Brews News – June
As we segue into our busy season, we’re panicking to make everything work. But it’s fine. Probably.
Everyone wants to know how things are with the neighbours at the Centre for Islamic Development since our media blow-up in October. During our meeting in October, we made a list of propositions to improve relations – including better premises and block control, recalibrating speaker volumes and music selections, mounting signs, scheduling events around prayer times, increasing block patrols from our north alley through to St. Albans for litter, loitering and the like – to name a few. We’re happy to report that we met with some reps of the Centre in May and things are great. We’ve had amicable relations since the autumn.
Our resident yeast expert and BrewBot Erica recently returned from Montreal where we sent her to further her knowledge on yeast cultures and beer culture via the Brewing Microbiology course at Siebel Institute. We’re looking forward to the results. On a related note, Gio studied the same program as Erica and once extracted a wild yeast culture from birch trees in the Bahamas to create an apple cider. Curious what this duo can come up with.
Our DesignBot team is now 6 people in size: Brent, Kyle, Bridgette, Sara, Brittany (from afar) and Sam. The work they produce is nothing short of incredible. Just check out Mobie, our new company vehicle. I feel like a proud father at a baseball tournament where all 6 of my children brought home medals. And not for participation.