In this episode, we head to the Craft Brewers Conference and Trade Show in Boston, Massachusetts.  This amazing conference with over 2000 attendees is run by the Brewers Association.  Check out this video from the conference that features Trade Show floor.  This conference was unlike any other we had ever been to.  The most noticeable difference was the amount of great beer available, I mean everywhere!  Beer was available throughout the trade show floor and at the many hospitality events throughout the week.

It was great to catch up with some of the friends we have made during our beer journeys and to have opportunity to make so many new ones.  The most notable facet of this event was the genuine camaraderie amongst the brewers.  They are a community of people willing to share their knowledge and techniques with one another.  It was refreshing that they do not see each other as competition, but as colleagues.  They share a common goal and that is to produce really good beer.

We hope you enjoy this video and stay tuned for a few more fun episodes from our week in Boston, right here on Here for the Beer.

Tags: boston, conference, Craft Brewer

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  1. Melissa Mercado

    love what you guys are doing and the look of the new site. Where can i get this beer can house…and does it come with wheels!? lol

  2. Tim

    Thanks Melissa! Too bad we didn’t see those cans before we got the boring desks for the office years ago… I think a “6 pack” of the cans in the back of the library would have been WAY more fun :)

  3. Wes

    now that looks like a conference i wouldn’t mind being sent to…

  4. Craig

    Makes me excited for the American Craft Beer Fest coming up in June.

  5. Vivek

    OOh – the Tangerine Wheat snuods delish! I think I just found a new reason to go back to Libby’s. Thanks for the tip!

  6. Wadea

    Good inrteview. If I lived in Canada, and not in central Illinois, then undoubtedly I would be reading this more often.

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