A panel discussion about ready-to-drink cocktails (RTDs), flavored malt beverages (FMBs), and the things you need to know for covering the beverage alcohol industry in 2021.
Learn about the country's changing legal landscape that can help shape your understanding of the industry you cover and story ideas for the future.
Formally: How Beer Became White and What's Next: A Discussion of the Book, "Beer and…
We’ll hear from Ren about working as an educator and advocate in Canada’s beverage alcohol scene and tips on how to effectively talk about diversity and equity, whether as an interviewer or interviewee.
A conversation with Danielle D'Alessandra, executive director of the Illinois Craft Brewers Guild, about diversity, equity, and inclusion, and what it takes for a state guild to act as a legal and political advocate.
As the beer industry picks up the pieces following the revelation of more than a thousand accounts of sexual harassment and assault, toxic workplaces and discrimination, we'll discuss how these issues affect women in the beer industry and how to cover them as writers.
Talk about developing pitches, getting them in front of the right editors, identifying sources, and more.
Can expanded food selections be a part of change to a beer industry working to welcome more drinkers? Join journalist Jen Blair to hear about her reporting on the topic.
What does it take to create America’s largest Latino-based homebrew club? Learn how this group has thrived and blossomed into a mosaic of nearly 250 diverse beer aficionados.
The inside scoop on what it takes to open a new business during a pandemic to shape your understanding and how to talk to businesses that continue to deal with COVID's fallout.
Join us for our 2021 Awards Celebration!
A chat on history, culture, and how we can improve our writing of beer by looking back in time to understand women's fundamental yet forgotten role in brewing.