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5 Reasons Why Every Bartender Should Go to Bar Convent Brooklyn

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Bar Convent Brooklyn will become the epicenter of the bar and beverage world on June 11 and 12. Top industry insiders and brands will be in town for the second-annual event. Haven’t heard of Bar Convent Brooklyn? Read on to see why you should save the date and plan your trip to Brooklyn, N.Y., this summer.

  • Experience More Than 300 Carefully Selected Brands

    More than 300 premium and craft spirit brands are going to create immersive experiential activations. They’ll set up exhibits, host tastings, give cocktail presentations and launch new products exclusively at Bar Convent Brooklyn.

  • Connect with Your Community

    World-famous and emerging brands won’t be the only names at Bar Convent Brooklyn. It’s a chance to engage with your community and network with thousands of other bartenders, bar owners, distributors and other industry professionals from around the world.

  • Boost Your Skills and Knowledge

    Bar Convent Brooklyn features more than 55 education sessions that will keep you up to date on industry trends and innovative processes, through live demonstrations, informal presentations with experts and much more.

  • Get Tickets at an Unbelievable Price

    Early bird tickets are available for only $48 (through April 15). Want a shot at free tickets? You should enter the Bartenders x BCB Brooklyn Sweepstakes. You could be one of three winners to get free VIP tickets, hotel accommodations and flights.

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  • Visit the Amazing Place That Is Brooklyn

    Bar Convent originated in Berlin in 2007 and is currently the leading bar and beverage trade show in Europe. When it decided to expand to the U.S, choosing to host the event in Brooklyn was an easy decision. Brooklyn is home to some of the most exciting bars and restaurants in the country. You can explore them before, during and after Bar Convent Brooklyn. You might even see the cutting-edge practices and trends you learned about in action.