Taiwan: US Hoppy Duo IPA Outreach Brewing Partnership Success

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   TW2024-0020
The U.S. Hoppy Duo IPA trade outreach event, featuring lead brewmasters from Sierra Nevada and Fremont breweries, achieved remarkable success in strengthening relations between the U.S. and Taiwan’s craft beer industries. At this event, approximately sixty professionals from Taiwan’s craft beer sector gained insights into IPA styles, brewing techniques, and the use of U.S. ingredients. Consequently, thirteen local breweries pledged to feature IPAs made with U.S. hops at an upcoming IPA festival organized by the ATO. This initiative not only highlighted U.S. innovation in the IPA sector but also laid the groundwork for future collaborations and potential malt sales, affirming the effectiveness of the ATO’s efforts in connecting the craft beer communities of the U.S. and Taiwan.

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