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Free! Ask the Expert Happy Hour: How to Start Your Own Brewery 203BRP001
Ever thought about starting your own craft brewery? If the answer is “yes,” “maybe” or “no, but now I am,” then join us for this free live webinar where we’ll talk to three brewers who have actually done it. Come with your questions as our guest speakers—all graduates of UC Davis Continuing and Professional Education’s Brewing Programs—dispel the myths and have frank discussions about the realities of starting and operating a craft brewing business. This is an event you won’t want to miss!

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Jan 28, 2021 03:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Rob Croxall
Founder & President - El Segundo Brewing Company
Rob Croxall: alumnus 2011; El Segundo Brewing Co., El Segundo, CA. Rob is the founder and president of El Segundo Brewing, Co. His brewery has won multiple awards for beers Rob has developed, with the brewery garnering national media attention. Prior to starting his craft brewing business, Rob worked in the aerospace industry.
Kevin Wright
Co-founder & Brewmaster - Third Space Brewing Company
Kevin Wright: alumnus, 2009; Third Space Brewing Co., Milwaukee, WI. Kevin is the co-founder and Brewmaster of Third Space Brewing, Co. He is a winner of the JS Ford Award, given to the world’s top performer in the Institute of Brewing and Distilling’s annual Brewing Exam. Prior to starting Third Space Brewing, Kevin spent seven years brewing award-winning beer at Hangar 24 in Redlands, CA.
Chris Juergen
Co-founder & Brewmaster - Paradigm Brewing Company
Chris Juergen: alumnus, 2009; Paradigm Brewing Co., Tomball, TX. Chris is the co-founder and Brewmaster of Paradigm Brewing Company, opening in the Spring of 2021. Prior to starting Paradigm, Chris was the the Assistant Brewmaster for Miller Coors Brewery in Ft Worth, TX, and the Brewmaster for Karbach Brewing Company in Houston, TX for 5 years. Chris is also an Assistant Professor of the Practice at Texas A&M University teaching Introduction to Brewery Science and Operations.