Oxford University Society Bristol & Bath
- Book Club
- Friends Projects
Date: Thursday, 11 May 2017
Venue: Brewhouse and Kitchen, 31-35 Cotham Hill, Clifton, Bristol BS6 6JY
Can you tell the difference between a stout and a porter?
Do you know how to identify a gueuse or a lambic from a saison?
Know your Chinook from your Equinox?
Mystified, excited or just plain interested - the Beer Masterclass organised by OUSBB unravelled the secrets of beer styles, hops, and beer brewing. It was held at the Brewhouse and Kitchen in Cotham, just off Whiteladies Road and close to Clifton Down station. The evening included: an explanation of the beer brewing process and a “tour” of the microbrewery at the pub; tasting of 8 different beer styles; tasting notes and materials; and in-between beers nibbles. For those who fancied it, there was an option for a burger and fries meal (or a vegetarian option) to finish off the evening.
This event was open to OUS Bristol and Bath members, and their guests, friends and family. All participants had to be over 18.
The venue was wheelchair accessible.
The next book club meeting will take place in January 2018:
Date and time: 7 pm, Thu, 4 Jan 2018
Venue: Central Bristol
Book: Edmund Burke: The Visionary who Invented Modern Politics, Jesse Norman
If you're interested in joining please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are pleased to invite members and guests to our latest event - a themed wine tasting class. The tasting is themed "Europe versus the Rest of the World" and will be led by qualified wine instructor Ian Abrahams.
The dinner menu for the Annual General Meeting has been made available: