Portland State University has recently launched a comprehensive online program on The Business of Craft Brewing through the PSU School of Business. The Business of Craft Brewing program is designed for anyone with an interest in the business side of craft beverages, from grower to glass. The school’s focus is primarily on craft brewing, but they include business models for distilleries and alcoholic cider facilities as well.
Tonight you can join New Belgium Brewing’s CEO, Kim Jordan, and Hopworks Urban Brewery’s Brewmaster and Owner, Christian Ettinger, for a discussion on how to build a socially, environmentally, and economically sustainable business in the crowded craft brewing market. Moderated by Sustainable Business Oregon’s Editor, Andy Giegerich.
The New Brew – Tapping into the Business of Sustainable Beer
Lincoln Performance Hall, room 175, 1620 SW Park, Portland, OR 97201
Monday, October 21, 2013 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
$5 PSU students/faculty/staff, $10 general public
Seating is limited. Purchase your tickets online through the PSU Box Office, or call 503-725-3307.
Hosted by PSU’s Institute for Sustainable Solutions, School of Business Administration, and Sustainable Business Oregon.
CONTACT: Christina Williams, firstname.lastname@example.org, 503-725-9982
This event is part of Portland State of Mind 2013. Here’s a video that features the other events during Portland State of Mind. PSU opens its doors for a community celebration, October 18 – 27, 2013. The fun starts with a downtown scavenger hunt and ends with the annual PSU Day of Service. Check out the complete line up of activities–there is something for everyone. Many events are free, so come join us for some serious fun!