Monday, 29 September 2008

The IPA Come Through..

There they are...photo via Mr. Whisper. Usual rules apply.

A few IPA related bits and bobs to tell you about

This event looks interesting. Facebook page is here. All being well, muggins here will be there (I like Short & Sweet as well, but it's not an IPA affiliated event).

The lovely Adah at the IPA has also informed me about the following events at London Universities (a few of which are in the past...oops, should have blogged it sooner):

FRIDAY, 26 September
Goldsmiths, Freshers' Fayre, Students' Union Building, 1:30 - 2:30pm

UCL 3pm - 4pm Entrance: Wilkins Building, North Cloisters

TUESDAY 30th September
London Metropolitan University - City Campus at 84 Moorgate, London EC2M 6SQ
lunch time

WEDNESDAY, 1st October
University of the Arts at the Truman Brewery 4pm till 6pm

FRIDAY, 3rd October
Westminster University, Harrow Freshers Fayre, Sports hall, 2:30-3:30pm

Worth popping along to one of them, if you're keen to get into this crazy bidness...

3 comments:

peter said...

There's some brilliant stuff about how they build a culture that makes risk taking more comfortable and how they have built a company that lets people do the best work of their lives.
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rose said...

India Pale Ales are generally viewed as the most bitter and hoppy of ales.They are generally pale in color,assertively hopped,and have a malt backbone that supports its aggressive hop profile.There are definite differences among English and American styles.In this tasting,I feel like each beer sort-of represented each country.Southern Tier IPA is an excellent example of the refreshing,hop-forward version of the style that is increasingly popular in the US.
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rosejenifar
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Sam said...

Precisely that Rose.

Except we're not talking about beer. Yet.