The Brewers Association and American Malting Barley Association climbed Capitol Hill in March to advocate for strong barley policy with members of Congress.
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Your legislators need to hear from you about how the Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act of 2019 impacts your brewery, the brewery you work for, or the brewery you supply.
Hops were in the air on Capitol Hill this Valentine’s Day, as BA staff, brewers, hop growers, and hop suppliers joined the annual Hop Research Council (HRC) hop and brewing industry coalition hill climb.
On Wednesday Feb. 6, Bill Butcher of Port City Brewing testified at a House Small Business Committee Hearing, "The Shutdown: Economic Impact on Small Businesses" on how the closure of the TTB and SBA impacted small and independent breweries.
The 115th Congress (2017-2018) was a successful legislative session for small and independent breweries: The House Small Brewers Caucus was the largest special interest caucus in Congress with 241 members and the farm bill included language …More
The partial shutdown of the U.S. government impacts breweries in a few ways, including labels and permits, taxes and reports of operations, and loans.
In November, Brandon Skall, CEO and co-founder of DC Brau in Washington, D.C., shared his brewery's story to demonstrate the impact of Section 232 tariffs on American businesses.
As we move forward into 2019 and the 116th Congress, a lot will be changing in D.C. How will these changes impact small and independent breweries?
Need a reason to vote on November 6? Take a look at some of the issues that your state and federal legislators have a say in that could impact small and independent breweries.
Two investigations by U.S. agencies have led to the imposition of tariffs that may have an effect on breweries. Here's what you need to know about them.