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What’s Brewing In Weed: How Cannabis is Changing the Beverage Industry

Cannabis has the beverage world buzzing, but breaking into the space can be daunting. In this seminar, hear candid insights from four cannabis and beer industry leaders and learn how they are navigating regulatory uncertainty, scaling strategies, and preparing for …Read More

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Water: The Ultimate Supply Chain Challenge

Increased temperatures and drought conditions, along with an increasing population, are both an immediate and long-term threat to the supply of high-quality water brewers need to produce their products. Learn how to assess the risks current and potential shortages of …Read More

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Use of Advanced Hop Products for Sustainability, Beer Stream Diversification, and Consistency

This seminar will educate the brewer in the use of advanced hop products, extracts, and distillates to achieve consistent desirable beer bittering and flavor outcomes. We will discuss historical advancements in downstream hop product applications (extracts and beyond) and CO2 …Read More


Your Gateway to Craft Beer in The Netherlands and Europe

The Netherlands is one of the most competitive craft beer markets in the world. If you make it there, you can make it anywhere. In this seminar, Steven van Eendenburg van Oosterhout will give you insights on how to enter …Read More

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We Need to Talk about Your Brewery’s Website

You might be using a social media page as your current website, or maybe it’s like Dunder Mifflin’s corporate website in The Office – “Under Construction. Coming Christmas 2002!” But did you know not having a website that you’re updating …Read More

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