Who Love Beer aka BAD Ladies
you are a lady who loves beer then you might be interested in joining in
with our activities. We are a group of CAMRA women who enjoy getting
together for a few hours once every couple of months through the year to
enjoy real ale and real cider. We are interested in organising beer
and cider tasting, beer brewing, and pub trips. We agreed that our
pub trips would include places that served real cider as well as real ale,
and that we wouldn’t visit more than 3 pubs over an afternoon.
if you are one of the 22% of female members in Bristol and District (BAD)
CAMRA, enjoy beer and great company, and like the look of our programme
please join us.
events take place on Saturday afternoons. Apart from the special
events, there is no need to book. Just come along. Pub explorer
trips are free. To book a place on one of the special events please
contact Bianca on 0772 302 0223.
note the event organised by Brewhouse and Kitchen (not by us), may not be
on a Saturday and was free last year but details for this year are still
you need any more information please email email@example.com
24th. The Horfield hop.
14:00 - 18:00
in Pints West 116 for June 9th) Moving from the Common and
downhill, we’ll start from the Inn on the Green, Filton Road, BS7 0PA
and take in a couple more pubs as we work our way towards Bishopston.
Save a date around/on Thursday 8th March to celebrate
International Women’s Day with an event organised by Brewhouse and
Kitchen in Cotham. Details are
not yet fixed, but last year we spent the day with Will Bradshaw Head
Brewer to brew a special women’s beer (see article in Pints West http://www.camrabristol.org.uk/PW114.pdf).
Information about this year’s event will be sent out by email to Branch
members as soon as they come through from B&K.
28th Women in Brewing 1. Guided beer tasting and brewery
tour with Kelly at Good Chemistry.
Meet @Good Chemistry Tap
Room, Unit 2, William Street, St Phillips, Bristol BS2 0RG @14:00
started Good Chemistry with Bob in 2015. Kelly has helped to develop
the brewery and the business, so has some incredible insights into the
whole process of brewing (looking over Bob the brewer’s (!) shoulders) producing,
marketing and selling beer. Kelly will be giving us a specially
organised tour of the brewery when we can quiz her about the business from
tun to bar. We’ll then sit down to a selection of different Good
Chemistry beers that Kelly will guide us through, explaining the style
features and flavours of each. There will be a per person cost to
cover the price of the beer tbc
when Kelly confirms what beers are available. Places to be booked by
9th Women in Brewing 2. Tiny Rebel brewery tour and
meeting with Sarah Hughes Head Brewer. Meet @Temple Meads Station
take the 11:54 train from Bristol Temple Meads to Newport and then walk
from Newport station to Tiny Rebel (takes about 10 mins). We should
arrive at the brewery by about 12:40. There will be time to have something
to eat in the tap room for those who want to. Our tour starts at
13:30. We will be shown around by Alice Hayward events manager.
After the tour Sarah Hughes will meet up with us for a specially organised
session where we can discuss more about her role and anything else that
arises from our tour with Alice.
cost will be £15 plus the trainfare. Includes chance to try Tiny
Rebel beers. Places to be booked by 18th May including a
deposit of £7.50.
Cider tasting. Date and
details to be confirmed. This will be a paid for event.
13th Easton explorer. 14:00 – 18:00
a walk on Bristol’s east side starting at the Greenbank, Belle Vue Road,
BS5 6DP, we’ll explore some hidden gems serving great ale and cider in
one of the most Bohemian areas of Bristol.
1st. South of the river on West and North streets. 14:00
into Southville and environs to taste great local beer and cider in a
vibrant independent shopping and cultural quarter. We’ll met up at
The Black Cat, BS3 3LH and take in a few other popular pubs along West
Street and North Street.