Presentations

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Budgeting and Managing Brewhouse Raw Materials

Outside of salaries, brewhouse materials are the most expensive cost associated with making beer. Recognizing the cost drivers in the brewhouse is important to having a complete understanding of your brewery’s profitability. This presentation will …More

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Understanding Recalls Panel

The craft brewing industry saw public recalls and market withdrawals in the last year. This panel will discuss what constitutes a recall, when one is required or suggested, as well as best practices for planning …More

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A Conversation with TTB’s Administrator John Manfreda

As someone who has worked on issues affecting the alcohol and tobacco industries’ regulatory requirements for more than for 40 years, Mr. Manfreda has a keen understanding of how the work TTB does directly affects …More

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Building Your Brand in a New Market

Industry expert Andy Tysler will walk brewers through Deschutes Brewery’s process of opening a new market and growing its brands within that market.

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How We Grew While Maintaining Our Culture

In this panel discussion, Scott Newman-Bale of Shorts Brewing Company, Brad Dahlhofer of B. Nektar Meadery, Dennis Kramer-Wine of Rhinegeist Brewery, and Adam Benner of Land Grant Brewing Company will be joined by moderator Joe …More

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Unintended Over-Attenuation from Dry Hopping Beers

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

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A Practical Perspective on Foraged and Agriculturally Based Beers

Three industry experts will discuss their respective approaches, techniques, and lessons learned regarding foraged beers and others brewed with locally cultivated ingredients. The panel will be moderated by author Stan Hieronymus (Brewing Local: American-Grown Beer) …More

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