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.
This seminar will present and discuss the first edition of the Beer Server Training Manual, which describes strategies and tools for brewpub and brewery owners and managers who perform staff training or would like to …More
Safety expert Tony McCrimmon will present all the steps and documentation required for confined spaces including completed examples of the required paperwork. A space will be addressed in all three forms: non-permit, reclassification of a …More
Presented in association with VLB. In this seminar, Deniz Bilge helps brewers determine which components influence haze stability and how to eliminate them.
This session will explore the case for craft brewer-favorable state legislation. Specific topics will include: franchise law reform, self-distribution for small brewers while preventing vertical integration that threatens competition and retail privileges at brewery locations.
Presented in association with VLB. Colloidal stability and the avoidance of haze are key quality parameters of beer. This seminar explores possible sources of haze in the final product, how these sources can be detected …More
Safety is not a single action. It is a continual process that includes a number of steps that extend beyond OSHA regulations and audits. This seminar is an overview of fundamental safety program components that …More
This seminar will cover ideas for connecting with your community on local issues and communicating your sustainability practices to consumers.
On April 15, a crowd of brewing industry professionals packed the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Portland, Ore. for the annual Craft Brewers Conference General Session. Brewers Association Chief Economist Bart Watson once again joined Director Paul Gatza on …More