The Science of Beer-making with Jaega Wise (plus tasting)

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5pm - 6.30pm : YALM Foodhall

Food & Farming Festival Highlights Talk Adult Only
  • Wheelchair access
  • Toilets
  • Disabled toilets
  • Refreshments

23–24 Royal Arcade, Norwich, NR2 1NQ

01603 394377

Something for the grown ups: a beer-tasting event with a science twist!

Taste a range of beers, and discover the science behind why a pint hits the spot.

Held in collaboration with local brewers Ampersand and Duration, you’ll get the chance to taste a range of beers whilst Jaega Wise walks you through the science of beer-making and the mastery behind brewing.

Jaega is a presenter on BBC Radio 4’s The Food Programme and is a fierce advocate for equality within the brewing industry.

Author, presenter, and award-winning Head Brewer of Wild Card Brewery in East London, Jaega Wise, hosts a unique beer tasting event at YALM Foodhall - with a science twist!

Includes book signing.

£25

Age 18+ only

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Please note seating is unallocated for this event. Doors open at 4.45pm. YALM will remain open until 9.30pm after the event.

Essential Companion tickets

If you have access requirements, and need someone to accompany you to make your visit to this event easier and more comfortable, please contact us at [email protected]. A member of our team will book a free Essential Companion ticket for you.

We ask that you contact us regarding an Essential Companion ticket within 72 hours of booking your ticket to this event.

Please also contact us before the event, at the email address above, with any access information that you feel would be helpful to our team in ensuring your visit is as comfortable as possible.

About Jaega Wise

Jaega is the Head Brewer of East London based Wild Card Brewery. With a background in chemical engineering, Jaega combines her expertise in engineering, mathematics, logistics and a love of all things beer, leading the award-winning brewing team at Wild Card for over ten years.

Jaega is vocal about equal representation within the brewing community. She spearheaded an industry-wide ruling in the UK that banned sexist, homophobic, and racist labelling on beer; as well as working closely with her brewing mentor to build and grow the International Women’s Collaboration Brew network.

She was named one of London's most influential figures in the Evening Standard's Progress 1000 as well as Brewer of the Year in 2018 and 2022. In 2023, she was nominated for CODE Hospitality’s Women of the Year. Jaega is also one of the core presenters of The Food Programme on BBC Radio Four.