What We want YOU (and your nose) to choose future U.S. aroma hop varieties. Make your way to Yakima and join the Brewers Association, DraughtLab, and Yakima Valley Hops to rub and smell promising experimental hops while …More
Presentations from past Craft Brewers Conference seminars including brewery and brewpub operations, packaging, brewing ingredients sustainability and more.
The daylong event included a discussion on the upcoming changes to the Oklahoma state liquor laws, a "State of the Brewnion" address, and more.
After more than 150 different beers brewed, we're finally starting to talk about flagships.
As federal affairs manager for the Brewers Association, I have been fortunate to be a part of some great legislative and political successes in Washington, D.C. One of the things I am most proud of …More
The Brewers Association has learned that the United States Department of Agriculture – Agricultural Research Service (USDA-ARS) has received an additional $900,000 in funding for the 2018 Fiscal Year in support of public hop research. …More
Signed by the Governor, H.B. 4667 renames the Grape and Wine Industry Council as the Michigan Craft Beverage Council and requires the Council to direct the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development to award grants …More
On May 31, 120 brewers, brewery owners, employees and state guild representatives descended on Washington, D.C., to advocate on behalf of the country’s small and independent brewers.
Before the Governor for action, H.B. 4667 renames the Grape and Wine Industry Council as the Michigan Craft Beverage Council and requires the Council to direct the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development to award …More
The Brewers Association announced the execution of a subaward designating the site for the public hop breeding program they are funding. The subaward between the United States Department of Agriculture-Agricultural Research Service (USDA-ARS) and Washington State University (WSU) designates the Irrigated Agriculture Research & Extension Center (WSU-IAREC) at Prosser as the operating partner facility.
From April 30 to May 3, craft brewers took center stage in Music City, as nearly 15,000 headed to Nashville for the largest Craft Brewers Conference (CBC) & BrewExpo America® to date.
A panel discussion on hop contracts, over and under contracting, the return of the spot market, and dollar cost averaging your hops
Brewers these days are adding all sorts of things to their IPAs—fruits, vegetables, herbs, spices, and sour treatments—to enhance and play off of the constituent flavors of hops and fermentation. Come listen in as industry …More
New brewer means new beer! I am updating the equipment and have changed some of the recipes to reflect current styles.
We’re pumped to start a second year of hop farming and to demonstrate that hops can indeed be a viable crop in Florida.
A panel discussion about hops from farm to beer. Brewers Association Federal Affairs Manager Katie Marisic and Supply Chain Specialist Chris Swersey host an educational event and tasting for Members of Congress and staff. Fred Geschwill of …More
Clearing initial committee consideration, Senate Bill 5649 seeks to include the manufacturing of hops when determining if something is considered a New York state labelled beer.
Passing the full Senate, S.B. 439 would rename the Grape and Wine Industry Council as the Michigan Craft Beverage Council; decrease the membership of the Council and revise the term limits of its members; require …More
The conference will feature separate basic and advanced sessions for hop growers as well as a barley session and malting tour that is designed for both growers and brewers. Several prominent speakers from around the …More
On December 8, the American Brewing History Initiative of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History hosted a panel discussion at the Pike Place Market, focusing on Seattle’s small and independent craft brewing history. The conversation explored …More
The craft beer community as a whole is full of some of the most interesting, passionate, and generous people I have ever met.
We do have the usual shiny stainless steel things, but our most important acquisition over the course of the last year is our Burning Beard team.
Happy October everyone! The end of Oktoberfest means it’s time for my favorite blog post of you year: analyzing the Great American Beer Festival (GABF) winners! Frequent readers of the Insights and Analysis section (you …More
Co-owner, Whetstone Craft Beers/Whetstone Station Associates Brattleboro, VT Candidate Interview More about Tim What unique skills do you bring to the board? Aside from being on the front lines of the brewing and brewpub business, I have an obsession with …More
The inaugural New Hampshire Craft Brew Conference brings together individuals seeking to learn, develop and explore their passion for craft beer. With over 16 sessions/workshops to choose from, there is sure to be something for …More
The three-day conference includes notable speakers from around the world to share their knowledge about hops and beer flavor. Additionally, the conference offers an opportunity to view updates by researchers carrying out on-going studies for …More
I’ve always loved craft beer, so after several years as a Fox Sports producer, I used my content creation background to get a craft beer marketing job.
