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EBC Symposium


WRCLW becomes the first city in Poland to host EBC Symposium

World brewers visit WRCLW

Schöps beer is making its debut on Tuesday at Browar Stu Mostów. The invited guests include scientists and brewing technologists from all over Europe. Feel invited to join us. Here is the event’s schedule:

The EBC Symposium is being held in WRCLW for the first time in history. The city is turning into the place to exchange knowledge and experience between scientists and brewing specialists. Aside European Brewing Conventions, the EBC symposiums are the most important events on the brewing industry agenda. This year the symposium is taking place in Poland for the first time in the nearly 700-year- old history of the meetings. It is no coincidence WRCLW has been nominated the host. It is known as the Good Beer Capital known for a long-established brewing tradition and rich culture. This year WRCW is also the European Culture Capital. During their stay in Wrocław, guests will have the chance to take a tour around the Brewery and get to know the project in detail: “Browar Stu Mostów project planning and commissioning a craft brewery project in Poland.”

Tuesday night the Symposium guests are going to participate in the debut of WRCLW Schöps brewed based on a traditional recipe recreated over a year ago in cooperation with Distelhäuser Brauerei.

Members of the Brewing Science Group are going to visit the Wrocław University of Life and Environmental Sciences, which is opening a post-graduate program in the brewing technology this October.

We’re going to talk about “The Importance of Wrocław on the Polish beer map” and share our experiences on cooperation with the university “Strategic alliance with Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences, specifically hands- on experiences of our brewers and graduates of the Nutrition Department of the university as well as our joined research projects and student training sessions.

 It’s hard to imagine educating future brewing technologists without close cooperation with the industry itself. Academic knowledge is the strong foundation but it is definitely hands-on experience that makes you the expert. That’s why our curriculum includes a large number of workshops led by experienced brewers, specialists in their field.” Prof. Joanna Kawa-Rygielska, Wrocław University of Life and Environmental Sciences.