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Watch Brewbound Frontlines: Border X Owners Discuss Mujeres Brew House Plans; Heavy Seas CEO Dan Kopman Looks Back at the Past Four Months in Beer

Watch Brewbound Frontlines: Border X Owners Discuss Mujeres Brew House Plans; Heavy Seas CEO Dan Kopman Looks Back at the Past Four Months in Beer

On this week’s Brewbound Frontlines, David and Carmen Favela, the co-owners of San Diego-based Border X Brewing, discuss their collaboration with the Mujeres Brew Club on a new taproom project aimed at empowering female brewers. Heavy Seas Beer CEO Dan Kopman also joins the panel to look at the state of the industry nearly four months into the COVID-19 crisis.

Brewbound Frontlines: Border X Owners Discuss Mujeres Brew House Plans; Heavy Seas CEO Dan Kopman Looks Back at the Past Four Months in Beer

Brewbound Frontlines: Border X Owners Discuss Mujeres Brew House Plans; Heavy Seas CEO Dan Kopman Looks Back at the Past Four Months in Beer

On this week’s episode of Brewbound Frontlines, David and Carmen Favela, the co-owners of San Diego-based Border X Brewing, will discuss their collaboration with the Mujeres Brew Club on a new taproom project aimed at empowering female brewers. Heavy Seas Beer CEO Dan Kopman joins the panel to discuss the state of the industry nearly four months into the COVID-19 crisis.

Can Inventory Running Low Nationwide; Ball Corporation Plans to Build Two Plants

Can Inventory Running Low Nationwide; Ball Corporation Plans to Build Two Plants

Can inventory nationwide has tightened, due to the seismic shift in beer sales from on-premise draft to off-premise package since the COVID-19 pandemic began. “Sixteen ounce cans are going to be a problem this summer,” David Racino, co-founder and CEO of Austin, Texas-based American Canning, told Brewbound.

Dichello Distributors Files Lawsuit Against Anheuser-Busch Alleging Conspiracy to Force Sale

Dichello Distributors Files Lawsuit Against Anheuser-Busch Alleging Conspiracy to Force Sale

New Haven, Connecticut-based Dichello Distributors is suing Anheuser-Busch, claiming A-B “engaged in an ongoing conspiracy” with Sal DiBetta, a former employee who later worked as CEO of the wholesaler between 2013 and 2016, as well as “other unnamed parties,” to “undermine” Dichello and force president John Hall’s family to sell the business to A-B, according to a complaint filed on June 17 in the Connecticut Superior Court.