Signed into law, House Bill 5928 establishes a farm brewery manufacturer permit, which allows for, among other things, the manufacture, storage, bottling, and wholesale distribution and sale of beer manufactured at any place or premises …More
Moving through several committees, Senate Bill 5649 amends certain definitions to include the manufacturing of (as opposed to simply growing) hops when determining if something is considered a New York state labelled beer.
What’s your current position at your brewery, and how did you get started in the craft brewing industry? I’m the head brewer at Levity Brewing Company [in Indiana, Pa.]. I started homebrewing in 2004 and have …More
Passing the Senate, House Bill 5928 establishes a farm brewery manufacturer permit, which allows for, among other things, the manufacture, storage, bottling, and wholesale distribution and sale of beer manufactured at any place or premises …More
Boulder, CO • June 3, 2017 — Celebrating a decade in D.C., the tenth annual SAVOR℠: An American Craft Beer & Food Experience presented by the Brewers Association offered expanded opportunity for an intimate crowd to discover craft beers produced …More
How long have you served on the BA board of directors? I started my first term in February 2017. What’s new in homebrewing and what’s next on the horizon? Over the next few years, I think we’ll see …More
Under Senate consideration, House Bill 5928 establishes a farm brewery manufacturer permit, which allows for, among other things, the manufacture, storage, bottling, and wholesale distribution and sale of beer manufactured at any place or premises …More
Brewers Association (BA) Quality Ambassador Neil Witte delivered the keynote address to the New Mexico Brewers Guild conference, held in Albuquerque, NM on March 31st. Central New Mexico Community College hosted the day-long event that …More
From farm to kettle, best practices programs provide a framework to ensure consistent standards and traceability to deliver reliable, premium quality hops to brewers. Excellent third-party audited programs are available to growers in the Pacific …More
An unintended and often unreported consequence of dry hopping is the increase in real extract derived from hops and subsequent refermentation. This can result in over-attenuation, leading to potentially dangerous overcarbonation in packaged beer, particularly …More
House Bill 5928 establishes a farm brewery manufacturer permit, allowing for, among other things, the manufacture, storage, bottling, and wholesale distribution and sale of beer manufactured at any place or premises located on a farm. …More
The American Society of Brewing Chemists (ASBC) and Brewers Association (BA) are collaborating to produce a series of videos that demonstrate fundamental methods related to brewing microbiology. The first two videos in the series address …More
We’re almost a quarter of the way through 2017, and it’s been a whirlwind year so far. With the Craft Brewers Conference in Washington, D.C. scheduled to take place in less than a month, here’s …More
The Brewers Association (BA) is pleased to announce that proposals for funding 2018 research are now being accepted. Applications are being collected online until May 31, 2017. An overview document is available that walks applicants through …More
If you haven’t visited Washington, D.C. since the last Craft Brewers Conference here in 2013, you’ve got some catching up to do.
The Inaugural Grower and Brewer Conference was held in Lincoln, Ne. January 4-5 at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln Innovation Campus. The Nebraska Craft Brewers Guild teamed up with the Nebraska Hop Growers Association to connect …More
House Bill 5928 seeks to promote the growing of hops and barley in Connecticut by creating a farm brewery manufacturer permit.
