The Brewers Association (BA) is now accepting applications for grants funding research and projects related to craft brewing for 2015. The deadline for submitting applications is September 30, 2014. Under the direction of the BA technical committee, this platform …More
The Brewers Association Technical Committee has released a statement addressing best practices in date lot coding for craft brewers. In short the document states that it is in the best interest of craft brewers, distributors, importers, …More
California Governor Jerry Brown has signed AB 2203, landmark legislation that makes it illegal for any person to obliterate, mutilate or mark out the manufacturers name on a metal keg without the written consent of …More
Registration is now open for the Draught Beer Quality Workshop at the 2014 Great American Beer Festival®. Developed by the Draught Beer Quality Subcommittee, the workshop, slated for Friday, October 3, will benefit anyone in the beer industry with a stake in delivering high quality draught beer.
For the sixth consecutive year the Brewers Association’s Export Development Program is participating in the Great British Beer Festival. The U.K. is one of the largest markets for EDP members. The BA will be displaying an …More
Growler use by consumers and retailers is becoming an increasingly popular way to bring the retail draught beer experience home or to transport rare or small production beers. The important decision to fill and use growlers …More
Brewers Association Draught Beer Quality Working Group Transitions to Subcommittee, Matt Meadows New Chairperson
The Brewers Association (BA) draught beer quality working group has transitioned from a standing working group to full-fledged subcommittee of the technical committee. Brewers Association working groups typically perform specific tasks then disband upon completion of …More
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The Brewers Association's safety subcommittee has announced the introduction of a new program to be featured on the BA Forum, the Safety Exchange.
Chris Swersey, technical brewing projects coordinator for the Brewers Association looks at the possible effects of the dismantling of the Canadian Wheat Board, the 2011 crop and the future of the barley market.