Join us for the 18th annual Beer Industry Summit January 18, 2021 — to be streamed virtually and available on-demand.
The Beer Industry Summit attracts top executives in the domestic, import and craft beer industry. Frequently attended by everyone from distributors to financial analysts, the Summit proves to be the most thought provoking conference in the industry year after year. We cap attendance and have sold out every year, so be sure and register now.
We have execs lined up from: Mike’s, Constellation, Molson Coors, AB, Gallo, Southern Glazers, Geloso, Boston Beer, Diageo, Walmart, Amazon, Cutwater ….. and several more.
Take a look at the agenda so far, in no particular order :
Beer Industry Summit:
–John Shea, new CMO of Mike’s Hard Lemonade, (that took over from Sanjiv, in his first beer industry public appearance).
–Bill Newlands, President and CEO of Constellation Brands (the fastest growing beer company in the U.S. despite inevitable product shortages due to Covid-19).
-Michel Doukeris – CEO of Anheuser-Busch, the largest division of the largest brewer in the world, which is coming out fast and furious with a slew of new products and innovations in 2021.
–Pete Marino, President of Emerging Growth, Molson Coors Beverage Company, (who has introduced more new product partnerships in the last two months than anybody).
–Paul Rene, US Business Director, Geloso Beverages. (The fastest growing malt FMB marketer you’ve never heard of.)
–Jim Koch, Founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors, The Boston Beer Co. (Truly, Twisted ….. His company’s stock price is broaching $1,000 a share — ’nuff said.)
–Sam Calagione, Founder, Dogfish Head Brewing Co. (Once the smallest brewery in the U.S. makes good and is consistently growing.)
–Jason Fremstad, Vice President, Adult Beverage, Walmart. (It’s a retailer based in Arkansas. Not really sure why we invited them — they must be important. Ha, I tease, huge influencer on how bev-alc is sold.)
-Mary Guiver, Global Senior Category Merchant, Beer & Spirits at Whole Foods Market. (High end retailer – in tune with where the market is going. They are also owned by a larger company. Hint: It starts with an A.)
–Patrick Livingston, Principal, Client Insights, Beer, Wine and Spirits, IRI Worldwide. (They have all the numbers, all the numbers in the world.)