The Brewers Lectures is a series of live events from the Brewers Journal. The half day lectures give a platform to six speakers to inspire change, generate discussion and share brewing expertise.
The lectures are hosted five times a year cross the UK and Ireland.
As we all come to these events from differing backgrounds and differing means, we have made all tickets available for free, we just ask you to make a small donation if you are able so that we can continue to run these events.
Full details of each lecture will be released in the run up to the day. Scroll down for upcoming events.
12 June 2019 – Nottingham
The venue Canalhouse 48-52 Canal Street, Nottingham NG1 7EH
Hannah is a freelance brewery consultant with a background in sales, events and communications who has over 12 years experience in the beer industry. Hannah has previously worked with Marble Brewery, East London Brewing Company, Fuller’s brewery, and several award winning pubs.
Stu McKinlay | Yeastie Boys
In the four short years since moving to the UK from New Zealand, Stu McKinlay has become a familiar and popular part of the UK brewing industry. Beers such as ‘Digital IPA’ and ‘Gunnamatta’ are mainstays while a burgeoning number of newer releases such as ‘Joy Juice’ and ‘White Palace’ have ensured the business is finding new fans across the board.
Jamie Ramshaw | Simpsons Malt
Jamie Ramshaw is the UK Technical Sales Manager at Simpsons Malt. Jamie has more than two decades worked closely with most of the UK brewing industry in his previous roles at Murphy and Sons and Wells & Youngs.
Roger Ryman | St Austell
Roger Ryman wrote his name into UK brewing history when he created St Austell ‘Tribute’ nearly 20 years ago. Much has changed since he first produced that ale in 1999 but with the subsequent, popular creation of numbers like ‘Proper Job’, ‘Bad Habit’, ‘Gem’ and ‘Black Square’, beers that have picked up awards across the globe, Ryman, brewing director at St Austell, has helped guarantee ongoing success for the historic Cornish brewery. His expertise in brewing is difficult to rival.
Alex Troncoso | Lost and Grounded Brewers
Alex Troncoso is the co-founder of Bristol’s Lost and Grounded Brewers. Known for their standout flagship Keller Pils, this unfiltered lager epitomises which they are about: understated simplicity and creating something delicious and complex. Troncoso’s brewing journey is more than 20 years in the making. His CV includes roles at Little Creatures in Fremantle, Australia, Camden Town Brewery and most importantly, his own brewery co-founded with partner Annie Clements. Alex has a BSc in Chem Eng, Grad Cert and Diploma’s in Brewing, and an MBA.
Meghan Waites | Beavertown Brewery
Meghan Waites is the events coordinator extraordinaire at London’s Beavertown Brewery. Before moving to London, Meghan spent four years at Thornbridge Brewery organising and executing events, travelling across the UK creating specialist events with a range of diverse venues from independent bottle shops to large scale pub chains.
Rod White | University of Nottingham
Rod White is the assistant professor at the International Centre for Brewing Science at the University of Nottingham, UK. A Master Brewer and Brewing Academic, he now runs the Global Filtration User Group at the International Centre for Brewing Science at Nottingham University. Rod was formerly a senior technical brewer with Bass / Molson Coors with experience in troubleshooting problems all over the world.