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Learn the best ways to jump into creating your own signature beer recipes and understand the keys to developing a specific grain bill, hop schedule, and ingredient proportions to meet your homebrewing

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Designed for intermediate to beginner homebrewers getting into all-grain brewing, this four-hour workshop covers all you need to know to successfully make great homebrews using both traditional and newer all-grain brewing techniques.

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Join Dr. Chris White and Kara Taylor of White Labs on how to master different yeast-related techniques. This four-hour workshop covers culture selection and explore preparing yeast for pitching, what to expect

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Water is a critical brewing ingredient and yet is one of the least understood. John Palmer, who wrote the definitive book on the subject, Water: A Comprehensive Guide for Brewers, will take

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Establishing and following through with a quality control program is key to the success of any craft brewery – no matter what the size of your output. Even the smallest brewery needs

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Join craft brewery financial expert Audra Gaiziunas for four hours to learn the tools to better understand and manage a craft brewery’s money needs. You’ll start the day gaining an understanding of

Browse Featured Nanobrewing Workshops

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Juggling all the various duties of being a small business owner is always challenging, but when one of those responsibilities is also brewing beer in addition to running a business your workday

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Just because a new beer style is popular doesn’t mean there shouldn’t be careful brewing techniques and approaches to making it the best it can be for your thirsty customers. From hazy

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Brewing has always been a blend of science and art. Proper temperatures, mash times, pH levels, and procedures give you control over your brewery that result in a consistent, repeatable process and

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Small-Scale Sour Beer Brewing

Understand how to produce sour and funky beers for your small brewery from a fellow craft brewer and author of the book American Sour Beers, Michael Tonsmeire. You’ll cover wort production, growing

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Many breweries don’t carefully track the costs of their individual beers they brew each batch and as a result often end up incorrectly pricing their beers on assumptions rather than numbers. Some

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You’ve got your great idea and even a business plan, but how are you going to pay for the equipment, location, and materials to get your brewery up and running. Brewery financial

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Kegs, Cans, Growlers, Crowlers, Bottles – there are plenty of packaging options for you to consider as a brewery business. Each packaging option comes with its own lists of pros and cons.

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Starting a business is an exciting process, but it can be a little scary. You can now be liable for new risks you face as brewery owners and operators….which can be financially

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Join Andrew Coplon, the Founder of Secret Hopper, to learn how the little things can make a big difference in your tasting room. Merely suggesting a second beer? A 16 percent increase

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Understanding contract brewing and alternating proprietorship business models in craft brewing.

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Your taproom staff is the frontline of interacting with your end customers. They can easily help or hurt beer sales based on how well they interact with visitors. And ultimately they are

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Each person walking through your taproom doors comes with their own set of expectations regarding their upcoming experience at your brewery. And in the COVID-era those expectations can be raw and sometimes

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Learn what regular maintenance you need be doing – and how often – to take care of your valuable craft brewery equipment.

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Just because you don’t have a big space for your craft brewery doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice not having the tools you need. You just need to get creative with your

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One area of change for homebrewers launching a commercial brewery is working for the first time directly with companies that sell their brewing ingredients and supplies instead of just purchasing the same

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Undertaking any entrepreneurial endeavor can be a daunting task. It can get very complicated when doing so in a highly regulated environment, such as the one that governs the manufacture, distribution, and

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From regulatory compliance to managing human capital, legal risk is present in every brewery every single day. And while your time is better served developing innovative beer recipes and brewing the highest

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With the sheer number of breweries now in business and all those beers being brewed the chances are greater than ever your naming ideas are going to overlap with another brewery. We’ve

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Wondering what could possibly happen to sabotage your brewery business? Thinking you are too small to worry about claims and lawsuits? Think again! Robin Campbell of CedarBrew Insurance will give you real-life

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Learn how to get free PR about your brewery in local media outlets from a veteran beer journalist.