From diversity at CBC to a brewery-led market hall with pet groomers, here are some happenings and announcements from around the industry.
From our upcoming Spring issue of the Brewing Industry Guide, here’s a roundup of some recent news, notes, and announcements from around the industry.
The Heidelberg-based maltster is inviting brewers around the world to brew an altbier with Bestmalz ingredients and enter their competition.
After the purchase by the energy drink maker, the collective that includes Cigar City and Oskar Blues still counts as “craft,” according to the Brewers Association.
The aluminum can manufacturer has agreed to delay until March 1 policy changes that disproportionately affect smaller, independent breweries.
Organized by City Brew Tours, the scholarship supports women from diverse backgrounds who aim to make positive changes to the beer industry. The application deadline is February 1.
Through its Lion subsidiary—the same that bought New Belgium in 2019—Kirin has purchased the Michigan-based craft icon. Founder Larry Bell says, “this was the right time.”
An unusual lot of Idaho Gem hops is helping to directly support breast-cancer patients while raising awareness about the disease.
Breweries worldwide have until November 10 to register for entry into the 2022 World Beer Cup, with beer samples due in March.
Launched by beer professionals, the Safe Bars PACT encourages codes of conduct and training to help prevent gender-based harassment.