ACT: The triumphant return of the Science of Beer

27 February 2013
6:00 pmto8:00 pm
The ACT Branch of the ASC invites you to our first social event of the year
– The Science of Beer –
Proudly presented by Lachlan McOmish the owner of the Wig and Pen, this event will be a great way for ASC members and those interested in having a fun night out, to meet and mingle with other science communicators in the Canberra region, in a nice social setting.
Similiar to previous years, Lachlan will again provide a brief talk about beer brewing and the science involved and then lead tours (~20 minutes) of the on site brewing facilities, for those interested. 
Please let us know in your RSVP if you are interested in attending the tour as a number limit applies.
Where: Wig and Pen – 53 Alinga St –
When: Wednesday 27th of Feburary, 2013
Time: 6pm (tours start from 630pm, then feel free to stay as long as you like and mingle, eat, drink and be merry)
Cost for 
ASC members: Absolutely free and a complimentary pot of beer on arrival 
Cost for non members: $5 to cover catering
Finger food platters with a vegetarian option will be provided (additional beers and dinner meals at own cost)
PLEASE RSVP via eventbrite link – click here – by the 25th of February.
You can turn up on the night but we are discouraging this as we would prefer an RSVP for catering purposes, to avoid dealing with cash on the night and as seats are limited.
Came last year, no worries. Still come along, be social, network, meet new members and see what other fun filled events the ACT branch has on offer this coming year.
All enquiries 
Look forward to seeing you
ASC ACT Committee
Please note that if you join up prior to the event we may not have your name on our database so please bring your registration confirmation email
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About Ian McDonald

I have a strong research, education and communication background. I thoroughly enjoy writing and presenting about topics relevant to the community, such as environmental and ecological research, health and medical research, along with public policy and legislation. I have combined these powers to help engage the public with knowledge through blog posts, magazine articles, podcasts, videos, social media pages, presentations and running large scale community based events. I have been working professionally as a Science Communicator in Canberra since 2009.

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