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
This session will cover moving past the start-up phase to managing a business for growth and profitability. Learn what key performance metrics to rely on, as well as what they mean and how to hit …More
Craft brewers find success in using dry hopping to create aromatic and flavorful hop-forward beers. This presentation shares results from several studies in the Shellhammer lab at Oregon State University that examined dry hopping and …More
Despite significant improvement over the last 20 years, water consumption and wastewater disposal remain environmental and economic hurdles that directly affect breweries and the brewing process. In this seminar a panel of experts will provide …More
A session for breweries that have picked a wholesaler. Seminar covers next steps and what breweries need to think about to get things rolling.
Ray Daniels shares some of the insights gained by the Cicerone program through years of testing bartenders and beverage managers on their beer knowledge.
Simple ways to make your tap room a “third space” in order to develop regular guests, build a sense of community, instill loyalty and increase sales.
An overview of supply chain theory with emphasis on production planning, forecasting and inventory management. Specific topics include seasonal transition, dunnage management and trucking logistics.
In this seminar, leading beer industry economists Bart Watson and Lester Jones help breweries learn how to find and use industry and government data for demand planning, market planning and business development.
In this panel, brewers from various backgrounds share their experiences conducting mixed culture fermentations in a production brewery setting. Brewers will discuss mixed culture fermentation philosophy, old and new world techniques, and troubleshooting.