And as I try to promote my book.
I think I've come up with some fascinating little chats. If you're a hard-core beer history geek. Not sure how many of those there are. A few, judging by the size of some of my audiences.
If you'd like to hear me pontificate on a beer history topic, just get in touch. My rates are very reasonable. These are the talks I currently have written:
|Brettanomyces in British Brewing||45 minutes|
|The Home Brewer’s Guide to Vintage Beer||45 minutes|
|The Home Brewer’s Guide to Vintage Beer||60 minutes|
|British Beer Styles: A Short History||60 minutes|
|The History of British Lager||60 minutes|
|Dutch Lager Styles||45 minutes|
|German Sour Styles||45 minutes|
|18th Century English brewing||75 minutes|
|Berliner Weisse||60 minutes|
|International cooperation in the 19th-century brewing industry||45 minutes|
Or if you've a topic you'd like me to cover, I can be persuaded to write a new one. If you ask nicely and flutter your eyelashes.
If nothing else, my talks are a good chance to flog a few books.
The Home Brewer's Guide to Vintage Beer