The Oregon winery is among the pioneers in the drinks space making environmental and social change part of their mission
SevenFifty Daily’s 2018 Innovators
Welcome to the inaugural edition of SevenFifty Daily’s Innovators.
This is an annual platform to recognize the vanguard of professionals who are changing the drinks industry as we know it. Through their companies and initiatives, these creative entrepreneurs are introducing new ideas, effecting change, and shaking up the status quo.
With concepts and projects that span the categories of wine, beer, and spirits—from winegrowers fostering biodiversity in the vineyard to yeast researchers paving the way for fresh flavors in beer—these trailblazers are forging new paths in the beverage alcohol space.
Join us in congratulating our 2018 Innovators!
Ideas Moving the Industry Forward
The founders of Omega Yeast are helping brewers unlock flavorful diversity
Through his Borderless Wine platform, Peter Weltman hopes to turn wine buying into activism
The Ideal Bartender School aims to offer disadvantaged communities an economic path forward—and other organizations are following suit
Companies like Wigle Whiskey are resurrecting “grain to glass” distilling
Jamie Evans is finding new ways to bring cannabis, wine, and food together in recreational and educational settings
Diversity, inclusion, and sustainability shared the spotlight at this new symposium, which has already inspired other events
In America’s most historic black neighborhood, Harlem Hops finds an enthusiastic audience as African American–owned breweries flourish nationwide
At Oregon’s Hiyu Wine Farm, the vigneron is using 17th-century viticultural techniques to create a wine style for the future