Workshop: Brewing Beer with Project Management Fundamentals

September 20, 2017
5:30 PM MDT to 6:30 PM MDT
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Red Leg Brewing Company, Upstairs Event Room
4630 Forge Road, Suite B
Colorado Springs, CO 80907
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Beer might be one of the world's oldest alcoholic beverages, but it's far from stale. In the last two decades, global beer production has increased nearly 50 percent. New markets and changing tastes are transforming the brewing industry more than 5,000 years after its inception. In the last two decades, global beer production has increased nearly 50 percent, reaching about 2 billion hectoliters (1.7 billion barrels) in 2015, according to Transparency Market Research. Global beer sales are projected to increase 6 percent annually in the coming years, reaching US$688.4 billion by 2020, according to Allied Market Research.

The upshot for breweries is clear: They're launching projects to increase production, boost efficiencies and deliver standout products in an increasingly competitive market. Up-and-coming organizations are learning to brew at a new scale.*

In this workshop, you will get experience the back stage production at Red Leg Brewing company and learn how they utilize Project Management fundamentals to create and distribute beer. Come take a tour, ask questions and stay afterwards for a networking Happy Hour.

* Alderton, M. (2016). Change is Brewing: Shifting Tastes and Increased Competition in the Global Beer Industry Create Project Opportunities—and New Risks. PM Network, 30(11), 30–41.



  • Attendees will gain insight into the project management approach and techniques used in a real world small volume production environment
  • The interactive question and answer approach with the Brewer/Owner will allow attendees to focus on project management areas of interest.


Red Leg Brewing Company:


Red Leg Brewing Company is a Veteran owned production brewery in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Red Leg’s unique name is derived from the Civil War battlefields, where artillery soldiers wore a cardinal stripe on their pant leg to denote their location on the field of battle.

Red Leg provides the highest quality craft beer to honor the men and women who currently and formerly served in The United States Military. The craft beers that leave our facility will have the reputation that we strive for, continuing our service by providing those who serve with a craft beer they can be proud of.

World Beer Cup 2016 Bronze Award for “Blue Nose Brown” Brown Porter Category

World Beer Cup 2014 Bronze Award for “Devil Dog Stout” Foreign Style Stout Category


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Meal Information:

While a meal is not included, Red Leg includes a sample as part of the tour, and food/snacks are available for purchase from the Food Truck.


Refund and Cancellation Policy:

The Workshop may be cancelled or rescheduled in the case of accident, illness or any other Act of God that prevents the program facilitator from being present or the venue to not be available.

In case of cancellation or rescheduling, our contact method will be email. Please make sure we have an active email address that you see before you leave home the day of the event.

You will be required to review and accept the PMI Pikes Peak Regional Chapter Refund and Cancellation Policy as part of your registration. Please review it here.


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$15.00 Member

$15.00 Guest/Non-Member