Low 2 No Bev trade show to make its debut on 9-10 June

By BigHospitality

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Low 2 No Bev UK hospitality sector trade show for low and non-alcoholic drinks to take place in London 9-10 June.

Related tags: non-alcoholic drinks, alcohol free, Soft drink, Restaurant, Public house

Low 2 No Bev, the UK hospitality sector’s first dedicated B2B show for the low and non-alcoholic drinks categories, will take place in the capital on 9-10 June.

The dedicated trade event has been designed to support the growth of the burgeoning low to no beverage sector and will be held at London’s The Old Truman Brewery. It follows the cancellation of the inaugural event last year due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Organised by BigHospitality and Restaurant magazine publisher William Reed, the trade event will give the sector its own voice and support its future growth. From low-abv beers, ciders, wines and spirits to premium soft drinks, cordials and mixers, it will be the must-attend event for anyone who sources and buys low and no-alcohol beverages across retail, hospitality, convenience and the on/off licensed trade

As well as numerous exhibitors, the event will host Quench Live, featuring a line-up of sessions and industry speakers that will address subjects across the low and non-alcoholic drinks spectrum. A full line up of speakers will be announced in due course.

William Reed has worked closely with the Association of Event Organisers (AEO) in developing the industry wide All Secure Standards, designed to provide the highest levels of hygiene and safety, allowing its shows to operate effectively and safely according to Government and local authority guidance. 

For more information on exhibiting at the show or registering interest as a visitor, email: whyvr.nqyvatgba@jeoz.pbz​ or visit the website here.

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