Brewing Conference Bangkok 2017
A joint project of the Thailand Beer Industry Guild (TBIG) and VLB Berlin
Venue: Bangkok, Language: English
Under the general headline "Curious about Diversity" the conference will provide a vital technical update and opportunity for industry professionals from the brewing and beverage industry. It is focused not only on Thailand but on the whole South East Asia (ASEAN) region. Leading international experts will present a series of informative presentations on the latest key topics with a focus on the environment, sustainability and efficiency. Alongside the conference there will be many opportunities to network, strengthen existing business relationships and make new ones.
Sunday, 11 June 2017
Technical visits: Thai Bev Can / Heineken
Monday, 12 June 2017
Technical Sessions / Evening Event "Art & Craft"
Tuesday, 13 June 2017
Technical Session / Farewell party at the BITEC
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Registration fee (Early booking until 19 May):
Delegate from beer & beverage producers: 3000 THB/100 US-$ (4150 THB/120 USD from 20 May)
Delegate from the supply industry and consultants: 9900 THB / 300 US-$ (12,100 THB/350 USD from 20 May)
Contact: Olaf Hendel
See our report about the Brewing Conference Bangkok 2015.
- Sunday, 11. June 2017Show Program08:30 - 16:00Bangkok 2017, SundayTechnical Visits
Start Program & SpeakersTechnical Visits 7:30Registration for the technical visits at the BITEC Bangna 8:30Bus departure 10:30Technical visit: Heineken Brewery (limited to 40 persons) 10:30Technical visit: Thai Bev Can (limited to 150 persons) 15:00Return to the BITECsubject to change
- Monday, 12. June 2017Show Program08:00 - 22:00Bangkok 2017, MondayTechnical Sessions, Evening Event
Start Program & Speakers 7:30Registration at the BITEC BangnaOpening Session 9:00WelcomeChonlada Manakul, Ms. (Thailand Beer Industry Guild - TBIG / Boon Rawd Brewery, Thailand ) / Dr. Josef Fontaine, Mr. (VLB Berlin) 9:15Beer in Southeast Asia: Trends and opportunitiesAndrea Lianto, Ms. (Euromonitor International, Singapore) 10:00Craft Beer in Asia: Trends, success factors & prospects from the viewpoint of an US-American brewer in ChinaCarl Setzer, Mr. (Great Leap Brewing, Beijing, China)Session 1: Brewing Technology and Process Optimization - Brew House 10:30Rediscovering husk seperationMarc Eckert, Mr. (Buehler, Switzerland) 11:00The transformation of old tradition – A novel brewhouse conceptKonstantin Ziller, Mr. (Ziemann-Holvrieka, Germany) 11:30Lautering systems: Aspects regarding flexibilityRoberto Biurrun, Mr. (VLB Berlin, Germany) 12:00Lunch breakSession 2: Brewing Technology and Process Optimization - Fermentation & Filtration 13:00“Poseidon” – Flexibility in fermentation and storageFelix Burberg, Mr. (Krones AG, Germany) 13:30Active dry yeast: Demystification, concept and illustration of beer diversificationKrishna Rajiv, Mr. (Fermentis, France) 14:00Pitching multiple brews versus first brew pitching – Advantages and disadvantages and its influence on beer quality parametersNarathip Thong-ngok, Mr. (Boon Rawd Brewery, Thailand) 14:30Membrane filtration for a flexible, reliable brewing processDr. Roland Folz, Mr. (Pentair, The Netherlands) 15:00Break 15:30Keep it craft - How to increase productivity while maintaining genuine qualityEric Borremans, Mr. (Alfa Laval China) 16:00Diversity through filtration – An overview about current and advanced technologiesRobin Brister, Mr. (Pall) 16:30End of lecture programme 17:30Departure of the bussesSocial Program 18:30Evening Event: Welcome party “Art & Craft” at the “Tha Maharaj” at the bank of the Chao Phraya river 22:00Endsubject to change
- Tuesday, 13. June 2017Show Program09:00 - 21:00Bangkok 2017, TuesdayTechical Sessions / Farewell Party
Start Program & SpeakersSession 3: Diversity & Sustainability – A Contradiction? 9:00Further use of PVPP regeneration caustic for CIP applications – A significant step to enhance an environmental friendly beer productionDr. Deniz Bilge, Mr. (VLB Berlin) 9:30A holistic approach to address the hygiene & sustainability challenges facing the Asian brewing industryCem Sengezer, Mr. (SealedAir) 10:00Identifying hidden opportunities in your brewery operations: Benefits of a total plant approachDavid Andrews, Mr. (Ecolab) 10:30Coffee break 11:00Enabling brewers for future challenges and opportunitiesJaydeep Chatterjee, Mr. (Dupont) 11:30Sustainability brings diversity to the brewing industryThomas Zimmermann, Mr. / Hendrik Rosenthal, Mr. (BASF, Singapore) 12:00Lunch breakSession 4: How to handle Diversity in Filling & Packaging 13:00Modular machines and new concepts for data-driven services in filling and packaging linesDr. Peter Stelter, Mr. (KHS, Germany) 13:30“Flying changeover”: A successful approach to reduce changeover timesTimo Frankl, Mr. (KRONES AG, Germany)Session 5: Product Development & Quality Aspects 14:00From leaf hops to special products – Various aspects of the resulting beerFrank Peifer, Mr. (Hopsteiner) 14:30Go for Gluten-free beer – Production of perfect beer from malted barley beer without glutenSiaw Yon-Miaw, Mr. (DSM) 15:00Coffee break 15:30Microbiological risk assessment in beers with different quality parametersSorasit Chatwatthanakun, Mr. (Boon Rawd Brewery, Thailand) 16:00Sensory Analysis: Hidden information – Visually unlockedJohannes Fuchs, Mr. (VLB Berlin) 16:30The language of hops – How to implement and apply a common description for hop flavoursDr. Christina Schönberger, Ms. (Barth-Haas Group, Germany) 17:00Product diversity from a laboratory's perspective – Nobody said It would be easyDr. Nils Rettberg, Mr. (VLB Berlin) 17:30Closing remarksSocial Program 18:30Farewell partyBITEC 21:00End of conferencesubject to change