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Beer Marketer’s INSIGHTS Presents


The 25th Annual


November 4-5th in New York City

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Join us for the 25th Annual Beer Insights Seminar on Monday, November 5th, 2018 in NYC. This year, the Seminar will be held at Convene, the state-of-the-art meeting & event venue, conveniently located on W 46th St, between 6th and 7th Avenues, near Rockefeller Center & Times Square.

This year’s 25th anniversary seminar will be an extraordinary beer biz event, celebrating this milestone. It will feature some of the industry's top execs, cutting-edge content, at a state-of-the-art meeting facility. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn more about the beer industry and network with some of the best minds in the biz.

Our top notch line up of speakers so far includes:

Michel Doukeris CEO Anheuser-Busch
Paul Hetterich President, Constellation Brands Beer Division
Jim Koch Chairman, Boston Beer Company
Carlos Laboy Managing Director, Global Beverage Sector Head, HSBC
Caroline Levy Senior Research Analyst, Macquarie
Pete Marino President, Tenth & Blake & Public Affairs &
  Chief Communications Officer, MillerCoors
Jim McGreevy President & CEO, Beer Institute
Nik Modi Managing Director, RBC Capital Markets
Robert Ottenstein Senior Managing Director, Evercore ISI
Bob Pease President & CEO, Brewers Association
Craig Purser President & CEO, National Beer Wholesalers Association
Phil Rosse President, Mike's Hard Lemonade Company
Benj Steinman President, Beer Marketer’s Insights


Anheuser-Busch CEO Michel Doukeris will speak about his first year at the helm, providing insights into how AB changed its approach on his watch to improve results.

Paul Hetterich will discuss Constellation's category-leading growth & the company's plans to build to the next level, with cutting-edge initiatives & innovation.

Jim Koch is the only speaker who also participated in our very 1st Beer Insights Seminar, way back in 1994. In a remarkable turnaround, Boston Beer has returned to strong growth in 2018, following 2 down years, with several new, innovative products.

Pete Marino will engage in a wide-ranging discussion about MillerCoors and Tenth and Blake.

Mike's Hard Lemonade Company President Phil Rosse will discuss reasons for his company's recent rapid growth & broader social/industry trends.

For the 1st time ever, Beer Marketer's INSIGHTS will feature a panel of all three leading trade association executives in our industry. With so much going on in DC & the states between brewers & distributors, you won't want to miss this topical discussion with NBWA's Craig Purser, Beer Institute's Jim McGreevy & Brewers Association's Bob Pease.

Just added: A timely and topical panel of leading Wall Street analysts, moderated by Caroline Levy, including Robert Ottenstein, Nik Modi & Carlos Laboy.

And Beer Marketer's Insights President Benj Steinman will present an overview of the US Beer Industry, identifying trends and shifts in the competitive landscape.

Sign up now for what’s sure to be a jam-packed and insightful day. It will be filled with discussions about competitive dynamics, changing business models, shifts in fundamentals and much, much more.

$1350 per person - Seminar registration guaranteed only upon receipt of payment.


Multiple registration discounts are available.
A 15% discount will be applied for each registrant from the same organization in groups of 5 or more attendees.

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To reserve a room at the Kimpton Muse Hotel, across the street from Convene, at a special conference rate call
844-861-5509 & reference Beer Marketer’s (group codeA38) or click here to reserve a hotel room online
until end of day, Saturday, October 13.

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Seminar and webinar payments are fully refundable, less a $100 administrative fee, until 30 days before the start of each event. You may also: (1) send a substitute from your organization or (2) until 30 days before the start of the event, you may apply your registration fee within 12 months to another seminar or subscription fee(s) of your choice within 12 months. Please note that no-show registration fees and cancellations within 30 days of the event will not be refunded. Substitutions may be made at any time.


The first Craft Update, 2018 webinar is coming right up on Thursday, April 26 at 1pm EST!

Don’t miss out on this exclusive opportunity to dig deep into US craft beer stats. Join the second webinar on June 21, also at 1pm EST, to get a timely update on craft’s development so far in 2018. Sign up for the webinars and receive the Craft Update, 2018 reports, one for each event, featuring the webinar deck plus supplemental tables and charts that provide even more data.

Additionally, we’d like to offer you some new options to allow 10, 20 or more team members to participate in the webinar as a group at more deeply discounted rates. They’ll allow teams to gather in a conference room for the webinar presentations.

Option 1: Up to 10 Team Members - $750

Bring up to 10 team-members together at a single (1) login location and get one (1) copy of each Craft Update, 2018 report for just $750 (saving up to 70%).  

Option 2: 10-20 Team Members - $1,000

Gather 10-20 team-members together at two (2) login locations, get two (2) copies of each Craft Update, 2018 report for just $1,000 (saving up to 80%). Add up to 3 additional logins and copies of the reports for just $125 each.

Option 3: 20+ Team Members with BONUS 45-minute customized Q&A for your team - $1,500

Gather 20 or more participants at up to five (5) login locations and receive five (5) copies of each Craft Update, 2018 report for just $1,500. As an added bonus, we’ll schedule a separate, 45-minute follow-up call to allow you and your team a personalized Q&A with presenters/Craft Brew News editors David Steinman and Christopher Shepard.

