19+ Event | No cover charge.
Ever wonder why the bubbles in your beer fizz, or why bottles have different colours?
What does the widget in Guinness do? Why does the head on your pint vary and what would it be like to brew beer in space?
Join faculty and students from the Department of Physics, University of Guelph as they lead you through a fun and interactive evening about the science behind beer!
This licensed event is open to the public and coincides with the Guelph Museum’s ‘Brewing Changes Guelph’ exhibition which explores the history of Guelph Beer.
Guest speakers include Dr.John R Dutcher, Dr. Joanne O’Meara, Dr. Dennis Muecher, and others!
This event is the final night of STEM week, a week of interactive science sessions at the Civic Museum put on by the Department of Physics at the University of Guelph involving over 700 grade 6-8 students from the Guelph area.
There will also be a special Guelph Physics collaboration brew with Brothers Brewing Company available that night! Our red dopplerbock is loaded with physics puns. With a laser focus we created a light red dopplerbock. If your beer looks blue, you may be drinking it too fast!