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Level 1, 86 - 90 Bay st, Broadway NSW 2007
PO Box 909, Broadway NSW 2007

Head Office / Bookings / Administration
Phone : 02 9211 4110
Fax : 02 9211 4118

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For all general enquiries, and information regarding courses, dates, cancellations and so forth, please call us on the numbers listed above.

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We can advise you where we train in Sydney, Newcastle, Gosford, Wollongong, Parramatta and how to best find us, discuss Bartender or barback or jobs in pubs, clubs, hotels or anywhere else within the hospitality industry.

Group bookings are invited and with minimum numbers can be trained at your premises.


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Dates and Times

Beer History Timeline

1600 BC – Egyptian medical texts have hundreds of prescriptions calling for beer (Early brewers used balsam, hay, dandelion, mint and even oyster shells for flavorings)

55 BC – Roman legions introduce beer to Northern Europe

500 – 1000 AD – Brewing grows in Europe, especially in centralized production in monasteries and convents

1000 AD - Hops are introduced to the brewing process

1200 AD – Beer making commercialized in England, Germany and Austria

1420 – German brewers develop the lager method of brewing

1490’s – Columbus discovered Indians making beer from corn and black-birch sap

1516 – Bavarian brewers guilds push the Reinheitsgeobot Purity Laws, outlawing the use of anything but water, barley and hops in beer making

1602 – Dr. Alexander Nowell finds that ale lasts longer in cork- sealed glass bottles

1789 – James Madison proposed that Congress levy a low 8-cent duty pr barrel on malt liquors to “encourage the manufacture of beer in every state in the union”

1890 – Pabst is first brewer to sell over 1 million barrels in a year. The pressure in a bottle of champagne is about 90 pounds per square inch. That’s about three times the pressure in automobile tyres.

Make mine a double

The worlds strongest beer is ‘Samuel Adams’ Triple Bock, which has reached 17% alcohol by volume. To obtain this level, however, they had to use a champagne yeast.

The most expensive beer ever?

That will be $Hk20,000. In what must rank as one of the most expensive ales ever bought, a hapless New Zealander found himself slugged with a $Hk20,000 ($AU4000) credit card bill for a beer in Hong kong last year.