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.
25 July 2019 – Glasgow
The venue The Lighthouse 11 Mitchell Ln, Glasgow G1 3NU
David Hannah is a craft brewing sales manager extraordinaire. An incredibly popular member of the team, Hannah manages and visits existing brewing customers to maintain relationships while identifying and developing new opportunities within the craft sector. Working with these companies, Hannah helps breweries utilise the broad portfolio offered by Muntons Malt so they can continue to brew excellent beer.
Kamilla Hannibal | Yeastie Boys
Kamilla Hannibal is marketing manager at Yeastie Boys. An expert in online communication and marketing, as well as content production, Hannibal was previously the digital content and project manager at Beavertown and also events and communications manager at at Warpigs in Copenhagen. She has vast experience in helping grow the visibility and presence of some of the world’s most respected brewing outfits.
Greg Hobbs | Five Points Brewing Company
Greg Hobbs is the head brewer and co-founder of London-based Five Points Brewing Company. Hobbs, who has a background in chemistry and previously had a career as a head chef, has a passion for creating high quality, consistent beers that are as accessible as they are available. In 2019, the brewery continues to go from strength-to-strength thanks to the ongoing popularity of beers such as its Pils, XPA, and Pale Ale.
Robert Percival | Lallemand
Robert Percival is a qualified brewing professional with extensive experience in quality and technical roles in beer production. As Europe technical sales manager for yeast and bacteria specialists Lallemand, the IBD young brewer of the year 2013/14 is an expert in the fields of fermentation and cask beer production and dedicates his time helping brewers take their production to the next level.
Ed Razzall | Adnams
Ed Razzall graduated from UCL with a degree in Molecular Biology & Biochemistry; and started his brewing career at a pub brewery under the tutelage of the esteemed Mark Dorber. He joined Adnams in 2016 where he spent two years learning production brewing; and now spends most of his time running the filtration and dealcoholisation program; as well as nurturing an ever growing collection of barrel aged beer. In late 2019 he’ll be opening a farmhouse style brewery in a beautiful barn in deepest Suffolk.
Jo Stewart | Stewart Brewing
Jo Stewart is the co-founder and marketing director of Loanhead-based Stewart Brewing. The multi award-winning brewery has long established itself with beers such as Stewart’s 80 /-, Radical Road and First World Problems. In her role at the highly-respected business, Jo continues to help promote a brewery that pairs innovation with a respect for the traditional ethos of Edinburgh’s rich brewing history.