Justin Kendall

Justin Kendall

Assistant Editor, Brewbound

Justin Kendall is the assistant editor of Brewbound.com.

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Uinta Brewing Company Eyes 100,000 Barrels

Uinta Brewing Company Eyes 100,000 Barrels

Salt Lake City’s Uinta Brewing Company is headed for a milestone moment as the brewery looks to eclipse the 100,000 barrel threshold this year.

Retail Execs Discuss Brewery Taprooms, On-Premise Trends at Brewbound Session

Retail Execs Discuss Brewery Taprooms, On-Premise Trends at Brewbound Session

Despite the growth in “own-premise” sales, executives from prominent beer-centric retail chains Yard House, Old Chicago (Craftworks Restaurants & Breweries) and World of Beer told a room of industry professionals attending last Thursday’s Brewbound Session that the increasing amount of beer flowing through brewery taprooms wasn’t yet a major concern.

Brewbound, Nielsen Study Reveals ‘Independence’ Matters

Brewbound, Nielsen Study Reveals ‘Independence’ Matters

Independence matters to craft beer drinkers. During Thursday morning’s New York version of the Brewbound Session, Nielsen senior vice president of beverage alcohol practice Danny Brager and associate client manager Caitlyn Battaglia revealed the findings of a new 2,000-person Harris Poll survey co-developed by Brewbound and Nielsen examining whether 29 popular buzzwords used to market beer are resonating with regular craft beer drinkers.

Coronado Brewing Co. Using Coasters with Thinfilm’s Technology

Thin Film Electronics ASA, a global leader in NFC (near field communication) mobile marketing and smart product solutions, kicked off a collaboration with Coronado Brewing Co. by distributing innovative coasters that engaged the craft brewer’s consumers with the simple tap of a smartphone.

Craft Beverage Modernization Bill Adds 218th House Co-Sponsor

Craft Beverage Modernization Bill Adds 218th House Co-Sponsor

The Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act (CBMTRA) now has a majority of support in the U.S. House of Representatives, with the addition of North Carolina Rep. David Rouzer as the legislation’s 218th co-sponsor.