Pioneers, trendsetters and market leaders in the growth fields of craft spirits, craft beer and cider will be presenting themselves in our hall 7.0 from 10-12 March 2024 - above all for trade visitors from the trend gastronomy, bar scene, but also the food retail trade, the trend show same but different is just the place to be.
With innovative suppliers from all over the world, the trend show same but different at the heart of ProWein Düsseldorf is a home base for trend seekers and all those who want to think outside the box and get inspired.
Further information about the exhibitors and products can be found here
As international as ProWein is - so international is the range of products at same but different. The around 120 exhibitors at ProWein 2023 came from the following 26 countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Peru, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Singapore, Spain, Czech Republic, Ukraine, USA.
The secret of success and trademark of same but different is the unique spirit and ambience, followed by a lively exchange with the sometimes unconventional producers who shape the action in the exhibition hall. The inspiring tastings take place at the stands.
BARLEY GOES ROUND THE WORLD THE NEW WORLD OF WHISKEY
A classic that people never tire of – whisky. Many might first think of Scotland. And in actual fact, many parts of the world were inspired by the Scottish tradition and its distillation methods making whisky an international product today – but usually with a hint of Scotland.
A central theme is alcohol-free - whether in craft beer or craft spirits. Above all, trendsetter Siegfried Rheinland Dry Gin has made headlines with its "Wonderleaf" since 2018, the premiere year of same but different. The spectrum of comparable products - and thus the choice for trade buyers from the gastronomy, hotel and retail sectors - has increased rapidly since then.
Dr. Jaglas GmbH from Berlin, for example, has caused a sensation with its alcohol-free hibiscus aperitif - and certainly not only because Dr. Christina Jagla, a pharmacist, is the founder and managing director.