We were lucky enough to have hosted a bar this weekend at Brinkburn Street’s Spring Advent Beer Festival. We really enjoyed attending this festival and meeting new people. It was great to hear the general feedback on our Banoffee Imperial Stout, Sticky Imp, which a lot of the atendees loved. If you haven’t been down to Brinkburn Street Brewery already, what are you waiting for?
Malliot Blanc is BACK. IN. KEG! We last put this beauty into keg in November 17. It’s been a long wait but FINALLY, Maillot Blanc is back in keg! If you’re a pub or a bar and fancy getting your mits on some of this you can drop our sales team an email and they’ll be happy to assist.
Our Brewery Bash is on Friday! We’ve got Goodtimes Tacos providing the food which we can’t WAIT for you to try. As usual, we’ll be kicking things off from 5pm in the carpark of Merz Court. Let us know if you’ll be attending via our facebook event.
Thats all from us this week. We hope to see some of you on Friday at our Brewery Bash. Have a great week!
We’re back again with our weekly update. This week is looking exciting! Let’s have a look at what we’ve got going on.
This week we featured in the Education section of the Guardian! It was great to meet Naomi Larsson and we really enjoyed reading the article. You can read the article here. A big thanks for the lovely write up, Naomi!
The first North East festival celebrating women in the brewing industry is coming to Newcastle this week. We’re going to be hosting the bar for the symposium that is happening on Thursday evening. It’s going to be held in Venue, the space underneath the Student’s Union, from 7.30pm until 9.30pm.
The Symposium will be a panel discussion, where each panelist will spend around 10 minutes discussing their experiences, and a subject of their choice. We will then spend around 30 minutes discussing topics such as sexism in the beer industry, what we’ve done to combat it, and what we can do better. Finally, we will then have a Q & A where the audience can ask the panelists questions. Special guests include Melissa Cole and Julia Austin. There will also be an event at the The Town Mouse on 7-10 March to celebrate and showcase women in the beer industry. This festival is designed to highlight women in brewing, bars, and everything beer, and to celebrate their achievements. It’s worth noting that every ticket for the symposium comes with a free pint of our beer! What’s not to love?
We’ve got our hands on a new piece of kit. As many of you know, Stu Brew are strongly supported by the School of Engineering and it’s now the time of year where our research projects in the school are underway. This week saw the arrival of the dealcoholization unit. Keep an eye out for the results of the research sometime soon.
Finally our secretary, Harry, was joined by a couple of members; Harsh and Cameron on a brew day on Sunday. They brewed Lady Liberty which is a beer we brewed exclusively for Pacific House. To try this get down to the wonderful Pacific House who will pull you through a pint… or two!
That’s all from us for this week. Have a GREAT week!
It’s that time again, the time for our weekly blog. We had an exciting week last week. On Thursday night the gang went down to the Town Mouse to celebrate the pub’s 2nd birthday! We had brewed a beer especially for the occasion, called All Night Breakfast. We had a great evening and enjoyed the great company. The beer went down really well!
Then, on Saturday it was time to pop over to Tyne Bank Brewery for Craft Beer Evolution. We enjoyed meeting everyone there and hope everyone enjoyed our beer, Sticky Imp and Gose’berry Jam which we brewed in collaboration with The First & Last Brewery.
Also, the society has been awarded a grant from Go Volunteer. With this grant we’ve been able to fund a fridge for the Home Brew Club to use to store prototypes. You can get involved if you fancy participating in Home Brew Club by coming along to The Buttery in Merz Court Tuesday at 5pm.
Hope you enjoyed finding out what we’ve been up to this week! We’ll be back next week with more updates.
First and foremost, this weekend there is a very special event happening that we are so glad to be involved with. Readers of this blog know our passion for the North East beer scene and this weekend is a perfect opportunity to get involved. We’re going to be at Craft Beer Evolution on Saturday. The event, put simply by Tyne Bank Brewery themselves, will see people come together in pursuit of great beer. We have brewed something really special for this event which we’ll be announcing on social media this week, so keep your eyes peeled!
We’ll be there, alongside 10 neighbouring breweries, including Allendale Brewery and The First & Last Brewery. On the bar will be 10 amazing one off craft ales. During the day you’ll get the chance to discuss the North East craft brewing scene with the breweries! For all you foodie lovers out there Meat:Stack serving up the type of food that is the perfect accompaniment to great beer. We’ll be there selling merchandise too so come and say hi if you fancy picking up a snazzy new hoodie or hat! It’s called fashion, darling.
