Through the Drinking Glass and the Story of Alcohol – 7pm, March 26th
Alcohol has been made by humans for thousands of years and is intimately linked with human history. The ancient art forms of brewing, winemaking and distilling are now regarded as true scientific disciplines.
This talk from Prof Graeme Walker from the University of Abertay will explain how beer, wine, whisky and other alcoholic drinks are made and will discuss some of the advances associated with modern production.
In recent times bioethanol has become a very valuable source of renewable energy as a biofuel. Graeme’s talk will also cover pros and cons of global fuel alcohol production
Join us at the award winning Chambers Coffeehouse and Restaurant, 34 South Tay Street for this intriguing discussion on Monday 26th March 2012 at 7pm.
Chambers will serve a selection of their delicious HOT MEALS until 6:15pm, followed by snacks and hot drinks during the talk. Please see their website for a menu and more information.
This is a FREE event and EVERYONE IS WELCOME. There is no need to book in advance but arrive early to avoid disappointment.