Brewing Industry Guide Staff


The CBC Goes Virtual

The Brewers Association unveils a plan to host an online version of the Craft Brewers Conference, featuring a schedule full of free seminars, open to anyone.

Latest BA Survey Results Paint Bleak Picture

Breweries looking at likely closures and layoffs as pandemic continues indefinitely.

Major Stimulus Gains Traction in D.C.: What’s in There for Brewers?

Negotiators have reached a deal on an unprecedented $2 trillion economic stimulus package. It includes many provisions that affect independent breweries and other small businesses struggling amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Craft Brewers Conference Makes Adjustments in Light of Coronavirus

Chinese equipment manufacturers will be scarce at next month's brewing trade show, while attendees from countries with high-risk travel warnings are eligible for full refunds.

Untappd Acquires Long-Running Enthusiast Site BeerAdvocate

Untappd developer Next Glass says it will improve the BeerAdvocate website and support more beer festivals.

Infographic: Social Fatigue

What can social media chatter tell us about beer trends and the market? Here we chart a few metrics.

Retirements Bring Turning Points for Veteran Brewers

Stoudts in Pennsylvania to close, Sprecher in Wisconsin gets new ownership, while Schlafly in Missouri buys a long-running brewpub.

Amid Recalls, Brewers Urged to Scrutinize Their Canning

Greater demand for cans, and wider varieties of beer and canning materials, are leading to greater potential for issues.

Dogfish Head Launches Online Running Club

In time for New Year’s resolutions and Dry January, Delaware brewery announces a “virtual community” for runners.

Congress Approves Extension to Excise Tax Cuts for Brewers

Brewers to enjoy lower excise taxes for at least one more year.