We love scientists. They’re basically heroes in lab coats. They cure disease, unleash renewable energy, and, you know, brew beer. Sure, it’s not exactly Hopkins-level research that goes into the science of the perfect pint (better to save those resources for slightly more important things) but still, we wouldn’t have beer (let alone a vast array of beers to choose from each day) without the hard work of some hard partying scientists back in the day. So this evening we’re encouraging you to raise a glass while learning a little something about what went into it. Head down to Elliott’s Pour House to learn (and taste) about the science behind beer.
This super-fun event is brought to you by the Maryland Science Center, who of course want to make sure that adults also get some science in with their socializing. And we’re officially giving this the stamp of approval for an ideal first date idea. What could go wrong? They’re going to blow some stuff up, light some stuff on fire, experiment with chemicals, and even let you do some of the science if you want. In other words, it will be impossible not to have a good time. Plus, it’s free admission, free drinks, and free food. That’s welcoming enough—though as the Maryland Science Center puts it: “Come for the science, stay for the science.”
Pub Science will be held tonight, Thursday June 26th at Elliott’s Pour House (3728 Hudson St in Baltimore). The event lasts from 6:30pm-8pm and is first come, first served. For more information, visit www.mdsci.org.
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