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Sustainability Manual, Part 1

Chris Swersey moderates a panel of sustainability experts who will discuss key points from the sustainability manuals published by the Brewers Association in 2013. Read More

Sustainability Manual, Part 2: Water/Wastewater

A continuation of the discussion of key points from the Brewers Association sustainability manuals and including information on the Clean Water Act, provided by Karen Hobbs of the National Resource Defence Council. Read More

The Past, Present and Future of Malting Barley for Craft Brewers

Craft brewers are seeking out organic malt, malts produced with fewer water and fertilizer inputs, locally produced malts and those with distinctive flavors. Speakers describe the basics of barley growing practices and variety development past, present and future, along with …Read More

Barley Farming

Dan and a panel of farmers and brewers will discuss farm economics and the farm planning cycle. When do farmers decide on growing decisions, GMOs, quality and the impact on pricing from potential loss of support in the farm bill? …Read More

Boulevard’s Waste Initiatives

Jeff and Steve will share some of the successful projects that they have helped develop at Boulevard Brewing Co. The seminar will look at how employee development, an entirely new company and throwing away its dumpster improved the regional brewerÕs …Read More

Natural Resource Management: A Team-Based

Speakers will outline the work of New Belgium Brewing employess to develop a cross-functional, team-oriented approach to manage day-to-day consumption of natural resources. Learn tips and ideas to create your own Natural Resource Management team. Read More

Brew Local! Supporting Local Economies, Farms

Local” and “sustainable” are no longer trendsÑthey are societal shifts. Beer plays an increasingly important role in this evolution. This team will discuss these agents of change Read More

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