This week’s virtual panel features leaders from Monday Night Brewing, 2nd Shift Brewing, Cinder Block Brewery, and Creature Comforts Brewing, who discuss what’s happening with their businesses as their states begin to reopen.
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This week’s live virtual panel features leaders from the Brewers Association (BA) and the California, New York and Illinois state brewers guilds. The discussion will examine how breweries in those states are operating and how the guilds and the BA are helping during the COVID-19 crisis.
This week’s Brewbound Frontlines panel discussion features Mass. Bay Brewing co-founder and CEO Dan Kenary and Deschutes Brewery founder Gary Fish. These leaders will share how they’re responding to current challenges as well as discuss long-term implications for the beer industry.
In this live streamed panel, founders from Trillium, Other Half and WeldWerks touch on the moves they’re making, what’s working and what’s not, shifts in production, how they’re handling beer releases when consumers can no longer lineup at their breweries, and much more.
As the craft beer industry navigates the complexities the COVID-19 pandemic has wrought on the on-premise channel, Brewbound is gathering leaders to discuss how brewers nationwide are approaching the circumstances. Join us this Thursday, April 16 at 3 p.m. ET for a live streamed virtual panel discussion with leaders from breweries in states where social distancing measures have not yet been put in place by state order.