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.
A conversation with Jeff Alworth, NAGBW award-winning writer and author, about the research, reporting, and writing it took to create the latest edition of The Beer Bible. Be a part of a Q&A, too!
Hear from Holly Regan about reporting on a story about imposter syndrome, its impact on women in beer, and how three women have worked to overcome it.
Despite a wide range of people, backgrounds, and experiences, just one style of beer, the Mexican Lager, has seemingly been nominated to represent the entirety of Latinx people in America.
Why do distributors matter? How are new kinds of alcoholic products changing business? Learn more about this segment to help you with reporting and an understanding of the industry.
Learn about topics impacting the international beer community to better understand the latest news that our colleagues are covering.
Economist and data expert Michael Uhrich will talk about how you can better understand sales figures and the meaning behind them to help you enhance your reporting.
NAGBW members will gather during the Craft Brewers Conference for conversations and presentations.