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Is Beer The New Wine?

Press Release
24 January 2008

Is Beer The New Wine?

(of course it is…)

BrewNZ is set to scale new heights as a result of The Brewers Guild of New Zealand’s new partnership with premium event company – Clockwork (Winners of the 2007 Corporate Events Guide People’s Choice Award for Best Conference & Event Organisers).

With the emphasis on showcasing all that’s best in beer, the Brewers Guild of New Zealand is confident that, with Clockwork on board, this year’s much anticipated BrewNZ will be bigger and better than ever before!

For 2008 BrewNZ will be looking to attract female and males alike; through well known chefs educating guests on food and beer matches, opportunities to speak with the brewers themselves, learning about the health benefits and of course enjoying good company with fellow connoisseurs and about-to-be connoisseurs. Because, of course, Beer is the new Wine…

Scheduled for autumn 2008, BrewNZ will, once again, return to Wellington. Dates will be announced very soon. Details on sponsorship packages, programme and ticket sales will also be available soon.

However, if you are interested in sponsoring these events, please phone Lisa Garrity at Clockwork on 0800 CLOCKWORK (0800 256 259)

ENDS


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