Thursday, August 18, 2022

Just one week to go until the brewing community gathers for SEA Brew Online 2021

Bringing together brewers, owners, distributors and industry suppliers from across Asia, there is only one week to go until SEA Brew Online 2021 helps craft brewers face the “new normal” with confidence, through skills development, industry innovations and business rebuilding strategies.

Taking place online from 16-18 November, SEA Brew Online 2021 comprises a series of online webinars and discussion groups.

Brewing legend Sam Calagione of Dogfish Head Craft Brewery and many other international experts will share case studies, new product research and insights to help boost brewing ambitions.

One Time Registration means you can join any session LIVE and watch recordings of any you are unable to attend.


Meet and learn from brewers, industry professionals and suppliers from across the world during 3 days of interactive sessions and networking opportunities.

Programme highlights

Brewing legend Sam Calagione of Dogfish Head Craft Brewery headlines SEA Brew Online 2021 with ‘Finding Blue Ocean Opportunities in a Sea of Friendly and UnFriendly Competition as the Tide of Craft Beer Rises Again from the Lowest Points of the Covid Moment’. Tue 16 Nov, 10am SGT.

Roderick White of the International Centre for Brewing Science (ICBS), University of Nottingham takes a Deep Dive into brewery process optimization with valuable lessons for novice and experienced brewers. Wed 17 Nov, 4pm SGT.

Raise a glass and toast this years’ winners of the Asia Beer Championship! We all miss a good SEA Brew gathering so after 2 years apart it’s time to grab your favourite beer and join online in the SEA Brew Lounge. Catch up with industry colleagues from across the region. Wed 17 Nov, 6pm SGT.

For more details about SEA Brew Online 2021, visit:

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