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“Connectivity” is the theme for the 36th Biennial Convention of the Institute of Brewing & Distilling, Asia Pacific section, which takes place from 16th to 20th March 2020 in Perth, Western Australia.

The fair was well attended in 2019 (Photo: Fabrizio Petrangeli)

Beer Attraction has become Beer&Food Attraction. A decisive change, emphasized by the new payoff, “the eating out experience show”, which highlights the unique nature of an event able to combine the entire wealth of experiences of the eating “out” sector and increasingly attract trade members from the whole food service world.

Globe (Photo: Kyle Glenn on Unsplash)

Evolution | The new name reflects the evolution of the trade fair network. This is because it now reflects more clearly the internationality and spectrum of the trade fair topics of the worldwide events.

drink technology India is in the starting blocks (Photo: Messe Muenchen India Pvt. Ltd.)

From filling technology, innovative beverage ingredients, new beer variations and dairy products to new packaging concepts: drink technology India shows all facets of the beverage, dairy and liquid food industry. It is thus the most important industry event in and for India for solutions, networking and knowledge transfer. The trade fair starts from 12 to 14 December 2019 in New Delhi.

BRAUWELT-Messestand BrauBeviale 2018

Fachverlag Hans Carl of Nuremberg is an international information network for the entire brewing and beverage sector. With its specialist journals and books, the company is an information service provider and a crucial link between the different industry participants and serves customers worldwide in print with books and magazines, and online with a range of internet services, newsletters and archives.

Murau in Austria (Photo: Mondfisch on Pixabay)

Austria | Where on earth is Murau? And how come it holds a festival on Global Beer? Murau, a small town of about 3,500 inhabitants, lies 160 km southeast of Salzburg. First mentioned in the late 13th century, Murau’s fame, historically, rested on logging and brewing.

Cheers to the “Global Beer” festival. (From left) Murau’s mayor Thomas Kalcher, the Austrian beer writer Conrad Seidl, und Muraubiennal’s director Ernst Wachernig. Photo: Global Beer | Franz Neumayr

Austria | In the Styrian town of Murau, the summer festival “Global Beer” is bringing the global brewing industry back to the here and now.

Foodpairing | When the Great American Beer Festival® (GABF) returns October 3-5 to Denver, beer connoisseurs and epicureans alike will have the opportunity to experience Paired®, the ultimate culinary and craft beer experience.

Jim Koch, brewer and co-founder of the Boston Beer Company

International beer specialties | Conveying the scope of individual craft-brewed beers to a broad audience always has been the main goal of Private Brauereien Bayern e. V., a German association of small and medium brewers. That is how the European Beer Star competition came to life. At its premiere in 2004, 271 beers were submitted. Two years ago, the 2000 mark was exceeded for the first time and in 2018, 2344 beers from 50 countries took part. One of the most successful international participants is the Boston Beer Company, Boston, USA (Samuel Adams), with a total of 44 medals. BRAUWELT International talked with Jennifer Glanville, Director of Brewing Operations for Boston Beer, about the company’s history, philosophy and participation in the competition.

With a value of USD 35 billion, India’s alcohol industry is the third largest worldwide. The yet-to-be fully-tapped Indian Alco-Bev market witnessed a record-breaking revenue amounting to USD 67 661 million in the year 2018 and is expected to grow at an exponential 7.9 % in the coming year.

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