This week’s episode is concludes our two-part series on policies that affect the entire supply chain and demand for beer.
The LCBO reported that the sales of Ontario craft beer have risen by 575% in the last eight year. It is of no surprise that this growth has caught the attention of big multinational beer corporations, who experience a market share greater than 90%. As craft beer increases in popularity, are there policies that affect the ability for suppliers and producers to respond to this surge in sales? On this episode of Beyond the Headlines, we examine the supply side of the market with experts from the field (!).
- Evan Price, President and Owner of Fiddle Hop Farms in Truro, Nova Scotia
- Andreas Pfenning, Organic Malt Barley Grower and Amateur Brewer
- Nicholas Schaut, Hops Farmer and founding member and past-president of the Ontario Hops Growers Association
- Stephen Rich, Head brewer at the Beer Academy Toronto