Ask Me Anything | Get Your Industry Questions Answered!

We’ve all had that question we just can’t get answered. We’ve done the googling. We’ve called the know-it-all-friend. We’ve sent some emails. But sometimes, you just need to talk to an expert.

The solution? Our free ‘Ask Me Anything’ (AMA) events, hosted on the Beverage Alcohol Community (BAC) for its members. These online events provide a platform for you to ask featured alcohol specialists those burning questions you have about the industry.

We recently hosted our first AMA with beer attorney, Robert Lehrman. For three days, BAC members posted questions within the community, which he then answered. Questions ranged from trademark issues, to labeling best practices, to cider compliance requirements. Over a dozen questions were asked and answered by the beverage alcohol attorney, all at no cost.

Pretty neat, right?

Join us next week for another AMA, on October 8th. We will be hosting a webinar with TTB representatives, who will answer questions about Malt Beverage Labeling. At this webinar, you’ll learn the top things you can do to reduce ‘needs corrections’ on beer COLAs as well as get your beer-related labeling questions answered by the TTB.

If you’d like to join us for this event, register here, and don’t forget to join the BAC. It’s free, and you’ll have access to the latest news, networking opportunities, and exclusive content.

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Have an industry topic you’d like to learn about? Let us know in the comments, and we’ll do our best to track down an expert.



  1. Carole Peterston

    Hi. It would be helpful if you could define these Q&A’s and Webinars as for Beer, Wine, Spirits or general industry. It appears to me that both of the AMA’s have been only for beer.


    • Rachel Bush - Marketing Coordinator

      Hi, Carole! Thanks for the feedback. We’ll be sure to be more specific in the future. Keep your eyes out! We have plans to provide more general AMAs in the future.


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