Beer festivals are an excellent way to promote your brand, gain exposure and create ongoing relationships with customers. So why do breweries wait for someone else to do this for them? Our panelists have been …More
Three brewers explain the process of kettle souring with lactobacillus.
This seminar will be a presentation of the new version of the Draught Beer Quality Manual written specifically for draught beer retailers.
Craft beer attorney Candace L. Moon covers basic business law, leases/contracts, trademarks, licensing and basic employment law.
This seminar is presented to raise awareness of employment issues facing the brewing industry and to provide some helpful tips on how to address these items up front in an effort to avoid costly legal …More
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.
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.