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
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
A panel of brewery importers and an educator discuss their perceptions of export opportunities and challenges when selling U.S. craft beer in Germany.
A discussion of export opportunities in Taiwan. This seminar is a must-attend for any company that is currently in the market or contemplating business in Taiwan.
Before your beer is enjoyed around the world, it has to get there. Join us for a door-to-door overview of international shipping and a Q&A session.
In this seminar you will learn ways to manage your business and get the most out of your financial information using the balance sheet and income statement as tools. Topics include best practices benchmarking, complex …More
This seminar will focus on the processes and procedures by which small brewer interests and state guilds can successfully tackle legislative issues. While those issues might differ from state to state, this discussion will cover …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 continued its dizzying double-digit growth for the fifth year in a row in 2014. While the segment‚Äôs growth remained robust, some clouds became more evident as craft kept climbing. A number of deals to …More
Learn how to hire, train and manage craft beer salespeople for success. We’ll walk through each area and give you real world tactics you can put to use immediately to help drive profitable sales volume.