The Brewers Association is currently accepting proposals from vendors to develop a manual and web content containing beer production cost of goods sold (COGS) information. The information contained in the manual will be a member …More
In the January/February 2016 The New Brewer, we turn our focus to brewpubs, diving into topics such as brewpub menus, marketing, quality, and extreme brewing. You’ll also find a wealth of information and news you …More
The Brewers Association is preparing our annual review of the U.S. brewing industry. The information we get from you helps us provide the most accurate brewing industry statistics to members like you. Please assist us …More
January marks the collection period of the Brewers Association’s Annual Beer Industry Production Survey (BIPS). U.S. breweries should have already received a bright green survey in the mail. The survey can also be completed online. Complete …More
After 37 years of service as president at the Brewers Association, Charlie Papazian will put his passion and vision for the world of beer and brewing into a new role at the Brewers Association. In …More
In our November/December Raw Materials issue, we are pleased to present even more expanded content, with the debut of our Technical Brewing column spearheaded by BA technical brewing projects coordinator Chuck Skypeck. We also take …More
Chairman of the Brewers Association (BA) Board of Directors, Gary Fish, recently announced the winning candidates of the board of directors election. The board of directors govern the activities of the professional division of the BA …More
National chains are taking an increasing interest in American craft brewers. Their customers are seeking more flavorful, high quality, local beers. In order to help educate and strengthen small brewers’ relationship with national account buyers, the Brewers Association (BA) …More
With the September/October Sales & Marketing issue, we are pleased to present our “refresh” of The New Brewer. Along with an updated design, most noticeably the cover, we’ve also expanded the content.
The 2016 Craft Brewers Conference & BrewExpo America® (CBC) will take place May 3-6 at the Philadelphia Convention Center in Philadelphia, PA. The search has begun to fill CBC’s educational tracks with informative and thought-provoking seminars for conferencegoers.