This seminar helps small, expanding breweries diagnose brewing issues with a spectrophotometer and discusses how to correct those issues and grow into the process when capacity increases. The seminar includes methods for determining IBUs, oxidative …More
Branding and marketing your beer takes creativity, hard work, time and money, but there are also legal questions that craft brewers ignore at their peril. This panel brings together a craft brewer and an experienced …More
Jamil leads a panel of recent start-up brewers to discuss some of the trials and battle scars in the models of packaging brewery, alternating proprietorship and contract.
The Brewers Association is currently tracking 1,300+ breweries in planning. This panel of industry experts shares their stories in order to provide an in-depth look at what brewery start-ups should expect.
Christian provides an overview of what it takes to create a solid business plan specific to the brewing industry.
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.
Matty and Kelly share the systematic approach developed at New Belgium to detect, identify, pinpoint, isolate and ultimately destroy the source of the nastiest infections.
This presentation gives an overview of what trademarks are and why they are important to the craft brewer, providing detailed information on how to see if others are using the same mark, as well as …More
Safety consultant Matt Stinchfield leads a roundtable to discuss practices in breweries that have safety professionals and how to ensure a safe environment in smaller breweries.