Support & Develop
Support & Develop
The Nevada Craft Brewers Association exists to promote the development of the craft beer culture throughout Nevada, to promote and support Nevada’s breweries and brewpubs, create an open line of communication between brewers and associated members, and be an advocate for more modern beer laws in the State of Nevada.
The Nevada Craft Brewers Association is a non-profit entity which promotes the development of the craft beer culture throughout the State of Nevada. NCBA supports Nevada’s breweries and brewpubs by creating an open line of communication between brewers and associated members, and is an advocate for more modern beer laws.
The Nevada Craft Brewers Association offers Nevada brewers options to make the business of beer more friendly and competitive. What this means to the consumer is better beer and more of it.
The Nevada Craft Brewer’s Association helps unify the Nevada Brewing Community. The organization offers educational materials and services, special events and brewery tours to keep locals and tourists informed about the newest in Nevada craft beer. Locally-made craft beer is a well known draw for visitors as well as a stimulus to city and neighborhood economies. With a unified effort, Nevada breweries will continue to enhance their position as a national attraction to draw more visitors to enjoy Nevada and once again see that Nevada has so much to offer beyond its glitzy image.
The Nevada Craft Brewer’s Association promotes industry unity in order to convey a clear message that our state produces award winning beers worthy of our communities pride.
We do this through our following directives:
Annual production of 6 million barrels of beer or less.
Less than 25 percent of the craft brewery is owned or controlled (or equivalent economic interest) by a beverage alcohol industry member that is not itself a craft brewer.
A brewer that has a majority of its total beverage alcohol volume in beers whose flavor derives from traditional or innovative brewing ingredients and their fermentation.