Brewbound Frontlines

Learn how beer businesses are adjusting during the COVID-19 crisis and what’s next for the industry.

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Brewbound Frontlines is a live-streamed discussion series with beer industry leaders and watchers on the business adjustments being made during the COVID-19 crisis and the future of the industry. Frontlines is an extension of Brewbound’s leading B2B industry reporting. New episodes stream every other Thursday at 3 p.m. ET on Brewbound.com.

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Brewbound Frontlines: Union Efforts at Craft Breweries

Brewbound Frontlines: Union Efforts at Craft Breweries

Very few of the 8,275 craft breweries in the United States operate with union labor. Efforts by workers to change that have been met with mixed results. This week’s Brewbound Frontlines discusses why few craft breweries employ union labor.

Watch Brewbound Frontlines: Beer Tourism in the Age of COVID-19

Watch Brewbound Frontlines: Beer Tourism in the Age of COVID-19

This week’s edition of Brewbound Frontlines brings together the owners of a pair of breweries that drinkers typically flock to from coast to coast, as well as a tourism company with a division that crafts trips to explore the beer, wine and food of various destinations. Tune into the discussion at 3 p.m. ET on Thursday, September 3.

Watch Brewbound Frontlines: Removing Barriers to Entry to the Beer Industry

Watch Brewbound Frontlines: Removing Barriers to Entry to the Beer Industry

This week on Brewbound Frontlines, our panel discusses efforts companies and organizations are taking to make the craft beer industry more diverse. Brooklyn Brewery brewmaster Garrett Oliver, Tired Hands Brewing co-owner Julie Foster and brewer Christina Alleva, Boston Beer Company director of partnerships Jennifer Glanville and Chula Vista Brewery founder Tim Parker join the discussion.

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.

Watch Brewbound Frontlines: Weathered Souls Discusses Black is Beautiful Collaboration; Buffalo Wild Wings Shares Reopening Plans

Watch Brewbound Frontlines: Weathered Souls Discusses Black is Beautiful Collaboration; Buffalo Wild Wings Shares Reopening Plans

This week’s two-part Brewbound Frontlines livestream features leaders from Weathered Souls Brewing Company, who discusses the Black is Beautiful collaboration initiative, and then, in a separate conversation, Buffalo Wild Wings beverage innovation manager Jason Murphy shares the sports bar chain’s reopening plans and what it means for craft brewers.