Featuring veteran insights from brewers, beer distributors and retailers, Brewbound Session Winter 2013 proved to be a valuable learning experience for craft brewery owners, entrepreneurs and sales executives. Video presentations from the conference are now available on BevNET Food and Beverage University (BevNETFBU.com), BevNET.com Inc.’s on-demand, video-based learning site.
While innovation of beer styles has proven to be an effective method of differentiation (just ask Wynkoop), the intentions and business models shared at the Brewbound Session affirmed that brewery executives with large-scale ambitions recognize their roles as not just liquid vendors, but also as message diplomats and entertainment hubs.
Brewbound.com is pleased to announce the return of live video streaming of its semi-annual Brewbound Session business conference. A video broadcast of the event, taking place at the Paradise Point Resort & Spa Hotel in San Diego, Calif. between 8:00 a.m. PST and 5:30 p.m. PST on December 5 can be accessed by visiting http://www.brewbound.com/livestream.
The beer sampling began early (8 A.M.) at the December 5 Brewbound Session in San Diego, when a panel of judges tasted products and heard elevator pitches from 10 different startup craft brewery owners. Sponsored by Craft Brew Alliance, the first installment of the Startup Brewery Challenge gave the companies the opportunity to showcase their brands and business plans.
For a craft brewery to succeed today, it must produce high quality, consistent and well-differentiated beers, according to Sam Calagione, founder of Dogfish Head, who gave the keynote address at today’s Brewbound Session in San Diego, CA.
With Brewbound Session less than 3 days away, there are only 20 tickets still available. In addition, we’ve updated the agenda for Brewbound Session to include two new additions to our lineup!