The craft beer movement is taking hold in Australia with the formation of new craft beer associations and specialty bars and retailers. The U.S. industry is already taking advantage of opportunities created by these developments. …More
Packaging manager of Summit Brewing Company Kenny Gunderman advises breweries on setting their production schedules.
Craft brewers are seeking out organic malt, malts produced with fewer water and fertilizer inputs, locally produced malts and those with distinctive flavors. Speakers describe the basics of barley growing practices and variety development past, …More
This presentation provides training on how to utilize pump curves, understand NPSH, velocities and gpm required for proper cleaning, and more.
A two-part presentation consisting of technical information (e.g., rules, regulations, procedures) regarding the exportation of American craft beer, plus background on resources available from TTB and how the agency can assist industry members looking to …More
Danny Brager employs the resources from Nielsen’s extensive consumer information collection and analysis to get at who is buying craft brewed beer and why. The seminar reveals opportunities for brewers from a foundation of data.
Mitch and his co-presenters offer a summary of hop variety flavor based on dry-hop studies and a study of bitterness as beer goes through brewhouse processes.
Dr. Michael Lewis has trained myriad brewers over the years. He discusses what quality is, why it is important on the brewery and community levels, and how quality can be achieved and communicated to beer …More
The Hop Quality Group presents some of the recent findings and provides an on-the-ground update on the changes occurring with hops for craft brewers.
This panel presents a chronological timeline of the startup of Mystery Brewing Company, the first brewery financed via Kickstarter that is operational to date. They take a detailed look at the two-year decision-making process through …More