Second Australian Craft Brewers Conference

Second Australian Craft Brewers Conference

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Second Australian Craft Brewers Conference

Second Australian Craft Brewers Conference

The man who brewed the very first craft beer in Australia, founded the original Matilda Bay and was a founder of Little Creatures (as well as building BridgePort in the US) will give a keynote speech at the second Australian Craft Brewers Conference. Phil Sexton, who now runs Innocent Bystander/Giant Steps in Healesville, will tell his story and offer his thoughts on craft beer as part of the two-day event taking place at Melbourne’s Arts Centre during this year’s Good Beer Week. It is one of the highlights of a busy program of events put together by the Craft Beer Industry Association.

Also taking to the stage will be Frank Peifer, head brewer at Weihenstephan, for a talk on yeast management, while there will be a greater number of panel discussions on subjects including starting a brewery, hops, malt and the opportunities and challenges facing craft beer in Australia, as well as specialist breakout sessions.


Event Highlights

The event follows a highly successful debut in 2013, where it was held at the Lithuanian Club in North Melbourne. Moving to the ANZ Pavilion at the Arts Centre is a significant step up, as acknowledged by CBIA chair Dave Bonighton, co-owner of Mountain Goat.

He said for ACBC, they have set the bar high for themselves. They have secured a great new venue and the program is top class. Their committee has spent many months working on this, trying to find ways to improve on what they did last year and they think they have done that. €œChief among these changes is the introduction of a keynote address to kick off proceedings. They are extremely fortunate that industry pioneer and legend Phil Sexton has agreed to deliver the inaugural ACBC Keynote.


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