The Brewers Association Export Development Program has now completed several events in its 2019 activity plan, but many opportunities remain for EDP members to present their beers in international settings and help educate global audiences on the quality and diversity of U.S. craft beer.
Export Development Program News
For the third consecutive year, the Export Development Program (EDP) showcased the variety and quality of American craft beer via a booth presence and series of presentations at the Craft Beer Rising festival in London.
2018 marked another year of success for Brewers Association Export Development Program breweries in the European Beer Star and Brussels Beer Challenge.
The Brewers Association Export Development Program is excited to announce a preliminary lineup of 2019 activities. The EDP works to inform member breweries about opportunities to sell and promote their products in key international markets.
The Export Development Program representatives returned to London in August to promote U.S. craft beer at the Great British Beer Festival and other events around the city.
The BA attended Melbourne Good Beer Week this May, with the purpose of promoting U.S. breweries and the BA as the voice of craft beer in a global sense.
Breweries from all over the world are celebrating the results of the 2018 Australian International Beer Awards (AIBA), which were revealed last month. This year’s winners were honored at a prestigious awards pairing dinner curated …More
For the second consecutive year, the EDP had a booth presence at the Craft Beer Rising festival in London. Now in its sixth year, Craft Beer Rising has become a highly regarded trade and consumer beer …More
The Brewers Association Export Development Program returned to the Beijing Invitational Craft Beer Festival in March, for a second consecutive year of participating in the event. Six breweries sent representatives to showcase their beers in person, …More
Supported by the Brewers Association’s Export Development Program, craft beer export volume increased by 3.6 percent in 2017, now totaling 482,309 barrels and valued at $125.4 million.