ANHC at good Beer Week in Melbourne

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G'day Everyone,

The Australian National Homebrewing Conference is going to be putting on a couple of events you may be interested in next month. We hope to see you at one or both...

Friday May 24th: The ANHC Food and Beer Pairing Dinner

Venue: William Angliss restaurant
555 Lt Lonsdale St, Melbourne.

Time: 6.30pm for a 7pm start.

Tickets - $99, available from the Good Beer Week website

Yes, it's on again. Now an established Annual event, we've brought the dinner forward this year to coincide with Good Beer Week. This is the only pairing dinner you'll find nationally that brings you unique beers brewed in the homes of the best amateur brewers in the country and serves it up with some of the best food you'll experience, prepared by the best up-and-coming chefs in Australia.

We're bringing back the unique talents of William Angliss Institute to deliver a sublime cullinary experience, so this is definitely one to not miss out on.

The brewers this year are all Victorian boys, and I'll be bringing you a profile from each of them over the next couple of weeks. First up...

Bryce van Denderen: Bayside Brewers

Bryce brewed his first batch of beer in 1988 and moved from extract to all-grain brewing 10 years ago. He has been the President of the Bayside Brewers for the last 5 years and has a strong interest in comparing beer flavour profiles derived form different yeast strains.

May 19th: The ANHC Food and Beer Brew School

Venue: RASV Centre,
Melbourne Showgrounds
Epsom Rd, Flemington

Time: 11am to 4.30pm

Tickets: $99, available from the Good Beer Week website

This is the one to send your mates to if they're relatively new to brewing, or they've tasted your beers and want to get in on the action. The Brew School takes it down a notch from the full-on conference, addressing the beginner and intermediate brewers with a fresh approach.

We'll be running a number of interactive sessions where people can watch and get involved in the various stages of brewing a beer while getting all the good information about ingredients, techniques, process and, of course, brewing gear.

Send them along and before they know it they'll be competing with you for the title of Best Brewer in your group of friends, and you'll be able to say you got them started - you always win.

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