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
In a brewpub, you know the WHAT (beer ingredients, flavors, styles, etc.) needed to train your staff about beer. Now learn HOW to train your service staff to be beer salespeople, from the new hire …More
Scott and his panel discuss how brewpubs can leverage the different social media outlets to develop their brands and build a loyal customer base.
Once again, Corkie and her panel of human resource professionals from the craft brewing industry share information regarding everything from labor laws to creating a great workplace culture.
Food Safety programs are a well-established practice in most of the food industry yet they have only recently come to the attention of many craft brewers. The Master Brewers Association of the Americas has …More
Craft beer and food pairing is not only a hot topic, but an area where much more information and resources need to be available. Join Gwen and Julia as they arm you with resources to …More
Wrestling with 136 different issues at the same time? Does it seem like you are trying to solve the same issues over and over again? Feeling stuck and frustrated? Learn how to take back control …More
An overview of technical issues in pub brewing, with an emphasis on how to use the brewpub format as a platform for producing a wide range of beers while maintaining sterling levels of quality control.
Small and mid-size breweries increasingly have to meet a growing influx of beer tourists. The experience visitors now have goes beyond the tasting room to a more holistic adventure. This seminar explores how to design …More
Beyond Tunnel Vision: Four Perspectives on the Who, What, Where, When, How and Why of Beer Training for Brewpub Service Staff
Larry leads a panel featuring the perspectives of a brewer, server, customer and restaurant operator/manager to show the wider perspective beyond individual roles and expose the possibilities for enhanced beer training.