Don’t forget folks, starting this Thursday is Good Beer Wheaty!
There is an awesome selection of events happening, but if you’ll indulge us for a moment, we’re involved in an event on Saturday the 16th 3pm-5pm:
Home Brewer Vs Pro Brewer Vs Hops
Ticketed Tasting with HopCo (TAS), SABC (SA), Pirate Life (SA), Young Henrys (AUS) & Wheaty Brewing Corps (SA) $20+bf Tickets HERE
We’ll have some members beers for tasting during the event!
Click here for the full program as provided by The Wheaty
This is not a subsidised member event, however we would like to encourage everyone to grab a ticket and come along. Bring a friend!
The previous version of this post mentioned the meeting was in August. This was incorrect. The meeting is on May 20th.
Our May meeting will be something a little different to the usual members meeting. We’ve teamed up with Pint of Science for this meeting and, as outlined below, the program will be of interest to our members. There’s a $5 charge to attend this meeting, but members will receive a free beer in return for their attendance.
What is Pint of Science?
New scientific discoveries are happening all the time, fascinating developments which will change the future of the human race. But how often are you given the chance to really understand how these discoveries are made and what they mean?
The Pint of Science festival will have some of world’s best scientific researchers go to pubs across Australia to discuss their latest findings with you. This is your chance to get face-to-face with the people involved in carrying out current research. You can listen to them talk, or just enjoy a chat over a pint.
The festival will have two fixtures in Adelaide on the 19th and the 20th May 2015. These fixtures will be part of a wider program occurring in 40 cities and across 8 countries. Tickets and details available from http://pintofscience.com.au/adelaide/
From the hop to the drop: the science of brewing
Wed 20th May 6 – 9 pm @ The Wheatsheaf Hotel 39 George St Thebarton
Enjoy the ride while our expert speakers take you through the brewing process and the tasting experience of bespoke beers at an iconic Adelaide microbrewery
Dr. Peter Speck: a microbiological feast with barley, water, hops and yeast
Briony Liebich: some olfactory insights and the sensory delights of beer
Jeff Goodieson: beauty is in the eye of the beer holder, a brewers perspective