Presented in association with VLB. Each step of production has influence on the yield and on the quality of the final product. In part two of this seminar, Burghard Meyer will discuss the main influences …More
This panel of beer and food experts will present their concepts and discuss the challenges and opportunities of shifting the brewpub concept beyond the average food offerings.
This panel returns to CBC with a fresh lineup. A panel of representatives from brewpubs of various sizes from different regions of the country will provide an open forum for discussion of best practices.
The traditional beer dinner format has grown stale and unexciting. This seminar looks at a variety of ways to inject fresh life and excitement into beer dinners and food pairings.
This seminar is designed for brewery owners, managers, employees and anyone with a desire to own a brewery or brewpub and will address some of the legal issues those in the brewing industry commonly face. …More
U.S. craft beers have seen solid growth in Alberta through private retail. Rob Singleton, beer category manager for the retailers Liquor Depot and Wine & Beyond, will speak about the performance of American craft beers …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
In this seminar you’ll find ways to engage and contribute to the needs of the community while reducing local advertising costs.
Understanding the difference between a good market and an average market may be the unique insight that drives your success or makes you stronger in an increasingly competitive craft beer industry. This panel discussion provides …More
Attendees will learn how to anticipate and recognize the hazard of carbon dioxide in various Operations, manage that hazard and apply practical methods of control that can be employed in breweries of all sizes.