20th August: Living Landscape Lecture - Real Ale and Rhymney BreweryDecember 08th 2021
The Living Landscape series of lectures continue in August with an opportunity to “Learn about real ale at Rhymney Brewery”. The event is the second of a monthly series of twelve lectures and activities supported by the Valleys Regional Park / WECAN Project and Rhymney Brewery (www.rhymneybreweryltd.com), with half the events taking place at the new Rhymney Brewery and Visitor Centre, adjacent to Big Pit: National Coal Museum in Blaenavon.
Taking place on Tuesday 20 August at the Rhymney Brewery Visitor Centre at 6pm, this month’s lecture is hosted by Steve Evans, the Managing Director of Rhymney Brewery. Come along to find out more about the history of the brewery, the benefits of drinking real ale and the links to the natural environment. Visitors will also be able to enjoy a tour of the brewery visitor centre and take part in a tasting session. Entry is FREE but places are limited so booking is essential. Download the event poster.
The Living Landscape Lectures will take place on the third Tuesday of each month, followed by an associated activity at a later date. For further information on lectures and activities over the next few months, visit www.visitblaenavon.co.uk. To book a place on the August lecture contact the Blaenavon World Heritage Centre, telephone 01495 742333.
As Steve Evans, Managing Director of Rhymney Brewery explained: “We are delighted to use our Visitors Centre to host six Living Landscapes Lectures to attract more visitors to the area as well as to highlight an alternative venue for private and business use.”