A group of beer-loving women is holding a beer and cheese tasting in central London next Wednesday, 8 October, to encourage more women to discover the delights of our national drink. Dea Latis – named after the Celtic goddess of beer and water – was established by a handful of women working in pubs and breweries, and hosts regular tastings to demonstrate beer’s versatility as a partner with different foods. The beer and cheese tasting is being held on: Date: Wednesday 8th October Time: 3.00 – 5.00 pm Venue: The Bishops Finger, 9-10 West Smithfield, London EC1A 9JR Guests will be offered five different beer and cheese combinations, from goat’s cheese and fruit beer to traditional ale and cheddar. Hosting the event and explaining the beer and cheese matches is Annabel Smith, one of the country’s only female Beer Sommeliers. Annabel says, “The hallmark of a great match of beer and cheese, or indeed any food and drink, is that they enhance each other’s taste. Beer works especially well with cheese as its natural carbonation cuts through …
Date: Tuesday 25th March Time: 2.00 – 4.00 pm Venue: The Clarence, 53 Whitehall, London SW1A 2HP We’re delighted to be staging our fifth annual Dea Latis Beer & Chocolate tasting. This time, we’re holding it central London and we hope many of you will be able to join us to taste two of our favourite things in life! Once again, we’ll be tasting a number of chocolates with beers specially chosen to complement them, with guidance from beer sommelier Annabel Smith and other experts. So whether you’re a lover of beer, or chocolate, or both, please join us for this enjoyable and informative event. Tickets, including beers, chocolates, expert talks and tea/coffee, cost £17 per person. Please visit our Eventbrite page to buy tickets: http://bit.ly/1fKLa8W If you have recently signed up to become a Dea Latis corporate member, discounted entry is available, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to put your name on the list.
Great piece about what pubs can do to improve their beer service to women. You can read it HERE
Well done to the brewsters who have organised this weekend’s beer festival. All beers brewed by women. Wish I was a bit closer to Leicester! http://www.thisisleicestershire.co.uk/Brewers-putting-ale-female/story-15198794-detail/story.html