A presentation given by Brewers Association Chief Economist Bart Watson at the Congrès des microbrasseries du Québec.
Hiring and retaining quality brewing staff is vital to being a successful brewery. This panel will discuss the critical factors involved in hiring and retaining strong brewing team members. The conversation is from a brewer’s …More
This seminar covers TTB trade practice, formulation, and label submission requirements, and will provide information on analytical testing for label compliance.
This presentation will cover the fundamentals of brewing quality: what metrics are most important to measure and why, tips and tricks for getting the job done on a budget without compromising methods, and resources available …More
Whether you are a brewery-in-planning or a rapidly growing brewery, one of the primary challenges you’ll face is determining the most effective way to finance your growth and expansion. In this session, our panel of …More
Craft brewer demand for hops is pushing the U.S. hop industry beyond its capacity. Land and infrastructure for additional hop production are very capital-intensive and time-consuming to develop. With these constraints in mind, how can …More
Only two commercial maltsters in the U.S. operate roasters to produce specialty malt. This seminar will present a basic understanding of the malting process before delving into the differences between producing malt on a kiln …More
Upcoming Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations will require chain restaurants to publish the calorie content of all regular menu items. This seminar will provide an update on the latest government guidance and efforts by …More
A summary of key metrics to consider when evaluating the quality of white malts, crystal malts, and hops.
Running a successful brewery is more than just making good beer. Learn the basics of marketing for craft brewers, including preparing for media interviews.