Basics of Packaging [Online Seminar]

Brewers Association members can watch a replay of the Basics of Packaging webinar here.

Join Wild Goose co-founder Alexis Foreman on Wednesday, April 20 for “Basics of Packaging,” an official seminar during CBC Online 2020.

Following the cancellation of the 2020 Craft Brewers Conference in San Antonio, the Brewers Association has arranged CBC Online, a free five-week online seminar series. From April 13 to May 15, CBC Online will offer daily educational webinars. Presented by industry professionals from every field, presentations will cover a range of brewing related topics.

“Basics of Packaging: Tips, Tricks and Techniques to Get Your Product Out the Door” will prepare breweries to implement a profitable and efficient packaging operation. This presentation will help you understand how to organize your packaging process, select equipment, prepare your facility, source packing materials and anticipate hidden costs. Join the free seminar to learn everything you need to package successfully in cans or bottles.

Investing in your first canning or bottling machine? Seeking to maximize your current packaging line’s capabilities? “Basics of Packaging” will help you make the most of your brewing operations and planning.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Determine the best package format(s) for your sales strategy
  • Explore the supplies and equipment you need for smooth operations
  • Discuss quality control methods and dissolved oxygen prevention
  • Establish scale and automation needs that fit your budget and growth plans

Space is limited, so register now to secure your spot.

For more information and the full seminar schedule, visit the CBC Online website.


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