This year’s American Beer Bloggers Conference is taking place in San Diego on August 22 through 24. And if you’re interested in attending, be aware that today is the last day you can register for the early bird pricing—it goes up tomorrow. Early bird pricing for Citizen Bloggers (like me) is $95; Industry Bloggers, $195; and $295 for general registrants (non-bloggers). After today, those prices go up to $120, $220, and $320, respectively.
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I’m late with this news which came out a month ago (December is a busy blogging month for this site), but the date and location for the 2013 Beer Bloggers Conference (the American version) were announced: Boston, from July 26 through 28. From the Location page: We are extremely excited to be bringing the Beer Bloggers Conference to Boston, Massachusetts. Boston is, in some ways, the home of the craft beer explosion thanks to the … Continue reading →
Back when I posed the question, “Where should the Beer Bloggers Conference be held in 2012?“, the city of Indianapolis, Indiana didn’t even make the list of suggestions I compiled (well, okay, it did in the comments). However, that is in fact where the BBC will be held in 2012, according to the official announcement today. We are very pleased to announce the 2012 North American Beer Bloggers Conference will be July 13-15 in Indianapolis, … Continue reading →
Finally, to wrap up my blogging about the Beer Bloggers Conference (for now), a collection of pictures we took while at the Conference last weekend: Presented for the most part in chronological order.
With day 1 and day 2 write-ups out of the way, I’m finally into the home stretch of writing about the third and final day of the Beer Bloggers Conference. This was a half day, consisting essentially of two sessions: beer blogger presentations, where there were eight 10 to 15-minute presentations by attending bloggers, and the closing keynote by Jay Wilson of Brewvana.