Beer is a Conversation: Luke Corbin

Beer is a Conversation is our weekly sit down with some of the people who make the beer industry the interesting and dynamic thing that it is and through these conversations we dig a little deeper into the stories behind the business of beer and brewing.

This week we chat with Luke Corbin an Australian working with Myanmar’s first modern brewery, Burbrit Brewery.

This conversation came out of a chance meeting at the recent SEA Brew conference in Bangkok. Luke, a home brewer and one of the founders of Melbourne’s Merri Mashers homebrew club, is also a PhD candidate in Anthropology at the College of Asia & the Pacific, Australian National University. He came to be in Myanmar as part of his doctoral fieldwork and ended up working for the country’s first modern brewery.

This is a fascinating chat about beer, brewing and the drinking culture in a very exotic location.

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