The traditional beer dinner format has grown stale and unexciting. This seminar looks at a variety of ways to inject fresh life and excitement into beer dinners and food pairings.
In this seminar you’ll find ways to engage and contribute to the needs of the community while reducing local advertising costs.
With so much to share, this panel discussion is split into two sessions.This panel comprises brewpubs of various sizes from different regions of the country and provides an open forum for discussion of best practices.
This seminar covers lessons learned from managing brewpubs in conjunction with a wholesale distribution brewery.
If you ask established brewpub operators, “What’s the hardest part of your job?” many respond unequivocally with “managing staff.” By paying attention to a few guiding principles, you can take the stress out of managing …More
The craft renaissance includes an empowered consumer and an abundance of quality choices, making today the greatest time for food and drink in the history of the world. No matter how great, these choices can …More
This seminar covers innovating traditional fundraising for brewpubs, including mug clubs, non-profits, social media and technology.
As breweries and brewpubs strive to capitalize on the growth of the industry and build their brands for long-term success, retail and promotional merchandise such as wearables, POS and souvenirs are an essential advertising medium. …More
This seminar provides a detailed analysis of packaging options for brewpubs, including hand-bottling, mobile packaging services and small scale packaging equipment, and looks at operational/tecnhical, marketing and legal ramifications.
The Brewers Association’s brewpub committee presents an introduction to the Craft Beer Server Training Manual and offers best practices for developing a knowledgable staff.