Something’s Brewing established Business Partnerships
Since the launch of the Beverage Standards Association’s Something’s Brewing e-publication in August 2020 the magazine has established a substantial following from people and businesses involved in the Hospitality sector.
We are delighted to confirm that BWT UK Limited and Caffe Culture will continue in 2023 to support and strengthen the education, quality, influence and scope of Something’s Brewing.
Steve Slark, Chairman of the BSA said “It is tremendous that these two companies, each leaders in their own field of expertise continue to support our publication, Something’s Brewing”. Slark continued, “Working with BWT UK & Caffe Culture and allows all of us to build upon the Association’s achievements established over many years. Something’s Brewing is a dynamic magazine designed to showcase innovation, offer education, information, advice and provide insight into every aspect of a sector where beverage equipment, water filtration, spare parts and training are increasingly important to today’s hospitality businesses. We are certainly thrilled to work with all of them”.
Will Hinton, National Sales Manager commented on the 2023 Something’s Brewing Partnership, “BWT water+more found their first two years partnering with the BSA’s Something’s Brewing magazine was so successful they were delighted to renew for a third year! To date, they say, content has been relevant, slick and professional.”
The BWT water+more message to readers is about the many benefits of ‘getting water right’. This matters in ALL catering environments, but especially for quality Coffee and Tea, where it is over 90% of the final beverage. Using the latest technology, the team at BWT water+more optimise tap water to create premium hot and cold beverages and minimise equipment damage. They also promote a powerful CSR programme focussed on alleviating drinking water poverty across the world with their message and logo ‘Change the world – sip by sip’.
As an extra bonus, in 2022 BWT water+more begin a three year partnership with The SCA and the World Barista Championships, which we expect will give articles some interesting perspectives for regular and new readers alike.
Elliot Gard, Director said “Caffe Culture has worked with the Beverage Standards Association for many years. We are delighted to be Partners with the Association’s EMagazine Something’s Brewing and we will be keeping BSA Members’ and Supporters updated through this excellent magazine.”
The UK’s premier trade show for the coffee and café bar industry is back for 2023 at London’s Business Design Centre on 3-4 October. Over 3,500 coffee shop owners and senior buyers from the multiples and high street chains will attend the event to source the latest products and services from 100s of the industry’s most innovative brands.
All participants at the event will come together for two days of business and networking in a very conducive and vibrant setting. A full programme of features and compelling talks are also freely available to all, including two full days of panel discussions and debates from 50+ leading experts, two Brew Bars, the UK’s largest array of Roasters, SCA barista competitions, and plenty of hands-on training and workshops.
For those interested in exhibiting or visiting, you can complete one of our enquiry forms on our website where you will find more information about the show – www.caffecultureshow.com
If you would like to learn more about the Beverage Standards Association contact Steve Slark at email@example.com or visit our web site www.beveragestandardsassociation.co.uk.