We brewed Malliot Blanc yesterday for another canning run. This will also be available in keg! If you are interested in getting your hands on Malliot Blanc drop our sales team duo, Harry and Lucy, an email.
Keep your eyes peeled on social media this week for more details regarding another Brewery Bash we have planned! We’re also in the process of organising our AGM which is very exciting…
That’s all from us now, but we hope you have a great week.
We hosted a Brewery Bash on Friday night in the Venue underneath our Student’s Union. We had a great turn out! Thank you to everyone who came along. We had a great night. Newcastle Student Radio were there providing the tunes and we had the gang from Newcastle Gaming Society providing the video games – thanks guys!
Yesterday we did a brew day with Tyne Bank Brewery. We were brewing something really special for an upcoming event. Next Saturday, 23rd October, we’ll be down at Tyne Bank. This is geared to be a great event with lots of other great breweries from all over the North East. You can find out more about it here
That’s all for us for now, but stay tuned on our social media channels for more updates.
Hello everyone! Hope you’ve had a great week. We’re back with an update regarding what has been happening in the society. Grab a cuppa or a pint – this is a big one.
On Monday we were joined by an extra guest. Nicci Peet came along to our committee meeting to take some photos of us for her freelance project documenting diversity in the brewing industry. A big thanks to Nicci for coming along – we can’t wait to see the pictures.
Friday was a busy day! On Friday we did the first day of brewing our latest collab with Red from First and Last Brewery. It was really good to have Red back! We also met with Naomi Larsson from The Guardian who came to report on the research we do to combat sustainability in the brewing industry. Stay tuned for more on this!
On Sunday, Chris and Red finished off their brew. The gose is packed with sloes, corriander and raspberries. This beautiful brew will be launching at Tyne Bank Brewery’s Craft Beer Evolution Event on February 23rd. We’re super excited for this event.
This week we’re going to be at the Refresher’s Fair where you can come and meet some of the team. Always fancied getting involved in Stu Brew? Here’s your chance! As well as this, Home Brew Club will be meeting Tuesday at 5pm in the Buttery, Merz Court. This week’s task is a flavoured stout. Feel free to come along if you’re interested in creating some new recipes!
Last, but not least, we are hosting a brewery bash on Friday. We’ve decided to pick a warmer venue this time, since it’s a bit chilly outside lately. Join us in Venue (the bottom floor of Newcastle University Student’s Union) where we’ll be serving up a range of cask and keg beers. Looking for a break from your studies, or simply a Friday evening out – we will be serving from 5pm!
THE BLOG IS BACK! We hope you all had a lovely christmas break and are all feeling refreshed and ready for the new term. We’ve got a lot of exciting things planned this semester which we can’t wait for you to hear about.
We’ve just undergone an intense exam period and we hope that you all did well in your exams. They can be such a stressful time for all of us! On Friday evening the gang headed over to Coppers at Gosforth as a type of post-exam celebration. We held a Meet the Brewer session which went really well. At this event we met Chasing Everest and organised a Brew Day with them the next day. This was a great opportunity and we always love finding awesome breweries to collaborate with! Thanks guys.
If you’re interested in joining our society make sure to keep your eyes peeled for us at the upcoming Refreshers Fair. We still have a lot of opportunities for members to get involved and it’s never too late to join our society!
We’ve got another Brewery Bash on the 8th February which we are very excited about. It’s going to be held in Venue which is located inside the Student’s Union. Coming? Let us know here.
2018 marked four years since we first started brewing in
Merz Court and what a year it has been. Stu Brew gave over 40 different people
the opportunity to experience a brew day, brewing 33 full scale brews and 13
different prototypes. Highlights include trebling capacity and going into cans.
22,000 pints later, here’s a recap of what we’ve been busy with the year:
Our first brew of the year was during exam season,
students were hard at work but that didn’t
stop Paulius and four sabbatical officers knocking up a prototype.
To celebrate end of exams we ran a pop up bar in
One of our first February brews was an
adaptation on VMS, creating 9:00AM Lecture, to celebrate the Town Mouse’s first
First brewery bash of the year with the food
delights of Sghetti Monster.
