15th December 2013
Two Towers Brewery produce a range of ales that are based on traditional recipes that evoke the flavours of fine English cask ales. Based in the heart of the old industrial base of Birmingham, the brewery's ales proudly associate with the illustrious historical characters and features of Birmingham and reflect the richness, quality and heritage synonymous with a city that became known as the workshop of the world.
The home of Baskerville Bitter, the Two Towers Brewery will host a guided tour of their premises, explaining the brewing process, giving the history of the company and providing samples of their famous ales.
The visit will be followed by lunch at a nearby public house or restaurant.
Members £10: Non Members £15
Maximum numbers: 15
HOW TO BOOK
Please download the booking form at the foot of this page. Complete and return the form by email to: Baskervillesociety@gmail.com. Once your booking has been confirmed via email, please post a cheque for the full amount, made out to The Baskerville Society to:
The Baskerville Society, c/o The Typographic Hub, Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, Gosta Green, Corporation Street, Birmingham, B4 7DX
Please note: After 31st July 2013 the society address will be: The Baskerville Society, c/o The Typographic Hub, Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, Parkside Building, 5 Cardigan Street, Birmingham, B4 7BD