Volunteers are an important part of ASBC and as a member, we are inviting you to actively participate in shaping your organization.
- Help others in the brewing industry and further ASBC's mission
- Try a new role or develop a new skill
- Make business connections or friends in the industry
- Build out your resume
- Be a part of something bigger
ASBC currently needs members to work on the following committees and projects.
Symposium Planning Committee: Raw Material Fluctuations
ASBC is planning a two-day hot topic symposium for the spring of 2023 on the topic of “Raw Material Fluctuations.” Help us curate a timely and relevant program to help our members deal with changes in the availability and quality of your raw materials to help you consistently brew high-quality beer! We are looking for members to volunteer time to help coordinate and plan. Time commitment: 1-3 hours per month.
Quality Course Director
ASBC is seeking a new course director for the very popular Quality Course
, which is coming back in the summer of 2023. The Setting the Standard: A Deep Dive into Quality course is a week-long hands-on experience that allows attendees to run ASBC methods on university lab equipment under the guidance of experts. Attendees leave the course with a range of new skills, scientific knowledge, and a network of support to aid them in growing their brewery laboratory. Time commitment: 3-5 hours per month.
Education Task Force
Have you ever had an "I wish we had" moment when looking something up on the ASBC website? Do you have experience teaching or general enthusiasm for education? If you answered yes to either question, the Education Task Force needs you! We're working to develop new and improved professional development opportunities for ASBC. Time commitment: 1-3 hours per month.
View the List of Committees