Prior to the Friday session of the Great American Beer Festival® (GABF), the Brewers Association hosted a press conference. On behalf of small and independent craft brewers and the Brewers Association Board of Directors, Scott Metzger shared …More
- Representing CraftBeer.com at SAVOR in DC with Jess Baker
- At SAVOR in Washington D.C. talking beer pairing and independent craft brewers.
- Attending the Craft Brewing Events Conference in Denver!
- Celebrating #BeerItForward and American Craft Beer Week at Fiction Brewing in Denver
- Excited to attend the Craft Brewers Conference in Washington D.C. Join us!
- Julia Herz and Paul Gatza at the VIBE (Beverage Executive) Conference in the Beer Land of San Diego.
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As craft beer continues to rise, so does the amount of data to digest. The ever-present question is, “Who is the craft beer lover and what makes them tick?” At the Craft Brewers Conference, held in May in Philadelphia, Mike Kallenberger (Troposbrand.com) and Lindsay Kunkle (The Futures Company) presented one of …More
So much has changed in the world of America’s small and independent craft brewers since I became the Brewers Association (BA) craft beer program director in 2007. The segment has grown exponentially as the total …More
American Craft Beer Week (May 15-21, 2017) is upon us. For the past 12 years, the Brewers Association Craft Beer Program has organized a national celebration dedicated to highlighting our small and independent craft brewers. …More
“You say you want a revolution,” go the Beatles lyrics. Well, yes, I do—and I know you do too. With craft beer sales nipping at the heels of wine sales, and the full-flavored beer movement …More
Predictions: Everyone loves them, especially because sometimes they turn out to be right! If I was a betting woman, I’d put my money on predictions from those most closely connected to today’s small brewers. Call …More
Whenever I speak about what’s going on with small and independent craft breweries, one thing I’m always excited to emphasize is how charitable craft brewers are. I’m inspired to say it again and again: Craft …More
Freshness matters. Distributors, retailers and beer lovers all expect brewers to establish shelf life estimates for each of their brands. Doing so is not only important to the reputation of beer as a beverage, but also …More
When I became Craft Beer Program Director at the Brewers Association in 2007, we had only 800 media contacts in our database. Today we have close to 4,000. The interest in small and independent craft …More
Branding and marketing plays a huge role in the success of any small and independent brewery, and requires many different resources. Regardless of whether you are new and still getting your sea legs or an …More