrapped up in Trump’s trade war. Small breweries hoping to open or expand in the next few months say they’re holding off on orders of new equipment as they wait to find out whether the administration’s latest round of proposed tariffs on $300 billion of goods — including brewery machinery — will go into effect. “We are being more cautious and taking a conservative approach,” said Dan Coronado, who’s planning to open nanobrewery Lokahi Brewing in Kailua, Hawaii, with a partner next spring. The sector may not have to wait long for clarity. President Donald Trump will sit down with Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the Group of 20 summit in Japan on Saturday, where it’s possible they’ll hash out a deal — or at least make enough progress that the U.S. will delay the potential fourth round of tariffs. But tensions are high leading into the meeting, with Xi taking a not-so-subtle swipe at Trump’s policy slogan, “America first,” in remarks to African leaders. If the tariffs do go into effect, higher equipment costs could make it...