First pub quiz of the year at Errant Brewery.
Celebrated St Patrick’s Day with green Lab
Chris headed over to Flash House and brewed the ‘About
Additionally, collabed with Errant to make ‘Combustible
Second pub quiz of the year held in Luther’s
after our AGM.
AGM and new committee elected.
First brewery bash held by the new team. Sylvia
provided some gorgeous Gyros to accompany the beer.
The team won the Community Impact Sustainability
award from NUSU.
Emily and Jack gave a Pint of Science talk about
‘Yeast in Brewing’.
We packed up the 400l kit and TRIPLED in size!!
Ran a pop-up bar outside the Student’s Union.
Won ‘The Siemens Award for Outstanding
Contribution to Sustainability and the Environment’ at the ‘Pride of Newcastle
We got a swanky new electric delivery van.
Another brewery bash saw the big revealed of the
Ran a Graduation 2018 bar and launched our newest
Saison in the Graduation Saison series.
Shot some footage with Thumb Design for our
nomination for the 2018 Green Gown awards.
Finally put beer on Eebria Trade.
Teamed up with Tyn CAMRA and made a cider.
Fresher’s Week stall and bar.
Pizza and Pint night at Newcastle Tap.
First brewery bash of the academic year.
Launch of Core Curriculum at the Town Mouse,
followed by a bar crawl showing the new students the Newcastle scene.
Our first batch of cans arrived!
Green Gown Awards – finalist in enterprise
Final brewery bash of the year.
Second batch of cans arrived.
Collaboration with Rob from Two by Two.
Last pub quiz of the year, at Errant Brewery.
Return of our third batch of cans.
Our final brew of the year is something not destined
to be a beer. Keep an eye out in 2019 for more details!
We’ve had a blast this year and hope you’ve enjoyed it too.
All the best to our customers, pubs, brewing friends and members this New Year.
Hi everyone! It’s finally the last week of term before the Christmas holidays and we’ve got our weekly update for you.
Paulius and Suzanne brewed a Vienna Lager over the weekend which we’re excited to taste soon. Members – we’re brewing a whiskey wash on Sunday! If you’re interested in participating in a brew day later this week please drop our secretary, Harry, an email.
Fancy a bit of festive fun before the Christmas break? Come and join us at Errant Brewery on Friday for our Pub Quiz! We’ll be starting the quiz at 8pm but we’ll be heading down for 7.30pm to indulge in some of Errant’s beer beforehand. To reserve a table for you and your friends, drop Tom an email! Check out our facebook event for more details.
We’ll be in Luthers Bar this week selling bottle packs, cans and a selection of our merchandise which all make perfect Christmas presents. Come and see us from 12-2pm to get your hands on some last minute Christmas presents.
That’s all from us! We hope you have a very merry Christmas and hopefully you’ll find some Stu Brew under your tree this year… if you’ve been nice.
Thanks to those of you who came along to the Heineken on Campus event. There was a brilliant turn out and we’d like to thank Heineken for coming along to give students an insight into the brewing industry!
This week we have some exciting news. We’ve made Non Linear Regression and Maillot Blanc (Saison) available in can form! You can pick these up from CentrAle in Newcastle Central Station, Coppers at Gosforth or by messaging Harry and Lucy at email@example.com. We’ve also had the privilege of brewing a Berliner Weisse in collaboration with Rob from Two by Two Brewing. Keep an eye out for our latest collab brew which should be ready in the next two weeks!
On Tuesday Harry, Tom and Carey had a great night at the PwC Opportunity Challenge Quiz at Tyneside Cinema. It was a great opportunity to meet other societies from Newcastle University and Northumbria University. Speaking of pub quizzes, we’ve got a great event lined up next week. We love quizzing here at Stu Brew and we’ve organised a pub quiz at Errant Brewery. You don’t need to be a member to attend and you can find out more details by checking out our facebook event.
We’ve had a delivery of some merchandise! Just in time for Christmas and the colder weather, we’ve received a first batch of some beanies with our own lovely lion on the logo. Carey and Liam could not WAIT to show you these. To pick these up you can pop along to the Student’s Union Shop. These would make a great Christmas present or simply a great addition to your A/W 2018 winter wardrobe.