It has been quite a year, with many ups and downs. Whether you had the best year of your life or are happy to see 2016 finally come to an end, it’s beneficial to take …More
Hi all. Some good news for the holidays…Brewers Association Technical Brewing Projects Manager Chuck Skypeck and I conducted our latest conference call with staff at the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) Office of Nutrition and …More
The Congressional House Small Brewers Caucus, working in conjunction with the Brewers Association and other industry trade groups, has sent a letter to the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) requesting USDA boost …More
By Ryan Farrell At the conclusion of a recent all-staff meeting, Brewers Association staff members played three rounds of “The Price is Right.” Employees were asked to “come on down” to the stage, where we …More
What’s your current position at your brewery, and how did you get started in the craft brewing industry? I am director of brewing operations at Cape May Brewery in Cape May, N.J. Before that I was …More
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has published a Nutrition Facts label Industry Resources web page to help businesses comply with the requirements of the final rules, which were issued in May 2016. Alcohol …More
What’s your current position at your brewery, and how did you get started in the craft brewing industry? I am currently with Saltwater Brewery [in Delray Beach, Fla.] as the head of brewing. I graduated from …More
A Guide to Exploring Local Flavor Using Cultivated and Foraged Ingredients by Stan Hieronymus; Foreword by Dogfish Head Founder Sam Calagione Boulder, CO • August 25, 2016—The growing hunger for locally sourced food is not a …More
In the U.S. there has never been a more dynamic period of time in the hop industry than the past 9 years. In 2010, U.S. aroma hop acreage stood at 8100, or around 26% of the …More
Brewers Association of Maryland (BAM) held its largest-ever membership meeting in June, with over 65 members and start-ups in attendance. Hosted at Key Brewing, located on the outskirts of Baltimore, I was honored to join the …More
Thousands to Participate in Worldwide, Simultaneous Toast What In honor of National Homebrew Day (which falls every year on May 7), each year the American Homebrewers Association (AHA) celebrates AHA Big Brew on the first Saturday in …More
American Craft Beer Week (May 15-21, 2017) is a fitting time to reflect on how craft brewers revolutionized not only the way beer is viewed, but also the landscape of American beer distribution and retail …More
The Brewers Association (BA) is pleased to announce that proposals for funding 2017 research are now being accepted. Applications are being collected online until July 31, 2016. An overview document is available that walks applicants through the online form, and allows applicants to gather …More
A summary of key metrics to consider when evaluating the quality of white malts, crystal malts, and hops.
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
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
What’s your current position at your brewery, and how did you get started in the craft brewing industry? I’m the owner of Miami Creek Brewing Co. [in Drexel, Mo.] My first batch of homebrew was a …More
Stalled in committee, Senate Bill 157 provides an individual income tax subtraction for any income of a taxpayer engaged in the business of farming as defined under federal law attributable to the sale of barley, …More
What’s your current position at your brewery, and how did you get started in the craft brewing industry? Currently, I am the head brewer at Pedernales Brewing Co. [in Fredericksburg, Texas]. I began working at a …More
Senate Bill 157 provides an individual income tax subtraction for any income of a taxpayer engaged in the business of farming as defined under federal law attributable to the sale of barley, hops, or wheat …More
By Audra Gaiziunas In the Jan/Feb 2016 issue of The New Brewer, I summarized five distinct strategies brewpubs could pursue to not only survive, but also thrive as our industry continues to grow. In order to provide …More
Predictions: Everyone loves them, especially because sometimes they turn out to be right! If I was a betting woman, I’d put my money on predictions from those most closely connected to today’s small brewers. Call …More
As long as the Brewers Association (BA) has been conducting the Annual Hop Usage Survey, the Cascade hop variety has occupied the top spot as the most widely used hop by U.S. craft brewers. Clearly …More
The BA Individual membership is perfect for students, libraries and members of the media looking for more information about the industry. This membership class is not intended for individuals working within the craft beer industry (or in …More
Starting your own craft brewery takes more than heart. The Brewers Association has the educational resources and networking opportunities you need to start and operate a successful, quality oriented packaging brewery or brewpub. Join Now Benefits Government Affairs Tax …More
The Brewers Association connects you with the brewing community—and a large network of craft beer enthusiasts—to help your company succeed. Join us to engage with your core customers and industry partners—the thousands of owners, CEOs, …More
Brewers Association membership is your means to access the entire industry, expand your network and build relationships with decision makers. BA membership gives your company favorable-basis access to information and business opportunities in the craft …More
The Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights heard testimony on Tuesday, regarding the proposed merger of Anheuser-Busch InBev and SAB Miller. After the December 8 hearing, Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont …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
One of the most frequent questions I get, from brewers and media alike, is what’s the next IPA? In case you’ve spent the last decade on an arctic expedition looking for lost beer, IPAs are …More
Understanding the state of the hop market and the implications of growing and sourcing sustainably produced hops is an important part of sustainability for breweries. A panel of experts will discuss these issues.
