Set your sights on Hobart, Tasmania, for the 38th Asia Pacific IBD Convention, a beacon of brewing and distilling expertise, scheduled to unfold from March 3-7, 2025. This convention is not just an event; it's a celebration of the rich tapestry of the brewing and distilling industry, set against the picturesque backdrop of Tasmania's vibrant culture and natural beauty.
Why should you mark your calendar for 2025?
Networking with Industry Pioneers: Rub shoulders with the who's who of the brewing and distilling world. Forge new relationships, strengthen existing ones, and exchange groundbreaking ideas.
Educational Sessions: Immerse yourself in a diverse range of sessions covering the latest industry trends, technological advancements, and best practices in brewing and distilling.
Cultural Immersion: Experience the unique charm of Hobart, a city renowned for its historical significance, culinary delights, and artisanal spirits.
Showcase Opportunities: Gain visibility for your brand by engaging with industry professionals from across the Asia Pacific region and beyond.
Sustainability Focus: Be part of important discussions on the future of the industry, with a special emphasis on sustainable practices and innovations.
The 38th Asia Pacific IBD Convention is your opportunity to be at the forefront of the industry's evolution. Whether you're looking to expand your knowledge, explore business opportunities, or simply celebrate the art of brewing and distilling with like-minded enthusiasts, this event is for you.
Take the first step today: Register your interest to stay informed with the latest updates and ensure you're part of this momentous event. Don't just hear about the future—help shape it at the 38th Asia Pacific IBD Convention.
Where To Stay
Excited about our upcoming event? Don't miss out on the fun! Mark your calendar now and reserve your accomodation. Most of the places near to Grand Chancellor Hotelhobart in Hobart are reserved in advance, so book early enough to avoid paying the highest prices or, worse yet, not having a place to stay.