September 28, 2022

Beverage industry staff invited to attend Bloody Big Drinks Summit

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The Bloody Big Drinks Summit is an initiative of The Shout, Clubs and bars, Australian Hotelier and National Liquor News– titles of The Intermedia Group and sibling titles to HM.

The Bloody Big Drinks Summit (BBDS) is here. The new online event includes more than 60 discussions from industry professionals all over the world, and is a must-not-miss occasion for anybody working in the drinks industry.

The summit includes a mix of keynote discussions, interviews and panel discussions providing company advice, marketing tips and the current details about making beer, white wine and spirits.

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Tickets are presently available at a special launch rate of $197 for your 12 month pass, however this will increase on 8 November, so ensure you purchase your ticket today!

As the BBDS is a virtual event, there is no danger of this being cancelled or postponed. You can safely enjoy all of the content sessions on desktop, tablet, smart device or laptop. Material is as needed, so your all-access pass will enable you to view it whenever you want and revisit sessions again and again for up to 12 months.

After the 18 months that the hospitality industry has sustained with constraints and lockdowns, the hospitality-focused content is available complimentary, in the Venues and Retail channel.

VIDEO: See a preview of the Summit below:

Sessions on WINE & & WINEMAKING consist of:.

Sessions on RETAILING include:.

Sessions on SPIRITS & & DISTILLING include:.

Sessions on VENUE OPERATIONS include:.

How to innovate with music (the significance of intangible hospitality experiences)– Australian musician Georgia Mooney for OneMusic Australia20 Pillar Approach to Bar Consulting– Jason Williams, Proof & & CompanyThe Future Of Hospo: How Will Technology Change And Improve The Industry?– Stevan Premutico, me&& uThe Role of the Water Sommelier– Candice Jansen van RensburgBuilding A New Distillery, Bar And Gin Brand (During Lockdown)– Barrelhouse GroupTrends In The Pub Property Market– John Musca from JLL.


Developing an international spirits brand while keeping your sustainability– Tom Warner, Warners GinDemocratising Scotch– Tim Philips-Johannson, DiageoGin Distillation for Geeks– Ben Leggett, Elemental Distillers, New ZealandUnicorn Barrels and How We Hunt Them– Sebastian Reaburn, Top Shelf InternationalThe Four Pillars Story– How To Go From An Idea To A Global Gin Powerhouse– Stuart Gregor, Four PillarsCreating a Global Spirits Brand While Maintaining Your Sustainability– Tom Warner, Warners Distillery, UK.

Sessions on BEER & & BREWING include:.

Retailer & & Pricing Insights– Data Intelligence And Analytics Solutions For Liquor Retailers To Help Grow Margin And Profitability– InvigorPost Pandemic Planning– John Carmody– Liquor Legends, Paul Esposito– ILG, Chris Baddock– ALM, Chris OBrien– Liquor BaronsShaping the Future of Liquor Retail– Tegan Clemow, Monique Strand, Sharni Wise-Fenton and Michael WatersThe Off Premise Liquor Industrys Ongoing Love Affair with Promotions– ExceedraThe Rise of Retail Media– Missy Anderson, The Pistol.


How Craft Brewers Can Improve Beer Quality By Managing Hop Creep And Hop Burn– Denis Martin, DenmarkHow to Service the Gluten Free Community– Richard Jeffares, Two Bays BrewingBrewery Automation– Neal Cameron, BrewtiqueIndependent Beer: Its Everyday Life– Kylie Lethbridge, IBABeer Faults and How to Fix Them– Tina Panoutsos, Asahi/CUBThe Future of Brewing is Sustainable and Tastes Amazing!– Gary Tickle, Sustainable Beverage Technologies, USA.

Presenters include:.

The UK Wine Market: Opportunities And Challenges For Australasian Wines– Richard Siddle, The Buyer, UKLow Intervention Wines– Tessa Brown, VS&BC alabria Family Wines & & McWilliams– Andrew CalabriaAustralia and Champagne: Good Times, Hard Times And Everything In Between– John Noble, Champagne Bureau AustraliaPlus sessions from Brown Family Wine Group, De Bortoli and Wine Australia.

The program continues to progress but here are some highlights:.

The value of ABAC and how to make sure your marketing fulfills industry requirements– Professor Michael Lavarch, Chief Panel Adjudicator, ABAC SchemeThe Rise Of Hard Seltzers And The Associated Impact On Other Liquor Categories– Laurie Wespes, SnooperAR and Drinks Packaging– Dave Chaffey, Third AuroraThe Importance of On-Premise and Insights from the NZ Market– Adrian Wills, TrickleEmpowering Women in the Workplace– Women of HospitalityOnline Partner Retailers: Under-Utilised And Cost-Effective Marketing Channels To Improve Brand Discoverability– Oliver Maruda, The Whisky ListDoor-To-Pour– The New Frontier In Packaging– Simon Back, MacherA Consumer Perspective Of The Australian On Premise– Graeme Loudon, CGA StrategyBuilding An Engaging Social Media Campaign– Claire Stevens from Crunchy SocialHow Technology Is Impacting The Shelf, shopper and area– Stephen Wilson, Strikeforce.

And theres a lot more!



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