Lexis is delighted to invite all to the upcoming Brewers Meeting 2019 which is going to be held on August 26 - 27, 2019 at Toronto, Canada.
Brewers Meeting 2019 is a phenomenal event which will be bringing together people from different domains of both academia & industrial world such as Brewers and beer professionals, top decision-makers, marketers, suppliers, opinion-formers, pub owners and more to discuss on the topics related to Brewing industry. This 2-day event typically features world-class Distinguished talks, Plenary sessions, Young Investigators Forum, Special Sessions, Panel Discussions, Exhibitions, Poster Presentations, Workshop and Symposiums covering nearly every facet of the brewing industry. Our Brewers Meeting 2019 will focus on trends, new trends, new products and the challenges for production, filling and packaging caused by steadily growing product portfolios and with respect to the rapid development of digitalization.
Brewers Meeting 2019 aims at providing opportunities to all its Speakers and Delegates to come together to interact and exchange new ideas related to brewing industries and more. This conference will provide all our participants Business 2 Business sessions, where they will be able to reach out and make a mark for themselves globally & promises to be an unmissable event for all the brewers and the industry at large
Brewers Meeting 2019 provides a fantastic occasion for industrial participants to identify talented individuals who represent the future of the malting, brewing and distilling industry. The Conference exists to build excellence and best-practice in the beer industry and it is growing to be an education and trade event for international significance
Brewers Meeting 2019 provides a platform for the latest and best products and services on the market and enables the growing brewing industry and to build strong networks and develop profitable business
Scientific sessions: Beer Production | Craft Brewery or Microbrewery | Root Beer | Process Technology of Beer | Fermentation | Sensorial Evaluation of Beer | Brewery Operations | Safety and Sustainability | Product Quality and Functionality | Technology Transfer and Marketing | Modern Brewing Technologies | Start-Ups | Beer and Health | Beer Packaging | Conditioning and Immobilization | Alcoholic and non-Alcoholic beer