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Beervana Gears up for the 11th Edition in Wellington this year
Beervana’s success lies is in the sheer number of breweries and diversity of brews on show. In 2011 they hosted more than 200 brews, from over a whopping 80 breweries, and in 2012 they expect it to be even bigger and better!
The bright new website is up with photos and videos from 2011, along with an invitation to all the Breweries, Sponsors and Volunteers that wish to be involved for the event in Wellington on August 17th & 18th this year.
You can either take a tap on one of the regional Beervana bars, or staff your own brewery bar.
On a Beervana bar, your beer will be represented alongside brews from other breweries in your region. Beervana staff are available to serve your beer but they encourage you to get behind the bar and make the most of the great opportunity to talk to consumers.
Brewery bars give you the opportunity to have a distinct brand presence at Beervana. They brewery bars sit alongside the regional Beervana bars so visitors can find you easily, but you have sole branding rights and the ability to have your whole team at your bar talking about your beer with patrons.
The Beervana volunteers are the backbone of the event. Over two days they do more than 200 jobs to make sure the event runs smoothly. Put simply, Beervana would not be possible without the support of the volunteer force.
Volunteers are asked to work one session, in return for a free ticket, t-shirt and tokens for another session of their choice. The jobs they ask volunteers to do range from handing out starter packs to pouring beer to assisting with the seminars. Every job, no matter how big or small, is important.
A range of sponsorship options are slao available for enlightened businesses looking to connect with discerning consumers and the brewing industry’s decision makers.
To find out more information, or fill in a registration form got to the event website here