Cask Cracking Saturday October 26th 2019, 12-8pm

This is the first chance to taste the 2019 Hop Growers Green hopped beer. 
An Open Event,  all are welcome  – even non-members.  Come to see what we do for fun; talk to us about becoming a beer grower and taste the beer.
GeeGee was created by Nomadic Beers for the Leeds Co-Hoperative using our hops grown in and around Leeds.  This is a limited edition of 30 barrels which will be available on the 26th at the Open Tap Room event.  Then,  in select pubs in Leeds, as well as,  Nomadic’s own pub: The Rose and Crown, Sunbridge Wells, Bradford.
All hop growing members are encouraged to attend the event to get your first taste of GeeGee 2019. Two pints to all members who contributed hops or not.  If you want to take away bring a growler to fill.  Sorry this brew has not been bottled or canned. 
Members see Sharon to get your beer vouchers.
A second smaller event is being planned; so if you can’t make it watch this space.
Event Details:
Nomadic’s Annual Conkers Tournament! Come along and sign up on the day. Bring your own conker or we can provide some. First round conkers off at 2pm.
Hops & Tots will also be with us between 12pm – 2pm. Lots of toys for the tot to amuse themselves while the adults have a beer.
🍻 Beers will be provided by Nomadic Beers
🍸 Gin from Horus Gin and CIder from Pure North
🎤 Entertainment – Christine!
🍔 Food – TBC
🖍️ There’ll be entertainment throughout the day, including colouring, puzzles and games for children (and adults if they would like!), and we might even get the skittles out!
🐶🧒 Children and dogs are welcome through out the day, as long as they are accompanied by a well-behaved adult! We ask that Children have left the premises by 7.30pm.
🧑‍🤝‍🧑 Nomadic Beers is a supporter of the ‘Everyone Welcome Initiative’ and is fully accessible

Winter Meet up @ Kirkstall Brewery Saturday, 23 February 2019

A joint social with Leeds & Calderdale Camra Branches at Kirkstall Brewery on 100 Kirkstall Road, Leeds.

Meet at the Brewery 12:30pm for a tour of the kit and perhaps a quick pint. From here its on to the Cardigan Arms around 3:00ish, where there will be a rare chance to tour the Victorian Tower Brewery.  From here it is onto the Kirkstall Bridge Inn.

Feel free to join in the visits to the other two pubs. The Cardigan Arms will be showing the 6 Nations Rugby matches upstairs.

You don’t need to book, attendance is free, please wear stout(ish) footwear if you are interested in looking round the breweries. This promises to be a grand day.

Buses run approx. every 10-20mins along Kirkstall Road in each direction, so return transport should be no issue.