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Von Mexico-City nach Guadalajara

Christiane Appel, m+a - Monday, July 29, 2019    

Von Mexico-City nach Guadalajara
© NürnbergMesse / Frank Boxler

Ursprünglich sollte sie in Mexiko-City veranstaltet werden. Noch vor der Premiere zieht der neue Ableger nun um. Die Beviale Mexico der Nürnbergmesse soll nun vom 29. bis 31. Juli 2020 in der Guadalajara über die Bühne gehen, der Stadt, in der Corona hergestellt wird. Als erste Getränkemesse in Lateinamerika will die Beviale Mexico die gesamte Prozesskette abbilden. Der mexikanische Handwerksbierverband Acermex (Asociación Cervecera de la República Mexicana) ist Partner der Veranstaltung.


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Märkte | Beviale Mexico | Brau Beviale | Nürnbergmesse | Mexico City | Guadalajara | Amerika | Getränkemesse | Lateinamerika | Acermex