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Join us on Friday 1st December as our speaker panel explores the world of the much loved beverage, beer. We will be joined by a line-up of highly acclaimed experts in the Beer Industry who will be discussing their speciality and what to them defines a good beer.
Pete Brown is the author of ‘Miracle Brew’ and four other bestselling beer titles around the observation and history of beer. He was once named joint-37th most influential person in the British pub industry. ‘Miracle Brew’ explores how Beer is traditionally made from four natural ingredients: malted barley, hops, yeast and water, and each of these has an incredible story to tell.
Melissa Cole is an award winning Beer and Food writer, her book ‘The Little Book of Craft Beer’ combines good-quality brews and delicious food. It celebrates over 100 of the world’s most innovative and tastiest beers and helps point you in the right direction to find the perfect brew for you.
Ruth Mitchell is a Certified Cicerone, qualified Beer Sommelier and Multiples Account Manager for West Berkshire Brewery.
Roger Protz has written many bestselling books, with his latest publication ‘IPA’ focusing on the rebirth of IPA or India Pale Ale as one of the most popular styles in today’s craft beer revolution. Roger is also the editor of the yearly CAMRA Good Beer Guide.
This event is supported by West Berkshire Brewery who will be on hand to offer a taste of their delicious brews, giving the opportunity to sample their beer (which is included in your ticket!). West Berkshire Brewery is known for their award-winning range of traditional cask ales and bottled beers having won more than 40 awards since they struck their first brew in 1995. They champion traditional brewing techniques and showcase British hops to produce high quality, distinctive and award-winning real ales.