For our NH Brewers & Wholesalers
Brew New Hampshire offers a wide range of resources for brewers. Marketing and promotional efforts are just one thing we do While searches and conversations can go way deeper that what you see on this page, we want to be the best first stop for information about participating in New Hampshire’s brewing business. Below are a list of resources that can help you get started, keep you going, expand your social or professional networks and more.
- Brewers Association is a national organization that protects and promotes American craft brewers, their beers and the community of brewing enthusiasts. In addition to many legislative, technical and promotional initiatives, the BA is responsible for presenting the Great American Beer Festival and Craft Brewers Conference.
- Granite State Brewers Association promotes, protects and supports New Hampshire’s breweries. Think of them as a younger, state-wide version of the Brewers Association.
- National Beer Wholesalers Association exists to provide leadership that enhances the independent beer distribution industry; to advocate before government and the public; to encourage the responsible consumption of alcohol; and to provide programs and services that will benefit its members.
- Master Brewers Association of the Americas was formed in 1887 with the purpose of promoting, advancing, and improving the professional interest of brew and malt house production and technical personnel. Today, MBAA is a dynamic, global community working to advance the brewing, fermentation, and allied industries by: advocating the exchange of knowledge; creating, assembling, interpreting, and disseminating credible and beneficial information; developing world-class education offerings; and providing valuable personal and professional development opportunities. MBAA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
- The American Society of Brewing Chemists was founded in 1934 to improve and bring uniformity to the brewing industry on a technical level. Today, ASBC is comprised of individual and corporate members worldwide representing large and small breweries, the allied industries that supply the brewing industry, academic researchers, government agencies, and organizations associated with regulation of the brewing industry.
The Tax and Trade Bureau is the federal authority for beer regulation. Their website is comprehensive resource for brewers whether you’re just getting started or you’ve been in business for decades. From label registration and brewers notices, to excise tax payments and formula approvals, this page is filled with virtually everything you need to navigate the complex seas of alcoholic beverage regulation in the United States of America.