VANCOUVER, BC – B.C. Beer Blog reports that BC Business Magazine – in partnership with Kwantlen Polytechnic University and Vancouver Craft Beer Week – is presenting a networking event for those interested in exploring opportunities in British Columbia’s rapidly expanding craft brewing industry.
The Business of Craft Beer is a four hour session that B.C. Beer Blog summarizes as follows:
Starting with with a keynote address by Jamie Floyd from Eugene’s Ninkasi Brewing, there will be a premiere screening of Jeremy Dyson’s Brew Love, a new mini-documentary featuring BC’s love affair with craft beer. This will be followed by two discussion panels moderated by Joe Wiebe, author of Craft Beer Revolution: The Insider’s Guide to B.C. Breweries. Bomber Brewing’s Don Farion, Mike Tod of Parallel 49 Brewing, and Jim Dodds from Red Truck Beer will discuss Opening a Brewery in BC. Adam Mills from Four Winds Brewing, Ian McKay of Driftwood Brewery, and Central City’s Tim Barnes will then talk about Marketing & Selling Craft Beer.
Tickets for The Business of Craft Beer are $75, and can be reserved online.