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TTB is committed to facilitating voluntary compliance through education and outreach. View the upcoming events where you’ll find us, or submit a request for TTB to participate in your event.






Upcoming Outreach Activities





May 18 2:00pm Eastern

CBC Online
Brewers Association

TTB Bootcamp for Brewers - Intro

In this introductory session, we'll kick off the TTB's four-part bootcamp for brewers, a series designed to give both new and established brewers explanations, tips, and reminders on how to stay compliant with TTB regulations. In this session we will cover three topics:

  • An overview of the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) and the functions we perform that are relevant to brewers
  • An overview of the TTB laws and regulations that apply to brewers
  • Three types of Brewers Notice amendments brewers may need to know about during the COVID-19 pandemic

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May 19 2:00pm Eastern

CBC Online
Brewers Association

Records, Reports, and Returns

The records you keep in your brewery fill a number of important needs. In this session, we'll cover how brewery records feed into your operational report, tax returns, and tax payments. We'll also include some tips on how to avoid problems that might impact your tax liability, and we'll cover our latest COVID-19 tax and filing relief provisions.

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May 20 2:00pm Eastern

CBC Online
Brewers Association


Some beers require TTB formula approval, and in this session you'll learn how the ingredients and processes you use to make your beer impact whether or not you'll need it. We'll cover how to determine if your product requires a formula (and which kinds have been exempted from formula approval), and how to apply for formula approval. We'll also go over the information and supporting documents you need to include when you apply for formula approval, and tips on how to submit a formula that we can evaluate without having to come back to you for additional information.

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May 21 2:00pm Eastern

CBC Online
Brewers Association


The primary purpose of TTB labeling requirements is to make sure consumers get adequate information about what they are purchasing, and are not misled about its age, origin, or identity. To that end, beer labels must include certain information based on how they are formulated and where they will be sold. This session will cover all of the mandatory labeling information for beers as outlined in the labeling regulations and the relevant TTB rulings. We'll also tell you the top label and application errors that we see and give you tips on how to avoid them!

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If you missed an event see our Presentations page to view or download our presentations, or visit the TTB Learning Center for more resources.


Request TTB Participation at Your Event

We are available to participate in conferences, meetings, webinars, or other outreach events related to our mission. We may not be able to
accommodate all requests, but in making our decision, among other things, we will consider:

  • Does the event fit within our mission or strategic goals?
  • Will it facilitate voluntary compliance?
  • Do we have the resources to support it?

Please contact us at least 90 days in advance. We will respond within two weeks of receiving your inquiry.

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Page last reviewed: September 13, 2019
Page last updated: May 22, 2020
Maintained by: Office of Industry and State Outreach