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2020 State of the Craft Brewing Industry

Brewers Association Chief Economist Bart Watson overviews the main statistics and trends in the craft brewing industry in 2019. The talk covers high level trends in craft brewing, similar to the State of the Industry session presented by Bart Watson …Read More

Best Practices for Cash Flow Management

Many brewery owners place their greatest focus on their profit and loss statement, when cash is the ultimate determining factor of whether one’s doors stay open. Too often the cash flow statement is misunderstood and ignored, especially when cash seeps …Read More

Craft Women in Collaboration

What does leadership mean to you? This panel discussion focuses on women in different leadership roles across the industry, the ways in which women support and inspire the craft industry through collaboration, and looks at our definition of the term “leadership” itself. We …Read More

Crafting an Intersection: Cannabis, Beer and Cannabeers

Cannabis is not new to the craft beer industry or consumer, but legal cannabis is. In this session, we will breakdown the legal cannabis landscape, the exploding cannabis beverage (and new cannabeer) market, and uncover the risks and opportunities cannabis …Read More

Diversify Your Business Through Distillation

Join Dave Colt of Sun King Brewery and Distillery, Dan Carey of New Glarus Brewing Co., and Colin Blake of Moonshine University for a panel-style examination of how craft brewers are perfectly positioned to extend their current operations into the …Read More

Employee Ownership Round Table: What an ESOP Can Bring to Your Business

Employee Owners Talk About What an ESOP Brings to Their Beer, Their Business, and Why It’s Essential to Staying Independent With more craft breweries in the United States than ever before, many of which are over a generation old, some …Read More

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