BrewCon

BrewCon19, the 7th annual Australian Brewers Conference and Trade Expo is being held in Melbourne on Tuesday 3rd through Friday 6th September 2019 at the Melbourne Convention Exbibition Centre.

Presented by the Independent Brewers Association, the conference exists to build excellence and best-practice in the Australian beer industry. The conference is the Australian brewing industry’s keystone event and is growing to be to be an education and trade event of international significance.

The three days of the conference is jam-packed with business, technical brewing and supply chain seminars, international speakers, brewery tours, workshops and the largest brewing trade expo seen in Australia.

The Trade Expo is the premier trade show for brewers in Australia and connects suppliers, innovators and leaders of the national and international brewing community. The trade show provides a platform for the latest and best products and services on the market and enables the growing brewing industry in Australia to build strong networks and develop profitable businesses. The BrewCon19 Trade Prospectus is available now. Visit the link below to learn more about BrewCon and to download the prospectus.

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February

We’ve had many gin markets to signify the seasons throughout the year, but can you believe we’ve never held one dedicated only to summer? Well…we’re going to right that wrong in 2020 and launching our first ever Summer Gin Market!

March

Expect a riot at Canberra’s original game-changing dining space, as GOMA chef Matt Blackwell rolls into town for this one-night-only Good Food Month presented by Citi dining event at Monster Kitchen and Bar.

Tikaram joins Good Food Month to share a culture-clashing menu with Canberra at a special two-night event (Friday 13 March and Saturday 14 March) at the award-winning Malaysian-inspired Lanterne Rooms. Tikaram, a former Good Food Guide Young Chef of the Year winner, earned early recognition during stints at Sydney kitchens Bentley and Tetsuya’s, then as head chef of the now-closed but much-loved Longrain.

Guided by award-winning chef Ben Willis, this year’s round of young chefs will be serving up a feast you won’t forget. The full line up of talented young chefs will be announced soon. With four courses including wine and beer, this is a rare chance to meet the chefs before they gain their inevitable hats.

If the future is female, Alanna Sapwell is leading the way for chefs in Australia, and this is your chance to see her in action.

FHA-Food & Beverage offers an exemplary experience underlined by the most wide-ranging food & beverage products and innovations that are top and trending across the globe. More than 80% of exhibitors are made up of direct manufacturers and as many as 15% are expected to use this platform as a launch pad for new-to-market innovations.

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