A presentation given by Brewers Association Chief Economist Bart Watson at the Congrès des microbrasseries du Québec.
A discussion of export opportunities in Korea, this seminar is a must-attend for any company that is currently in the market or contemplating business in Korea.
This joint project between the Brewers Association and the American Society of Brewing Chemists (ASBC) is designed to deliver basic quality methodology to attendees. Accurately measuring wort gravity/density/sugar …More
This seminar will outline some of the benefits and drawbacks of self distribution beyond a brewery’s initial opening. Should you distribute your own brand, and possibly other brands as well? Explore different scenarios in this …More
This presentation will cover case studies, fermentation techniques, cellar practices, and troubleshooting tips for dealing with fruit refermentation in a production brewery.
Clean-in-place (CIP) and other cleaning strategies can be challenging. However, a consistent, proper, and professional hygiene regime is important to producing quality beer. The choice of detergents as well as understanding cleaning kinetics is key. …More
A discussion of export opportunities in Norway through the AS VINMONOPOLET, the government-owned alcoholic beverage retailer and the only company allowed to sell beverages containing an alcohol content higher than 4.75 percent in Norway.
This seminar will discuss how to institute basic microbiology practices in a brewery, including how to identify an infection in your brewery and address it.
Plenty of sales data is available in the beer business; the question is how to make sense of all the numbers. Where do they come from? What do they mean? How do they impact your …More
International Gruit Day founder Steve Beauchesne will moderate a panel of some of the brewing world’s foremost experts on gruit—beer brewed with herbs, spices, and other botanicals in place of hops. The panelists will explain …More