VicinityBrew Software is a proud supporter of craft beer and the organizations that support local breweries and help keep craft beer a thriving industry. With clients in many different states across the country, we strive to support these states’ craft beer associations.
We are currently allied trade members of the Brewers of Pennsylvania, where our client Victory Brewing Company is located, as well as the Georgia Craft Brewers Guild, where VicinityBrew Software is located.
Other brewing industry associations that we are members and supporters of include the Pink Boots Society, Brewers Association, and Brewbound, all of which are organizations that strive to keep craft beer independent from big beer and support the growing craft beer industry.
Most recently, we have become members of the North Carolina Craft Brewers Guild, where a significant portion of our clients are located, such as:
- Highland Brewing Company
- Sierra Nevada Brewing Company
- Catawba Brewing Company
- Asheville Brewing Company
The North Carolina Craft Brewers Guild is a not-for-profit 501(c)6 tax-exempt organization comprised of brewers, vendors, retailers and craft beer enthusiasts focused on promoting North Carolina beer.
North Carolina boasts the largest number of craft breweries in the American South, with more than 230 breweries and brewpubs. The North Carolina Craft Brewer’s Guild mission is to advance the interests of the craft breweries of North Carolina and to promote North Carolina craft beer.
“As a member of the Craft Beer industry, we feel it is important to support the organizations that work so hard to bolster our industry. It’s the smaller groups that inspire legislative reform to shape the state of craft today, pave the way toward future opportunities and foster the sense of community you find throughout this great industry.”
– Kaitlyn McKendry, Marketing Manager, VicinityBrew Software
Our enthusiastic support includes sponsoring Brewbound’s Brew Talks, participating in Pink Boots Society meetings, and attending as many guild meetings as possible throughout the year.
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