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Human Resource for Non Human Resource People

Once again, Corkie and her panel of human resource professionals from the craft brewing industry share information regarding everything from labor laws to creating a great workplace culture. Read More


What I Learned During My Rookie Year

Jamil leads a panel of recent start-up brewers to discuss some of the trials and battle scars in the models of packaging brewery, alternating proprietorship and contract. Read More

Ramping Up Server Training

When you have a well-trained staff, you will see an increase in profits as they help increase revenue while lowering costs. As someone who was born and raised in the restaurant industry, I learned a valuable lesson very early on while …Read More

Hear, Hear! Shift Meetings for Beer

By: Larry Chase, head brewer at Standing Stone Brewing Co. Knowledge is the queen and king of sales. In other words, the more your staff knows about the beer they are selling, the better they will be at selling it. And that’s …Read More

Our House is a Very, Very Fine House

By: Tom Dargen, Director of Brewing Operations, Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurants/CraftWorks Restaurants and Breweries Inc. For as long as there have been restaurants—probably the world’s second oldest profession—there has been occasional conflict between the “back of the house” where the food is …Read More

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Managing Growth Issue

For the March/April 2012 The New Brewer, we present our Managing Growth issue. In this issue, we take a look at topics such as expansion, contract brewing, scaling back distribution, and craft beer’s economic resilience. We also provide a preview of San Diego as host city of the 2012 Craft Brewers Conference. Read More

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The New Brewer: Craft Brewers Conference Issue

Succession Planning

The bright young men and women who kicked off this grand adventure in their 20s and 30s are reaching the point where it’s time to start thinking about what comes next.

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