Interested in historical beer styles? Join Peter Bouckaert and other members of the Historical Beer Collective in an interactive discussion addressing raw materials, processes, breweries, and more, all related to historical beer styles. *This is not an official Craft Brewers Conference …Read More
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
Join a panel of expert brewers moderated by “Gose” book author Fal Allen to discuss all things Gose. The panel will discuss the intricacies and history of brewing this very popular style of beer. You will learn the special techniques …Read More
To make traditional Lambic and Gueuze you must brew it in Belgium using traditional methods that have been used for hundreds of years. Many American breweries are respectfully trying to replicate the flavors and aromas found in these beautiful beers, …Read More
The gluten-free beer category is growing! A report released in January 2018 shows the gluten-free beer market growing steadily at a +14% compound annual growth rate through 2022. Join the experts in the gluten-free brewing industry for a panel organized …Read More
Every beer lover has to drive a car or operate machinery now and again. And when they do, instead of sugary sodas or tasteless water, alcohol-free beer can be a great choice. Alcohol-free beers (AFB) have a beer flavor and, …Read More
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requires restaurants with 20 or more locations to include nutritional information for regular menu items, including beer. Details of the ruling can be found in the FDA Menu Labeling Requirements. The Brewers Association (BA), as …Read More
While the volume of French hops may be small, their characteristics are captivating. Strisselspalt, their progenitor, excels in classic noble aromas, perfect for session beers.
To better understand a gose-style beer, it’s important to know about acidity, as explored in this excerpt from Gose: Brewing a Classic German Beer for the Modern Era.
Recent research found that a small subsegment of IPA lovers may well be breaking the mold of what we’ve come to recognize as the typical craft beer drinker