Sarah Wolf

Sarah is projects coordinator for the Brewers Association. She is a member of the association's Market Development and Government Affairs committees. She coordinates content for, manages the seminar program for the Craft Brewers Conference and assist with brewery tracking and membership coordination. Sarah is a beer lover and Certified Cicerone®.

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Craft Brewers Conference Seminar Proposals Now Being Accepted

The 2016 Craft Brewers Conference & BrewExpo America® (CBC) will take place May 3-6 at the Philadelphia Convention Center in Philadelphia, PA. The search has begun to fill CBC’s educational tracks with informative and thought-provoking seminars for conferencegoers.

Improve the Quality of Your Draught Beer at Retail

The agenda for the 5th Annual Draught Beer Quality Workshop at the Great American Beer Festival® has been announced. The workshop will benefit anyone in the beer industry with a stake in delivering high quality draught beer. In addition to a keynote address by Brewers Association Quality Ambassador Dick Cantwell, industry experts …More

Fred Eckhardt

In remembrance of Fred Eckhardt, 1926-2015 Beer industry icon Fred Eckhardt passed away on Monday, August 10, 2015. He was a writer, authoring titles such as The Essentials of Beer Style and contributing to Celebrator magazine. “Fred Eckhardt was …More

Trace Metals in Brewing

In this seminar, Ruth Martin discusses how raw materials such as malt, sugars and hops can introduce trace metals and other minerals into wort and beer. She will also cover the impact of trace metals …More

The Maltster’s Kiln: A Cure for Your Ales

Craft brewers have identified gaps in the current malt supply and their all-malt brewing needs. Craft malthouses are focused on the needs of craft brewers and are working with farmers and breeders to source lower …More

Teaching an Old Bottling Line How Not to Suck (Air)

A case study describing the process of defining dissolved oxygen standards, standardizing testing procedures and eliminating sources of DO pick-up during the commissioning and operation of an older-model rotary filler.