CCBA Update on new Laws and Increased Advocacy Efforts in 2020
New laws, new trends and key legislative efforts in 2020 all impact your brewery and business model. Learn more about what’s going on in the coming year at the state Capitol. Contact the CCBA with questions!
CCBA Legislative Update: November 2019
Three bills becoming law on Jan. 1, 2020 will impact your brewery. Learn about the key changes regarding brewing with fruit, registering as a “food processing plant” & giving glassware to retailers. Contact the CCBA with questions!Learn more in this video:
Legislative Update- Oppose AB 860 (Berman)
One bill at the state Capitol this year could dramatically harm the craft brewing industry AND lead to higher priced beer! AB 860 (Berman) is bad for beer lovers, harmful to small businesses and only benefits mega corporations. Learn more about AB 860 in this video:
CCBA Legislative Update- March 2019
Hear from the California Craft Brewers Association about the 2019 legislative session and key issues CCBA is monitoring and sponsoring this year.
CCBA Protects the Life’s Work of Small Biz Owners in the Brewing Industry
Craft beer is a creative community made up of entrepreneurs and small business owners, but craft breweries operate in an industry where big corporations still have most of the power. Hear from Lynne Weaver of Three Weavers Brewing Company in Inglewood, Calif. more about the “American Dream” spirit in the craft brewing and how CCBA has and will continue to be the voice of craft breweries across California.
CCBA helps small breweries succeed as small businesses in California
Hear from Jonathan and Laurie Porter of Smog City Brewing in Torrance, Calif. how they stay involved with their community, support each other and continue to make great beer. The beer industry is a challenging environment where brewery owners not only compete as small businesses but also as small beer manufacturers. CCBA helps small breweries and small businesses succeed across California.
CCBA supports the dream of the small brewery owner in California
Hear from Julian Shrago, co-owner of Beachwood BBQ & Brewing in Long Beach, Calif., how he pursued his dream to run a small business, brew great beer and connect with his local community. For 30 years, CCBA has been supporting craft breweries in the pursuit of their small business dreams across California.