As an expert storyteller, Good Beer Hunting founder Michael Kiser has built a reputation — and a career – by helping beverage companies bring their brands to life in ways that resonate with today’s promiscuous consumer.
Having served clients as large as MillerCoors and as small as Solemn Oath Brewing, Kiser has developed a knack for helping brewers find their voice and worked to create compelling communication that builds long-term value brands. Kiser helps small brands get big and big brands become more relevant.
That’s why we’re so excited to announce that Kiser, a craft-focused brand strategist, will speak at the upcoming Brewbound Session being held on June 11 at Moonlight Studios in Chicago.
Kiser specializes in working with breweries to plan and execute their brand-building and marketing initiatives. During his presentation, Kiser will guide Brewbound Session attendees through the principles of effective storytelling and share case studies of craft brands that have turned to him for help finding their voice.
Register for the 2015 Brewbound Session in Chicago TODAY!
The Brewbound Session is a full-day business conference that features inspiring conversations with a variety of brewing, marketing and investment experts. Focused on the business of craft brewing, the Brewbound Session offers an unmatched strategic learning experience for beer industry professionals by combining the best in business information and networking.
About Michael Kiser:
Strategist, writer, and photographer Michael Kiser serves the industry through strategic branding, storytelling, and new product development from his studio in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood. He created Good Beer Hunting as a chronicle in craft beer, documenting the stories behind America’s favorite beverages. Most recently he helped unite craft beer and coffee innovation through his ongoing Uppers & Downers event series in collaboration with Intelligentsia Coffee.
About the Brewbound Session
The Brewbound Session is a business conference addressing the topics that most directly impact the decisions craft brewers are faced with as they look to grow their brands. The event focuses on the business side of craft, offering brewers a unique opportunity to learn from and network with industry experts.