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CraftBeer.com: have you heard of it? Have you visited it? Have you used it to promote your brewery or beers? CraftBeer.com is the Brewers Association’s beer lover-facing website, focused on telling the stories of small and independent American craft brewers while celebrating the American craft beer movement. With the site’s late …More
Keg loss is a big issue for the craft brewing industry. The BA estimates that keg loss costs each brewery between $.46 and $1.37 per barrel of beer they produce.
As a savvy small-brewery marketer, you’re probably looking for the best way to get the latest industry news and trends. Maybe you’d like an early tip on any press releases the Brewers Association (BA) puts …More
Celebration Continues with Resolution for Small and Independent Craft Brewers Boulder, CO • June 2, 2015—The weeklong celebration honoring the country’s small and independent craft brewery renaissance during the 10th American Craft Beer Week (ACBW) continues, …More
Boulder, CO • March 26, 2015—Adam Dulye has been named Executive Chef of the Brewers Association (BA), the not-for-profit trade association dedicated to small and independent American craft brewers, and CraftBeer.com, the BA website for …More
Thirteen small and independent craft brewers made up the Brewers Association (BA) Craft Brewer Pavilion this past week at the National Grocers Association (NGA) Show. Held in Las Vegas, Nev. over the course of four …More
Free Online Curriculum Enhances Use of Craft Beer in Culinary Education Boulder, CO—To better integrate craft beer into culinary curriculums, the Brewers Association—the not-for-profit trade association dedicated to small and independent American brewers—published the CraftBeer.com Beer …More