Since 1979, the Brewers Association has provided beer style guidelines as a reference for brewers and beer competition organizers.Read More
Many Italian brewers fell in love with the idea of brewing a dry-hopped Pilsner—thirst-quenching and drinkable yet defined by a decisive flavor and personality.
This panel will include production leadership from some of the nation’s most iconic producers of adjunct stouts, as well as the style’s emerging stars. The panelists will provide a broad discussion of adjunct stout topics, including history, production techniques, and …Read More
This seminar will discuss the challenges and opportunities of brewing with alternative and alternatively modified grains. Today’s haze craze has brewers experimenting with a variety of grains and grain products, such as raw, floured, flaked, torrefied, and malted wheat and …Read More
Brewers often shy away from fruit in clean (non-funky) beers. Fruit can be a major flavor component of beer and open an entirely new creative path. However, certain steps must be taken to ensure positive flavor and aroma attributes, as …Read More
Drinkers are seemingly becoming more health conscious and the products becoming popular in the market are reflecting that trend. With hard seltzers, non-alcoholic, and other low sugar products rising, how can craft beer compete? Traditionally, these products are labelled as …Read More
This panel of craft lager experts will provide attendees with an apples to apples process comparison at key points in lager production on systems ranging from budget-conscious to high tech, manual to automated. Speakers will provide a wide set of …Read More
Learn about the legal and regulatory aspects of and barriers to producing the innovations potentially available to craft brewers. Panelists will discuss the legal underpinnings and regulatory parameters to making hard seltzers, pre-mixed cocktails, low-alcohol wines and ciders, cannabis and …Read More
IPA continues to be the most important style for many brewers, but as category growth slows, understanding what is going on with sales in its subcategories is becoming more important.Read More
This dark, “double” rye brew is ideally suited for the cooler seasons, from autumn to springtime, when it can indeed serve as a satisfying glass of “liquid pumpernickel.”
Adding CBD to beers can provide a more flavorful experience due to flavor-active hemp terpenes, providing an aroma of cannabis to complement the flavors and aromas of the beer.