In this seminar, Ruth Martin discusses how raw materials such as malt, sugars and hops can introduce trace metals and other minerals into wort and beer. She will also cover the impact of trace metals …More
Effective dry hopping depends on the quality of the hops used as well as the pelleting process and what occurs during storage and dry hopping. We will discuss lessons learned about hop pellet attributes that …More
The development, high-quality and consistency of aroma and flavor imparted by hops are critical aspects of brewing high quality beer. Two global experts on hops pathology and chemistry will take turns discussing current knowledge and …More
The Brewers Association (BA) is pleased to announce that proposals for funding 2016 research are now being accepted. Applications are being collected online until July 31, 2015 An overview document is also available that walks applicants through the online form, and allows …More
In our annual Technical Brewing issue of The New Brewer, we take a look at some hot topics in brewing, including barrel aging and kettle souring. We also provide coverage and photos of the BA …More
Chris Swersey, Brewers Association Technical Brewing Projects Manager, provided additional input and writing for this article. Since American beer lovers apparently can’t get enough hops (IPAs are up another 42% YTD in scan data), one of the …More
Welcome to “craft update.” The goal of this post (and future iterations) is to provide more timely updates of the craft beer industry along the lines of the State of the Industry presentation Paul Gatza …More
Dr. Thomas Shellhammer is the newest member of the Brewers Association (BA) quality subcommittee. Dr. Shellhammer is the Nor’Wester Professor of Fermentation Science at Oregon State University as well as current president of the American Society …More
The current growth trends in the craft beer market – more brewers, more market share, and more hoppy beers – have led some in the industry to worry about the hop supply in the future. …More
Nearly two decades ago, long before the harmonious partnership of beer at the dinner table was recognized, Nat Collins and Bill Woodring decided they wanted to host a beer and food festival. Bill recalls, “It …More
What’s your current position at your brewery, and how did you get started in the craft brewing industry? I’m the owner/head brewer [of Wild Ride Brewing in Redmond, Ore.]. After being exposed to the craft brewing …More
What’s your current position at your brewery, and how did you get started in the craft brewing industry? I’m the founding brewmaster at Parkway Brewing Co. in Salem, Va. Like a lot of folks in this …More
The future of craft brewing continues to look bright, and right now the craft brewing industry has its eyes on the prize: 20 percent market share by 2020. This “Future of Craft Brewing” issue of …More
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced final guidance regarding the labeling of beers made without malted barley or without hops, which fall under FDA jurisdiction.
Boulder, CO • December 16, 2014 – Brewers often call malt the soul of beer. In the fourth installation in Brewers Publications’ Brewing Elements series, Malt: A Practical Guide from Field to Brewhouse delves into …More
The fall harvest season recently wrapped up, which means it’s time for our annual Raw Materials issue of The New Brewer (November/December 2014). The timing of this issue is always tricky, as our copy deadlines …More
Unless you have been on Mars for the last few days, in a cave, with your eyes shut and your fingers in your ears, you have probably heard that 10 Barrel Brewing Co. has been …More
The panel discusses the underlying economic factors that impact future availability and pricing of malt, hops, glass and paper.
We all rely on high quality hops and barley to make our delicious brews, but what goes into growing those crops? What inputs are required to grow essential ingredients? Learn about the hurdles and successes …More
Julia Herz, Brewers Association Craft Beer Program Director, recently published article in the Sept./Oct 2014 issues of The New Brewer arms brewers with knowledge on how to speak to the health benefits of beer. Attention Brewery …More
What’s your current position at your brewery, and how did you get started in the craft brewing industry? I am co-founder, president, and brewmaster [at Ale Asylum in Madison, Wis.] I began my love affair with …More
What’s your current position at your brewery, and how did you get started in the craft brewing industry? I handle 100 percent of brewery operations at Utah’s smallest craft brewery (Avenues Proper Restaurant & Publick House …More
The following links for hop resources include hop acreage, hop production and other statistical reports. Reports Hop Growers of America Annual Statistical Reports – An annual HGA report detailing past year hop production by state, acreage, pounds …More
WSU School of Economic Sciences Hop Grower Tool The tool includes a complete report detailing the underlying economic assumptions, an abbreviated summary report for growers, and working spreadsheets that growers can use to input production cost …More
Since the 2007-2008 hop shortage, the Brewers Association has encouraged brewers to develop stronger relationships with their hop merchants and hop growers. A business relationship can be significantly strengthened with a handshake and personal contact. …More
The craft beer story du jour is about how America’s insatiable love of IPAs and the craft brewers who brew them is driving up the price of hops. Now, I have no issue with the idea …More
Discussion Boards Topics Posts Freshness Sustainability General Sustainability (20, 7), Energy (1, 0), Solid Waste (7, 15), Water & Wastewater (12, 23) 40 85 3 weeks, 3 days ago Safety 5 6 1 week, 1 day ago Brewery in Planning 382 2,176 8 hours, 13 minutes ago Guilds 40 125 1 month, 2 weeks ago Brewery …More
The Hop Quality Group presents some of the recent findings and provides an on-the-ground update on the changes occurring with hops for craft brewers.
