Tickets are still available for the Dea Latis Brewsters’ Brunch, taking part on Saturday 23 July as part of the Birmingham Beer Bash.
Michelle Kelsall from Offbeat Brewery in Cheshire, Gwen Sanchirico a native New Yorker now brewing at Sacre Brew in Wolverhampton and Sarah John from Swansea’s Boss Brewing will be providing beers and sharing their experiences as women in the male dominated brewing industry.
Hosted by one of the UK’s first female beer sommeliers and one of the Dea Latis founding members, Annabel Smith, the Brewsters’ Brunch is not a women-only event but the aim is to encourage women to go along from 10am to midday to enjoy the tasting of six beers brewed by women. The accompanying brunch will be provided by Peel & Stone, Birmingham’s top independent bakery based in the Jewellery Quarter.
The beers being sampled have been confirmed as:
- Offbeat Brewery’s Steampunk’d Amarillo IPA
- Offbeat Brewery’s Unhinged Ginger
- Boss Brewery’s Black (stout)
- Boss Brewery’s Brave (an American IPA)
- Sacre Brew’s Sirenia (a Lemongrass Wheat beer)
- Sacre Brew’s Man On The Oss (a Rye Saison)
For a preview of the Birmingham Beer Bash, read this article in the Birmingham Mail.
To buy tickets, go to Eventbrite: