Braukunst Live 2014 (München)

From the web site:

The Braukunst Live! Festival is the biggest festival for craft beers and beer specialties in the German speaking countries. After a very successful premiere show in 2012, the second edition in 2013 turned into a true breakthrough-event with more than 100% growth in visitors and breweries alike.

Beer List:

German craft beer culture – finally – is getting more and more momentum. The conversation nicely reflects the “magic of the moment” of three truly wonderful days at the cradle of German craft beer movement….spent in good company of more than 80 breweries from 9 countries and more than 5.000 visitors.  

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  • Robert P.

    Short Update on our Event-Website:

    Beside a compact general overview you can find:
    - a planner guiding you through the festival program, it let's you organise the stage shows and master classes you want to visit and prevents conflicts
    - a beer planner where you can select and sort the beers you want to drink (includes booth number for the beers to help navigating throgh the festival)
    - a compact list of exhibitors (by name or region)
    - some short reviews of last years exhibitors

    Looking forward to see you all next weekend in Munich.

    2 · February 15, 2014

    • Rory


      February 16, 2014

  • Rory

    The beer list is also now available. I highly (!) recommend reading through this in advance of the festival, or you will be overwhelmed:

    February 14, 2014

  • Robert P.

    Hi guys, here's the stage program along with a tool to plan what you want to attend:

    Maybe that's important for you planning your trip. Master Classes will be added as soon as they are known.

    2 · February 12, 2014

  • Trent zum M.

    Hi fellow beer lovers. Is there a core day when most of you will be going? Though I'd love to spend three days at the fair...

    February 12, 2014

  • Rory

    Hi folks... I won't be organising any group travel or accommodation for this event, as everyone will have their own agenda and I will make my own way to München in advance of the festival.

    In the interests of avoiding long drawn out discussions: unless you are offering/volunteering places in your car / rail-ticket, please contact each other privately via the message function.

    January 27, 2014

  • Jiri

    And how do you want to get there?

    January 27, 2014

    • Knut G.

      Did you ask me? I thought that there might be some people who get there by car. In case you do so and still have a seat available: Would you mind to take me with you?

      January 27, 2014

    • Knut G.

      I would especially like to get from Berlin to Munich on Friday when the festival starts. And if you already take other people with you and head back to Berlin on Sunday evening or Monday morning than I would also do this ride with you.

      January 27, 2014

  • Knut G.

    Hej hej! I actually joined the group for one purpose: to find somebody who would be so nice to take me with him or her from/to Berlin. We would share the travel expanses, of course. Mother toungue is German but my English skills are quite OK.

    January 22, 2014

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    Belgian Tripels, Imperial Stouts & Homebrew of all origins, Organizer
    Event Host
  • Robert P. +2
    Westvleteren Blonde, Midtfyns - De Molen X-Porter
  • James T. +2
    Cuvée des Jacobins from Bockor
  • Felix Vom E.
    Pliny the Elder
  • Koyka S. +1
    UK ales & Störtebeker
  • Trent zum M.
    Trappist ales
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