Glasgow Beer Week. It's about the history of Lager in Britain which, if you've been paying any attention at all the last two weeks, you'll have noticed I've been researching.
Being a worrier, I'm fretting that no-one will turn up. Hence this reminder. If you're in the glasgow area on Monday, please drop by WEST.
It's billed as a short talk. That was certainly the idea in the beginning, a quick 20-minute chat about Lager. But, like many of my projects, it quickly started getting out of hand. After some vicious trimming, I think I've got it down to 35 to 40 minutes. Depending on how quickly I speak. The full version I'll most likely publish as a novel.
These are the details:
WEST Bar, Brewery & Restaurant
19:00 to 21:30
Snug beers and snug bars - Autumn, season of mists and mellow, fruity ales, as John Keats might have written, if he hadn’t been more of a blushful hippocrene, beaker of the warm Sout...
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