A presentation given by Brewers Association Chief Economist Bart Watson at the Congrès des microbrasseries du Québec.
The retailer panel returns to the conference with a new lineup of representatives from various retailer channels.
This seminar will explore non-traditional methods of marketing to increase revenue, improve operations, and build brand loyalty. Industry experts will discuss their ideas including spicing up your brewery tour, partnering with local organizations, and more.
Trademark disputes come in all shapes and sizes. While some disputes are foreseeable and avoidable, others are completely unexpected. This seminar will provide a general overview of trademark disputes and will feature a panel of …More
Every brewery needs a proactive plan to ensure the safety of tour groups, delivery drivers, truckers, contractors, suppliers, maintenance and service personnel, inspectors, regulators, volunteers, and other third parties at your site. This session will …More
Starting a business can be daunting as one has to deal with a slew of legal issues. But starting a craft brewery can be even more confusing due to the unique nature of the industry …More
This seminar will explore different approaches to managing a brewpub that also packages beer for distribution. Topics will include infrastructure, implementation, operations, and distribution.
This seminar will address legal and practical issues in dealing with partner disputes and separations and will provide helpful tips on how to address these issues up front.
Prevention and protection are two cornerstones of workplace safety. In order to implement effective hazard controls and increase worker well-being, it’s important to first identify and understand potential hazards. Brewers Association safety ambassador Matt Stinchfield …More
So you’ve opened your nano brewery. Now what? As you may be discovering, the jump from nano to micro is huge! If you plan on taking your brand to micro and maybe even regional status …More