Doing QA in a small brewery is a balance of what’s good and what’s good enough. This seminar covers 10 things you really should be doing and how to do them in a cost-effective way.
The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) is responsible for the regulation and taxation of alcohol beverage products for revenue collection and consumer protection purposes. In that capacity, TTB reviews labels and formulas …More
A media interview can have a significant impact on your brand. Why leave such an important opportunity to chance? This interactive session provides strategies and tools to maximize media opportunities for your brand. The media-savvy …More
The nano brewery model is gaining popularity and becoming commonplace in the industry. The question is, can it be done with success and be an effective way to enter the craft beer industry? This seminar …More
There are big differences between making beer for a hobby and making it for public sale. In this seminar, Steve Parkes explores key “going pro” concepts with attendees.
Craft beer attorney Candace L. Moon covers basic business law, leases/contracts, trademarks, licensing and basic employment law.
Over the past several years, raising money through the Internet, also known as crowdfunding, has emerged as a means of raising seed money for start-up breweries across the U.S. Despite its popularity, however, details on …More
This seminar covers the key points to keep in mind when planning the design and build of a brewery or brewpub.
The Brewers Association offers many ways to get the word out about your brewery. This seminar summarizes the BA’s Craft Beer Program and its efforts and projects on behalf of craft brewers. Sit in to …More
The past few years have seen unprecedented growth in the craft beer industry, and a corresponding rise in the number of trademark disputes. Both new and existing breweries have to be careful in adopting and …More