Co-founder and brewmaster of Victory Brewing Company Ron Barchet focuses on the qualities German hops contribute to American craft beer and the emerging trends involving these hops. Tasting samples courtesy of the German Hop Growers …More
Bruce discusses the use of ingredients other than hops in craft beer.
Warm and flat is where it’s at.” So said my friend Erik Jefferts back in 1996 when he was head brewer at Phantom Canyon Brewing Co. in Colorado Springs. He was right, of course, but …More
Food is a culmination of different ingredients (fruit, vegetables, dairy, proteins, herbs, and spices) mixed with acid, fat, or liquid, served raw or cooked in liquid, or over fire, heat, or smoke. The skillful manipulation …More
By: Tom Dargen, Director of Brewing Operations, Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurants/CraftWorks Restaurants and Breweries Inc. For as long as there have been restaurants—probably the world’s second oldest profession—there has been occasional conflict between the “back of the …More
Bob Pease, COO Brewers Association was interviewed for the Winter issue of the Chinese Hops Magazine. The article is titled “A Passionate Voice for Craft Brewers” discusses American craft beer in China. The English and …More
Updates to the BA's Purpose and Craft Brewer Definition bring alignment between craft and small brewer designations.
With the publication of the 2013 Stewardship Report, the Brewers Association is highlighting some particular areas of interest regarding the organization's endeavors and accomplishments on behalf of members in 2013.
With the publication of the 2013 Stewardship Report, the Brewers Association is highlighting some particular areas of interest regarding the organization's endeavors and accomplishments on behalf of members in 2013.
Co-founder and CEO at Paradox Brewery in Schroon Lake, N.Y.
BA staff members Acacia Coast and Chuck Skypeck recently traveled to Kalamazoo for the Michigan Brewers Guild Winter Conference. Acacia provides an update on the trip.
Although the category has been increasing in popularity for years, based on IRI Group data through 12/1/13, it appears that 2013 will be the year that IPAs are the most popular craft beer category in the off-premise channel.
Founding brewmaster at Worthy Brewing Co. in Bend, Ore.
Brewers Publications is pleased to announce the release of Water: A Comprehensive Guide for Brewers, by John Palmer and Colin Kaminski, which will help brewers who have long been flummoxed by the liquid's complex chemistry.
Co-owner/head brewer at Laughing Sun Brewing Co. in Bismarck, N.D.
Owner/brewer of The Beer'd Brewing Co. in Stonington, Conn.
The Brewers Association's Export Development Program is planning to participate in the 17th International Berlin Beer Festival in Germany.
Owner and brewer at Purple Healer Brewing Co. in Danville, Pa.
To honor National Homebrew Day on May 7, the American Homebrewers Association (AHA) celebrates
March/April 2013 Online Extra by Greg Kitsock
Founder, CEO, and head brewer at Mystery Brewing Co. in Hillsborough, N.C.
Owners of Wild Woods Brewery in Boulder, Colo.
Owner and brewmaster at Newburgh Brewing Co. in New York.
Using regional statistics on gross profit, this article by Todd Stevenson of Lagunitas establishes that craft is under-spaced and retailers should strongly resist moving craft brands to the warm shelf.
Owner/brewer at Selkirk Abbey in Post Falls, Idaho.
Brewers Publications tapped beer and homebrewing expert Stan Hieronymus to author For the Love of Hops: The Practical Guide to Aroma, Bitterness and the Culture of Hops.
21 American craft breweries, all members of the Brewers Association's Export Development Program, won 35 awards in 22 different categories at The European Beer Star awards, one of the most recognized beer competitions in the world.
Author Stan Hieronymus expertly explains the nature of hops, their origins, and how brewers maximize their positive attributes throughout the brewing process.
