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Achieving Great Safety and Sustainability on a Shoestring Budget

There is a myth that safety and sustainability initiatives are expensive and that benefits gained are only theoretical. In this presentation, Brewers Association ambassadors Matt Stinchfield (safety) and Matt Gacioch (sustainability), share plenty of myth-busting solutions. They start with down-to-earth …Read More


The Effect of Waste Side-Streaming on Brewery Effluent Strength

Join us as we discuss our journey to achieve wastewater compliance with our local Publicly Owned Treatment Work (POTW). Efforts to be discussed include: installation of a new wastewater pretreatment system onsite (including automated pH adjuster and screw press solid …Read More


Tools and Tips for Conducting Energy Treasure Hunts

Energy treasure hunts are an effective means of engaging employees to find energy saving opportunities and to sustain change. Attendees of this seminar will learn the steps to conducting an energy treasure hunt, tips and tools for finding low cost …Read More


The New Ag Kids: Starting a Farm Brewery in the Farmhouse Brewing Era

In this panel, owners of rural breweries will share their experiences in opening and operating production breweries and tasting rooms on agricultural land. Farmers have been brewers since, likely, there were farms, but modern brewing has largely been an industrial …Read More


Sustainability 101 and a Success Story: Cashing In on Resource Efficiency!

Discover the most common sustainability best management practices for craft brewers, along with the biggest resource optimization opportunities that your brewery should be cashing in on! Join Kaitlin Urso, small business environmental consultant for the Colorado Department of Public Health …Read More

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