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From Sneaker Shops to Yarn Swaps: Making Community Partnerships to Cultivate Diversity

Independent brewers everywhere are committing to diversity and inclusion as a means of bringing new ideas and talent into their workforce, clarifying the values of their brand, and growing their reach and customer base. But the question, “where do we …Read More

Hop Contracting is So Yesterday – NOT

Hop contracting remains the single tool allowing craft brewers of all sizes to ensure access to the hop varieties they cherish for their beer brands. Hop growers will only produce the hops you need until you ask them to do …Read More

Leveraging Your Brewers Association Resources

Ever wonder what you’re getting from your membership dues? Moderated by Brewers Association membership coordinator, Sarah Billiu, with panelists Graham Rausch, Damon Scott, and Jay Wood, this seminar will introduce new and old members alike to the wide world of …Read More

Rock Star Brewers: Adding Value Beyond the Brewery

Brewpub and taproom brewers have different responsibilities compared to production brewers. What value besides making beer are brewers contributing to your on-premise brewery? Could they be doing more? Join Chris LaPierre and Larry Chase to learn why brewers need to …Read More

Selling More Beer through Distributors

In today’s hyper-competitive marketplace, getting your products in front of retailers and customers has never been more important. A panel of beer distributors from across the country will discuss the go-to-market strategies that work and those that do not in …Read More

Should You Stay or Should You Go

There are so many breweries that want to expand their footprint and sell beer in a new territory. The question for all of them is – have they set their team up for success outside of the home market? There …Read More

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