Join Us at the CCBA Spring Conference to Stay Up-To-Date on California Regulations
Do you have questions about California regulations and ensuring compliance at your brewery? Join us at the CCBA Spring Conference in San Diego, May 5-7, and take advantage of our many educational opportunities addressing important state regulations. Don’t forget to register here before early-bird prices end on March 29 and check out some of our key compliance driven seminars below.
2019 CCBA Legislative Update
Challenges, coalitions and changes in the industry all impact policy discussions at the State Capitol. The CCBA’s Government Affairs team is highly engaged throughout the legislative process – speaking with a unified voice on behalf of the California craft brewing industry. Get the rundown on CCBA’s legislative activity during the 2019 session, new laws impacting the alcohol beverage industry, and an overview of what the association expects over the next few years.
ABC 102: Regulatory Updates, Enforcement, Priorities and FAQs
How do you legally brew a beer with a retailer? Can you post about beer on social media? What are all the ways your brewery can donate or fundraiser for a nonprofit? What are the general guidelines for working with licensed retailers? Learn about key ABC regulations as they apply to marketing, social media, licensing, sponsorships and much more.
Environmental Compliance 101: A Comprehensive Introduction to Environmental, Health & Safety Requirements and Compliance Strategies
In this seminar learn more about the environmental compliance issues confronting the craft brewing industry. Participants will receive information regarding various environmental, health, and safety regulatory requirements with a discussion of critical compliance issues, practical potential strategies to address them, and a long-term forecast of the future regulatory climate.
Critical Safety Practices Breweries Usually Screw Up
This session will discuss a handful of the commonly observed safety practices in breweries that are not being done or are incorrectly/inadequately implemented. You may think your brewery has a stellar program, but you will find out that several critical safety and regulatory requirements may be missing the mark.
No matter what information you’re looking for, we have something for you at the CCBA Spring Conference.
Take a look at our full schedule and seminar descriptions on our website here.
Online registration is now open! Don’t forget to register here before early-bird prices end on March 29.
Need a place to stay? Take advantage of our CCBA room block for discounted rates at the Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa on Mission Bay.