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2020 TTB Bootcamp: Labeling

The primary purpose of TTB labeling requirements is to make sure consumers get adequate information about what they are purchasing, and are not misled about its age, origin, or identity. To that end, beer labels must include certain information based …Read More

2020 TTB Bootcamp: Formulas

Some beers require TTB formula approval, and in this session you’ll learn how the ingredients and processes you use to make your beer impact whether or not you’ll need it. We’ll cover how to determine if your product requires a …Read More

2020 TTB Bootcamp: Records, Reports, and Returns

The records you keep in your brewery fill a number of important needs. This session covers how brewery records feed into your operational report, tax returns, and tax payments. It also includes some tips on how to avoid problems that …Read More

2020 TTB Bootcamp Introduction

This introductory session kicks off the TTB’s 2020 four-part bootcamp for brewers, a series designed to give both new and established brewers explanations, tips, and reminders on how to stay compliant with TTB regulations. This session covers three topics: An overview …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

TTB Bootcamp

The Brewers Association is partnering with the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) to present this seminar covering the basics of what brewers need to do to comply with TTB requirements. Topics include brewer’s notices, record-keeping, operational reports, …Read More

Legal and Government Affairs Update

Longtime Brewers Association counsel Marc Sorini provides his annual overview of the year’s developments at the intersection of law and craft beer. Topics this year will include: The implications of the Supreme Court’s pending Byrd v. Tennessee Wine and Spirits Retailers …Read More

Check Your Labels – The TTB’s Rules Are About to Change

On November 26, 2019, the TTB published a notice asking for public comments on a comprehensive update to federal beverage alcohol labeling and advertising regulations. The TTB is updating existing regulations and formalizing many unwritten labeling conventions adopted in the …Read More

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