You missed our TAPROOM event?
Well, let us tell you what you missed so next time you don’t. OTB organised a multiplier event for the “TAPROOM: Training in the Production and Marketing of Organic and Craft Beer” project.
After two years of working on this project within an amazing partnership, we have learned so much, especially about beer. For example – did you know that women were the main brewers before the Middle Ages? Or that China was the leading producer of beer in terms of production volume in 2020 with around 341.11 million hectolitres of beer brewed? What about this: Anheuser-Busch InBev (Belgium) is the largest beer company in the world with a product portfolio of 500 beer brands. These are some intriguing facts indeed!
With the TAPROOM project coming to an end, we are also proud to have created something amazing throughout this project.
The project produced a tailored Learning Model, a Multidisciplinary training course, a Manual for trainers for course conduction, an E-Learning Platform with interactive repository section, and a Guidebook on certification of organic and craft beer production and marketing. You can check all the materials and learn something new right here.
In case you want to jump right on the TRAINING IN PRODUCTION AND MARKETING OF ORGANIC AND CRAFT BEER, here you can find the free course (24/7 access to TAPROOM online training; Multilingual content in five languages: English, French, German, Italian, Bulgarian; Access to various media – text, audio, video, chat, etc.; and Personalized accounts for learners and trainers).
Our event to promote this project was organised in MAISON D’ISTRIE, Brussels. So, besides the great insights in this project, we had an amazing networking time accompanied by amazing food and music.
The TAPROOM project is implemented by 5 partners from Malta (Malta Business Foundation), Belgium (Out of the Box International), Italy (GAL Molise Verso il 2000), Bulgaria (AVA Creations Foundation) and Germany (Italienische Handelskammer München-Stuttgart Camera di Commercio Italo-Tedesca).
The project is co-financed by the Erasmus+ KA2 Programme of the European Commission