5. March 2021
Following the cancellation of the 2020 edition, The Brewers of Europe Forum is back this year for an online edition, on 1st, 2nd,3rd and 4th of June. The digital format, imposed upon us by the ongoing pandemic, does offer the benefit of allowing attendees to join from across the world, following all sessions live from the comfort of your brewery, home or anywhere you can get a connection. Whilst we will all miss the opportunity to catch up over a beer, the broadcasting platform will provide the possibility to connect with both speakers and other attendees for interactive debate.
Conscious of the severe impact lockdowns have had on the beer value chain, and the even more urgent need to shape a sustainable future for the sector, it has been decided to make participation in this third edition of the Forum fully be free-of-charge, to allow brewers from all horizons to gather and reflect together on beer’s future.
“Whilst the 2021 edition of The Brewers of Europe Forum will be free-of-charge we will still deliver a prestigious, high quality event”, said Pierre-Olivier Bergeron, The Brewers of Europe Secretary General. “Forum Alumni as well as newcomers can expect a very impressive gathering of speakers from around the world and from a wide variety of disciplines of interest to the brewing sector. Just watch this space”, added Bergeron.
The Brewers of Europe Forum has fast become a respected brand in the world of events for brewers. It is one of the unique tools The Brewers of Europe has developed in the past few years to reflect Europe’s ever-changing brewing landscape and to serve the entire brewing community. BrewUp , The Brewers of Europe’s knowledge platform for all brewers, is another important tool. “I would encourage everybody to visit BrewUp, a goldmine of concrete tools across multiple domains of interest”, said Bergeron. “I would encourage anyone who is still hesitating about joining this year’s Forum to visit BrewUp and take a look the presentations that were delivered during the first two editions of the Forum”, Bergeron added.
The programme of the Brewers Forum 2021 will be released in March and registration will open soon after.
For more information, visit www.brewersforum.eu