In 2013, SAVOR will be held on June 14 and 15 at the Metropolitan Pavilion and adjoining Altman Building in Manhattan.
Owner and head brewer at Headwaters Brewing Co. in Waynesville, N.C.
Scott Metzger of Freetail Brewing Co in San Antonio, TX offers advise on how to "Establishing an effective beer costing program in the Brewpub".
Owner and brewmaster at Brevard Brewing Co. in North Carolina.
The 2012 Great American Beer Festival competition awarded 254 medals to some of the best commercial breweries in the United States.
Brewer at Buckeye Lake Brewery in Buckeye Lake, Ohio.
India Pale Ales have become the most popular craft beer style, and August is the month we celebrate IPA Day, a grassroots celebration of this delightful style.
July/August 2012 Online Extra by Jill Redding
Christian Quinlivan is owner of Liquid Hero in York, Pa.
A record number of 16,445 votes were tallied in Zymurgy magazine's "Best Commerical Beers in America" Poll, and the message is loud and clear: American Homebrewers Association members love hoppy beers!
A second World Beer Cup awards presentation and dinner takes place at the German National Museum in N
David Gonzalez is the pub brewer for Foothills Brewing in Winston-Salem, N.C.
Governor McDonnell signs two pieces of legislation that help craft breweries and enhance the local economy.
Will Johnston is the head brewer and brewery manager at 4 Hands Brewing Company.
The Brewers Association announces its support for the retention of funding as a separate line item for the IR-4 Minor Crop Project.
In 2011, craft brewers represented 5.68 percent of volume of the U.S. beer market, up from 4.97 in 2010, with production reaching 11,468,152 barrels.
Steve Bradt is head brewer at Free State Brewing Co. in Lawrence, Kansas.
Freelance writer Christian DeBenedetti shares what it would mean for America's 1,900+ small and independent craft breweries if the proposed federal excise tax reduction is passed in "Give Economy Hops With Microbrew Tax Cut."
Urs Riner is head brewer/yeast whisperer at Mother Road Brewing in Flagstaff, Ariz.
Stouts are showing a significant increase in retail pricing, which means that imperial stouts and barrel aged stouts are emerging in beer drinker choices.
Established brewers guilds effective in reform in Massachusetts and California.
Seth Gross is owner of Bull City Burger and Brewery in Durham, N.C.
Kimberlee Ruben is the PR and social media guru at Fort Collins Brewery in Colorado.
25,000+ Circulation 37,500+ Readership 30 Countries Delivered Tap into the lucrative craft brewing industry by advertising in America’s premier professional brewing magazine, The New Brewer®. Over 37,500 brewing industry professionals read The New Brewer. Packed with brewing techniques, business and marketing issues …More
India pale ales continue to gain in share among craft brewed beer styles from America's craft brewers.
Lindsey Miller is a brewer at Baying Hound Aleworks in Maryland.
Derek Luke is brewmaster and owner of Coastal Extreme Brewing Co. in Rhode Island.
Chris Collier is head brewer and owner of Nantahala Brewing Co. in North Carolina.
Anesthesiologist-turned-brewer Rick Sobotka recently opened Great South Bay Brewing Co.
Brett Tate started Dust Bowl Brewing Co. in May 2009.
Evan Klein recently opened Barrier Brewing Co. in Oceanside, N.Y.
Mitch LaGoy is the head brewer at Rohrbach brewpub in Rochester, N.Y.
Senator Ron Wyden Meets with members of the beer industry about S.3339. The Senator is a co-sponsor to the proposed small brewers excise tax reduction bill.
Oregon Senator Ron Wyden stopped by Ninkasi Brewing and spoke with brewers and hop farmers promoting S. 3339. The bill would help to create jobs in and around the states rich craft beer industry.
Alex Ganum is head brewer and owner of Upright Brewing.
Larry Chase is the new brewer at Standing Stone Brewing Co.
Co-founder Bill Graham is amping up the energy at Ska Brewing Co.
Jeremy Cowan is enjoying life as leader of the Shmaltz tribe.
Neil Witte, Boulevard's Field Quality Manager, has a job that was tailor-made for him.
The Brewers Association board of directors has several standing committees that work with members and staff to focus in specific areas to help achieve association goals.