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- Schlafly Beer introduces 12-pack of 16-ounce cans for $14.99!
- Hell yes: Registration is now open for the 2018 Craft Brewers Conference and BrewExpo America
- Merry Christmas: Buy equipment before the end of the year, and write it off with Section 179 of the tax code
- Ohio State releases Management of Ohio Winter Malting Barley guide
- Being green is cool: This Kronenbourg 1664 six-pack carton receives impressive Cradle to Cradle certification
- Green Flash strategy for 2018: Focus on core beers, reduce SKUs, open new locations
- How Hopworks Urban Brewery works: We chat about a new grain, being a B Corp and more
- Epic Brewing buys Telegraph Brewing, explains expansion plans
- Birko and Country Malt Group sign distribution agreement
- Bissell Brothers Brewing new location could be opening in a few weeks
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The Craft Brewer’s Conference is just over a month away. If you are thinking about sending beer to DC for one or more of the awesome events taking place that week (and you should), you need to get moving. DC has … Continue reading
This guide walks you through how to complete an OOI through TTB’s Permits Online system. Each of the sections below can be expanded Click the Who must complete an OOI?
We have seen some confusion out there about how to initiate a brewer’s notice application. Here is a quick overview on how to initiate an application: Set up a Permits Online account. Click, “Create a New Application.” Check “I have … Continue reading
Matt Brown makes some great beer, and I am proud to have helped him finally open his own brewery. Coming 10/20/2016. Also, thanks Matt for the really kind testimonial.
According to TTB, “An ‘Alternating proprietorship’ is a term used to describe an arrangement in which two or more people take turns using the physical premises of a brewery.” In such an arrangement, one entity takes on the role as … Continue reading
From trademark disputes to class action claims of “misleading” marketing, lawsuits have become frequent in the beverage industry. More players in the market means more opportunities for disagreements, among companies or companies versus consumers or distributors. And the fast growth of the … Continue reading
Article from Brewbound: What a year for craft litigation. Whether it was an attempt to define “craft beer” or efforts to own IPA, 2015 sure had its fair share of notable legal spats. One of the more memorable cases in … Continue reading