The Brewing and Enology Economic Research Section of the AAEA is intended to facilitate collaboration and research among members of the AAEA on the economics and policy of production, distribution, and consumption of beer and wine, to mentor junior members of the profession with interests in these issues, and to facilitate joint activities of the Beeronomics Society and the AAEA. The BEER Section will also provide a forum for members to disseminate their research, discuss common production and consumption policy issues, and learn about professional development and networking opportunities.
The intended membership is AAEA members broadly interested in the economics of fermented beverages.
The Brewing and Enology Economic Research Section will charge an annual section fee of $10 for professional members. Student membership is free.