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“While we can’t meet in person this year, we’re confident the new format and online community platform will help connect BC Craft Brewers in a new way,” said Ken Beattie, Executive Director of the BC Craft Brewers Guild. “It’s important for us to continually build connections within our industry and outside of it, to ensure the longevity of craft brewing in BC.”

“Breaking out the conference into half-day tracks allows people to take part in what they’re most interested in,” said Beattie. “Running concurrent sessions didn’t allow people to absorb everything they wanted to. Now, they have the option to stay for the whole conference, or just attend the half-day session that pertains to their job.” 

Tickets to BC Beer Con are now available here, with 50 per cent of every ticket sold supporting the Canadian Craft Brewers Associationto create a more inclusive and diverse beer community. BC Craft Brewers Guild member breweries and Associate Members, Canadian Craft Brewers Association Members, and Brewing School Students can attend for $20 plus applicable taxes, and public or non-member tickets are available for $50 plus applicable taxes. 

For more information on BC Beer Con, please visit www.bccraftbrewersconference.com.