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Royal Rabbit Rational/Thoughtful Tuesday Meetup

From: Roy A.
Sent on: Tuesday, March 6, 2012 11:38 PM
DATE: Tuesday March 20 7PM
Location: Royal Rabbit Vineyards
                 1090 Jordan Sawmill Rd Parkton Md 21120
 
 
All – This is the second Monthly meeting for people who are interested in or want to know more about science and technology.
If you know someone that might be interested, please forward this to them.
 
One goal is to socialize but we are also trying to have a talk or topic to devote part of the evening to a topic whenever we can.
 
Last month Ken Brody was kind enough to lead off by summarizing several books he had read on String Theory – he degree work was in physics and he did an excellent job of summarizing this very mathematical subject to a non-math audience.
 
This month’s
topic is: wine and beer: food skillfully preserved through one of mankind’s oldest partnerships with another species.
One motivation for this topic is: I attended an alcohol server training course sponsored by a restaurant association in Maryland and the instructor did not think there was ANY food value to beer and wine.  Another is a recent interview on radio where a professor that studied yeasts and fungi was asked if alcohol had any medicinal value to beer to humans. His answer was: No
 
I will summarize information from Sacred Herbal and Healing Beers,  the Oxford Wine Encyclopedia and a number of other sources to document some interesting historic, current and future developments in wine and beer making.
 

Roy Albin
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