Live Video Stream of Brew Talks San Francisco Announced
Brewbound.com is pleased to announce live video streaming Brew Talks San Francisco, a FREE traveling meetup series for craft beer industry professionals.
The event, which will be hosted at Speakeasy Ales & Lagers on Wednesday, Sept. 11, will feature two discussions of issues directly related to the business of craft beer.
Brewbound.com editor Chris Furnari will sit down with Tom McCormick, the executive director of the California Craft Brewers Association (CCBA), to discuss important legislative issues facing California’s craft brewers.
McCormick will review the changes to AB 647, California’s ‘growler bill,’ as well as future considerations for additional growler-related policies. He’ll discuss the pros and cons of allowing both on-premise and off-premise retailers to sell to-go containers. Additionally, McCormick will provide a brief preview of the bills that the CCBA is considering sponsoring in 2014.
A second discussion, on the strategies behind new package introductions, will feature three Bay Area-based craft brewers.
Sponsored by Owens-Illinois, Brew Talks will be held at Speakeasy Ales & Lagers, located at 1195 Evans Ave. in San Francisco. The free event will begin at 5 p.m. PST. Those interested in attending are encouraged to pre-register on Eventbrite.com.
To learn more about the Brew Talks and to attend, please visit: http://www.brewbound.com/brewtalks
The Brew Talks event series provides beer industry professionals with an intimate opportunity to network and discuss the business of craft in beer-friendly locales. Prior discussions have focused on selling craft beer in key markets, the decision-making process behind brewery expansions and the challenges of earning local tap handles. All Brew Talks events are broadcasted globally via a free live stream for those unable to attend.
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