Business of Craft Beer
Craft brewing fans are lacing up sneakers that are inspired by some of their favorite craft beers.
Craft brewers are dipping their toes into the fashion industry with some unique collaborations that go way beyond the standard beer logo t-shirt.
By Jon Reynolds Michelle Forster is the Executive Director of the Wyoming Brewers Guild and the facilitator in UVM’s Business of Craft Beer Professional Certificate Program. She brings a unique perspective to UVM’s craft beer program as she draws on experience and insights from the 25 active craft breweries in Wyoming. We recently caught up with Michelle to […]
Craft brewing business experts Mike Gerhart and Mike Kallenberger share their top trends for 2022 in craft brewing.
From nonprofit operations to a career in brewing, UVM Business of Craft Beer Program alumni Kate Conway explains how she made the career switch to craft beer.
#FacultyFeature: Business of Craft Beer Instructor Mike Gerhart on Current Trends and COVID-19 Recovery
UVM Business of Craft Beer Certificate Program Instructor and Expert Brewer Mike Gerhart Talks Pandemic Recovery for the Craft Brewing Industry.
Audra Gaiziunas remembers taking a beer tasting trip to the Pacific Northwest and researching how breweries cost out beer. “Almost 9 out of 10 couldn’t tell me how much one bottle or one pint of beer cost,” she says. “It opened my eyes, and I realized that maybe we’re not thinking about this on a […]
At Rek’-Lis Brewing Company, Julianne Walshaw has served many roles, including server, bartender, and assistant manager. She’s now the New Hampshire brewery’s sales and distribution manager. While she is passionate about craft beer, the Bethlehem, N.H., resident knew she wanted to learn more about the business side of brewing. “I just started Googling craft beer […]
Heather Kraemer is brewing beer with lemon balm and basil grown in her garden. In the future, she hopes to add fruit, perennials, and wild edibles to the mix. Ultimately, she plans to operate a farm-based brewery in Vermont’s Champlain Islands. Kraemer, who completed the UVM Farmer Training Program in 2018, moved from Alaska to […]
After two years of planning, securing $3.2 million in funding, construction nearly completed and ten employees hired, Chris Kessler was hoping to see his Black Flannel Brewery and Distillery open in Essex, Vermont, on May 1st of this year. Then, of course, COVID-19 struck. “We were about 85% done, so we had to make […]