SEA Brew, South East Asia’s brewing conference and trade show is the latest brewing event to be cancelled for 2020 due to the impact of COVID.
We chat with Luke Corbin who is brewing with Myanmar’s first modern brewery, Burbrit Brewery. Luke is a home brewer – one of the founders of Melbourne’s Merri Mashers homebrew club. He’s also a PhD candidate in Anthropology at the College of Asia & the Pacific, Australian National University.
Phillip Rankmore, head brewer at South Korea’s Budnamu Brewery shares his story from volunteering under Dave Padden at Riverside Brewing in Sydney to getting a job as brewer during a two-day layover in Seoul on the very day that brewing was legalised in South Korea.
South East Asia is experiencing rapid growth in its craft beer industries, with total market retail value for beer doubling to USD500 million this year, attendees of the SEA Brew conference in Bangkok have heard.
The 5th Annual SEA Brew is the region’s only annual Conference and Trade Fair for the brewing community, and THE place to gain insight into the huge potential of Asian beer markets.
Southeast Asia’s premium beer market is expected to climb to over USD400 million by the end of 2021 so it’s no wonder SEA Brew Conference & Trade Fair is Asia’s premier industry gathering. The programme for this year’s event has now been released, so find out more.
SEA Brew Conference & Trade Fair is Asia’s premier industry gathering and continues to be the must-attend event for the regions’ burgeoning craft brewing community. Find out more about how to crack the market.