Registration for the 2015 Craft Brewers Conference (CBC) & BrewExpo America® is now open. The conference will take place April 14-17 at the Oregon Convention Center in downtown Portland. The Craft Brewers Conference is the only industry event …More
The latest Brewers Association news including events, publications, membership benefits, awards and announcements.
The National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) and the Brewers Association (BA) announced J.J. Taylor Distributing Florida, Inc. as the 2014 Craft Beer Distributor of the Year. The Craft Beer Distributor of the Year Award recognizes a beer distributor who does the most …More
State brewers guilds are non-profit associations that protect and promote the local craft brewing industry. Across the country, these groups are making a difference through organizing events, fighting unfavorable laws and being the collective voice for craft …More
The Brewpub Pavilion returned to the Great American Beer Festival (GABF) for a third year. The pavilion debuted in 2012 as a way to highlight this important segment of the craft brewing industry. Brewpubs, defined by the …More
Fall is in the air, which means it’s time for our annual Sales & Marketing issue of The New Brewer (September/October 2014). Read Online Features Onsite Immersion: The Brewery Tap Room Onsite tap and tasting rooms are more than …More
The BA Insider is a free email publication written by the Market Development Committee. The publication is sent quarterly by the Brewers Association. Each issue covers topics relevant to craft beer distributors.
The Great American Beer Festival (GABF) brewery registration process has changed for 2014. In an effort to eliminate the rush to enter, there will be an online brewery application period June 17-26, 2014. Breweries can find …More
The Brewers Association offices are relocating at the end of May. Some services will be periodically unavailable on Friday, May 30.
Each year the Brewers Association (BA) collects craft brewery data through the Beer Industry Production Survey to provide the foundation for the statistical information in the May/June issue of The New Brewer. This and other supplemental data is now avail