PRESS RELEASE / October 11, 2023 (Framingham, MA) – The Mass Brewers Guild’s (MBG) Technical Brewing & Business Conference, presented by Allen Craft Beverage Insurance (formerly GHM), will return to Jack’s Abby Craft Lagers in Framingham for a day-long series of workshops and lectures.
Held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., on Monday, Nov. 6, the focus of the day is to learn best practices from industry experts and create meaningful connections with peers within the craft beer industry.
Choose the track that best suits your skillset in the industry – Technical Brewing or Business.
A continental breakfast, lunch, and happy hour is included in the ticket price – Early bird pricing is $150 for members and $200 for non-members, until Oct. 15 a noon, after which, prices will increase to $175 for members and $225 for non-members. If you are unsure of your member status, please reach out to executive director Katie Stinchon at email@example.com.
MBG Con is presented by Allen Craft Beverage insurance (formerly GHM) and also made possible thanks to supporting sponsors Amherst Label, Beverage Processors Group, Bluedrop Water, Boelter, Bowditch, CFT Packaging, Crosby Hops, Cove Risk, EquipNet, Four Star Farms, the Hop Guild, Hopsteiner, InTouch Labels, Jack’s Abby Craft Lagers, JNKidds, Ohanafy, Restaurent, Thielmann, UCD Law, USI and White Labs. These businesses are associate members of the Mass Brewers Guild and help to make our educational programs possible and affordable for member breweries.
View the full workshop line up and purchase tickets by clicking the following link.
We’ve sold out the past two years and strongly recommend getting your tickets early!
Founded in 2007 by a group of committed and passionate brewers, the Mass Brewers Guild, is organized for the purposes of promoting craft brewing and protecting the interests of craft brewers across the Commonwealth. The association is membership based and open to all Massachusetts breweries licensed by the federal Tax and Trade Bureau and the Commonwealth’s Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission. The nonprofit creates a community of brewers while shining light on the broad range of breweries and styles offered throughout state. Through industry and educational events and by providing resources and marketing support to brewers, the nonprofit works to highlight Massachusetts as a top travel destination for craft beer in the U.S. The board also continues its work at the legislative level serving as the voice of craft brewers on Beacon Hill. The Massachusetts Brewers Guild is a 501(c)6 not-for-profit corporation.