If one of these options feels right for your team, simply This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  to let us know which option fits your needs. As always, please feel free to call or email us with additional questions.


Digital Version of 2018 Beer Industry Update Now Available


Get the data you need to track the dynamic US beer biz in the 2018 Beer Industry Update. Final 2017 data — brewers, brands, segments, retail trends, state info and more — is now available. Hard-hitting data tables, expert analysis from Beer Marketer’s INSIGHTS and 4-color graphs make the data come alive.

Update is the most reliable compendium of beer data and analysis available, published by Beer Marketer’s INSIGHTS. Update buyers can receive electronic files with tables, text and color charts now. We’ll also publish a print edition of Update for those who prefer a handy desk reference.

Here’s the data you can receive immediately via email:

  1. 2017 Industry Overview, with figures and analysis of industry totals, suppliers and major brands
  2. Key Brand and Segment Data 2013-2017
  3. Detailed Segment, Brewer, Brand and Price Trends in Key Retail Channels
  4. Import Brand Trends 2013-2017
  5. Industry Shipments 2007-2017
  6. Major Brewers' Shipments 2007-2017
  7. Major Brewers’ Shipments By Quarter 2015-2017
  8. Quarterly/Annual Depletions Trends for AB, MC, Constellation and Boston Beer 2013-2017
  9. Shipments by Top Craft brewers, 2013-2017
  10. Brewery Stock price trends
  11. Beer, Wine and Spirits Price Indexes
  12. Leading Brands in Key Metro Markets
  13. Brewery Stock price trends
  14. Beer, Wine and Spirits Price Indexes
  15. Leading Brands in Key Metro Markets
  16. US Import-Export Data
  17. US Drinking Trends from Gallup and Govt Surveys
  18. Major Brewers' Shipments and Share, by Region and in 42 States 2013-2017
  19. Brewer/Importer Profiles
  20. Alcohol Consumption Trends;
  21. Draft & Package Share by State;
  22. Key International Developments
    And more…

Update's got all the key facts and figures you need to plan strategy and protect your investment in the fast-changing beer industry. Shipments data, brewer data, brand data, prices, demographics: Update's got it all. In over 300 pages jam-packed with information, tables, graphs and analysis the 2018 Update provides a com­plete picture of the US brewing industry. We also give you a 5-year series of shipments by the biggest global brewers. And with our flexible electronic/print format, you can get the informa­tion you want more quickly than ever before, in the format you choose.

2018 Beer Industry Update Prices Price
2018 Beer Industry Update (Electronic Edition Only) $1,300
2018 Beer Industry Update (Print Only) (add $60 for airmail outside US) $1,200
2018 Beer Industry Update (Both Electronic and Printed Editions) (add $60 for airmail outside US) $1,400


Beer INSIGHTS Webinars

The info you need in a new, fast-paced format.

Beer Marketer’s INSIGHTS newsletters bring both in-depth and wide-ranging reporting to the beer industry, while data-heavy, quick-hitting presentations from our editors have become regular features of top beer industry events. Beer INSIGHTS Webinars bring you the best of both: live, engaging presentations and discussion of up-to-the-minute info without having to leave your desk.

This new format provides new opportunities to gain valuable insight into the US beer biz, including:

  • lively presentations packed with the latest data and news;
  • downloadable decks to return to again and again;
  • supplemental materials to dig even deeper into the details;
  • live interaction with BMI’s experienced editors, including plenty of time for Q&A.

Coming in April, the first two Beer INSIGHTS Webinars will cover the ever-dynamic craft segment. Don’t miss these events: register today.

Craft Update, 2018

A two-pack of fast-paced 90-minute webinars, April 5 & 26, 2018  

Craft Update, 2018 will guide both experienced industry vets and newcomers through this increasingly complex landscape. Quickly expand your perspective and understanding of the US craft beer biz and walk away with loads of stats and facts.

Part I: Digging Deep into US Craft - Thursday, April 5, 2018, 1-2:30pm EST

Get the lay of the land and go deep into the US craft beer market. Featuring:

  • Craft volume in the context of total US beer biz;
  • Per-capita consumption analysis;
  • 10 years of shipments stats on top craft players; [IMAGES]
  • Analysis of retail scanner data;
  • Insight into big global brewers’ craft competitors and how M&A reshapes the market;
  • And more!

Reserve your spot to Part l for just $150!

Part II: Players, Places & Themes: Surveying Craft’s Breadth - Thursday, April 26, 2018, 1-2:30pm EST

Get a sense of how craft’s shape and size varies in different parts of the US. Featuring:

  • Collective small brewer volume share across regions & most states;
  • Selected state craft supplier shipments;
  • Exploration of key regional players; [IMAGES]
  • Surveys of important stories impacting local markets;
  • In-depth legal & legislative analysis;
  • And more!

Reserve your spot to Part lI for just $150!

Part I and Part II will each provide valuable insights on their own. But to get the most out of this opportunity, participate in both 90-minute webinars and save $50.

Reserve your spot to both Part I and Part II for just $250!

Realize significant savings by registering your whole team: reach out for multi-used discounts. And don’t worry if you have to miss the live presentations: recording will be available to registered participants after initial broadcasts. Don’t miss this special opportunity. Reserve your space now. April’s right around the corner!



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