Our sponsors are critical to the success of the conference. In fact, we could not hold the conference at such a low price without them. Please see below for our growing list of sponsors.
- For a list of sponsorship opportunities at the 2016 Beer Bloggers Conference, please contact Reno Walsh at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-406-580-5919.
- Once you have determined in which category you would like to be a sponsor, you can sign up on our secure form here: North American BBC Sponsor Form
- If you would like to host a future Beer Bloggers & Writers Conference, please complete our Host Application.
2016 North American Beer Bloggers & Writers Conference Sponsors
Visit Tampa Bay encourages adventurous travelers to unlock our destination’s trove of unique treasures. We are a not-for-profit corporation that works with more than 750 partners to tell the world the story of our home – the hip, urban heart of the Gulf Coast of Florida. @BayCrafted
The National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) is a trade association that represents the interests of the 3,300 licensed, independent beer distributors - with operations located in every state and congressional district across the United States – before government and the public. NBWA works to strengthen the state-based system of alcohol regulation that facilitates an orderly marketplace; creates a transparent and accountable system of alcohol distribution that protects American consumers; and promotes responsibility in the manufacture, distribution, sale and consumption of alcohol.
CraftBeer.com is a consumer-oriented website for lovers of craft beer published by the Brewers Association. The website is full of information about the craft beer scene, including advice on beer and food pairing, stories on beer road trips, and a blog by Great American Beer Festival founder Charlie Papazian. The Brewers Association is the national organization that represents the interests of small and independent craft brewers in the United States. @CraftBeerDotCom
Powerful enough for CNN and the New York Times, flexible enough to create any site you can imagine, simple enough for your Aunt Mary to reblog cat photos: WordPress.com has you covered, whatever you’re publishing to the web. WordPress.com is a community of millions of bloggers just like you, making use of hundreds of beautiful, easy to customize design themes to create anything from photoblogs to magazines, wedding albums to restaurant websites, and everything else in between. With mobile apps to easily create and manage content on the run, and intuitive, great looking ways to share all your media, WordPress.com lets you sign up in seconds, and start publishing in minutes. @wordpressdotcom
Delve into The Beer Connoisseur, the world’s premier beer magazine, as it explores beer culture both in America and abroad. The reader will find magazine articles and unique online content on craft beers and those who brew them. You may also expect in-depth beer reviews, the best in dining, cooking with recipes, international travel articles, brewery tours, industry personalities, up-close beer-style studies, culture and more. @beerconnoisseur
All About Beer Magazine is America’s leading beer magazine, dedicated to covering the people, places, news, trends and events that define the beer community. For 35 years, it’s been our mission to celebrate the world of beer culture and enrich the lives of beer lovers through education, enjoyment, and events like the World Beer Festivals. @allaboutbeer
The Weekly Pint is a free weekly email serving everything you ever wanted to know about beer, reaching 50,000 subscribers twice a week. The content includes brewer profiles, new beer-related gadgets, craft beer regional spotlights, upcoming craft beer festivals, and more.
Petrus Sour Beers are the beers which have been brewed and aged in Brouwerij De Brabandere for decades. With their passion, knowledge and investments, the brewery is convinced of the quality their sours. The proof of this quality are the World Beer Awards in 2011,2012 and 2013. @BrouwerijDB #petrussours #petrussourbeers facebook
Uinta Brewing Company embarked upon its mission of brewing world class, full-flavored, craft-brewed beer in the winter of 1993. The company is named after an east-west mountain range located in northeastern Utah. Many of Uinta’s beer names are inspired by Utah’s diverse landscapes or have historical significance. Since 2001 Uinta Brewing has been 100% wind-powered, becoming the first Utah company to reach this mark. Uinta is committed to brewing world-class beer using the best practices and ingredients.