European Beer Consumers’ Union
What is the EBCU?
EBCU is a non-political, non-religious organisation formed in May 1990 by the national beer consumer in Bruges, Belgium, by three national beer organisations: CAMRA (United Kingdom), Objectieve Bierproevers (Belgium, now Zythos) and PINT (Netherlands), to give voice to the beer consumer at the European level, both within and beyond the European Union (EU).
Beer, the enjoyable low alcohol drink of the general public for every
occasion, has played and continues to play a major role in European
culture, history, society, local communities and the wider economy.
Who can join the EBCU?
Membership of EBCU is open to all non-exclusive national organisations of beer consumers, provided they are independent of all outside influence, represent the beer consumer and can wholeheartedly endorse certain aims and objectives.
The European Beer Consumers Union (EBCU) wrapped up its 68th Delegates Meeting, held at the Musée de la Brasserie, Saint-Nicolas-de-Port,...
BRUSSELS, 1st of October 2023 — The European Beer Consumers Union (EBCU), along with its 19 member organisations representing 17...
European Beer Consumers Union (EBCU) is excited to announce the launch of a new survey aimed at gathering the insights of beer consumers...
European Beer Consumers Union unveils its new guide to the beer styles of Europe and beyond - the world's first on-line consumer guide to...
EBCU has chosen to endorse the France Bière Challenge. The beer competition is organized every year with the best available French beers...
EBCU had its 66th Delegates meeting last week-end in Dublin, Ireland. Bo L. Jensen (Danske Ølentusiaster – Denmark) stepped down from the...
Meet the president of the EBCU
André was elected for EBCU Executive in 2017 after being a delegate for Olutliitto, Finland since 2008. He mainly works as a software engineer but also as a beer journalist and is often judging in different beer competitions with a wide knowledge of beer styles coming from over 20 years of home brewing. Living in Helsinki, André has a good knowledge of the Nordic alcohol monopolies and how they affect the beer consumer.
Focus organisations in EBCU: SPP, Bjórmenningarfélag Íslands, SÖ and CAMRA
Was elected for EBCU executive in 2018 and chairman in 2022.