Geography of Wine, Beer, and Spirits

 

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To foster research, teaching, and scholarly growth in the study and enjoyment of alcoholic beverages and to advance research in terroir, enology, vinification, zymurgy, and alcohol distillation in reference to the global trade, social restrictions, and cultural mandates associated with the production and consumption of
alcoholic beverages.

Dues $5.

Chair
Colleen Myles
Texas State University
Email: fermentedlandscapes@gmail.com

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  • A few spaces left in the brewery field trip and wine tasting workshop!

    Hello Beer, Wine, and Spirits Scholars,

    We'd love to see you at the wine tasting workshop and the brewery field trip in New Orleans! 

    Although we know it's difficult to commit to a field trip, dinner, or workshop until you are at the conference, we ask that you please register as soon as you can so that we can coordinate with AAG planning staff. 

    Thanks again and we'll see you very soon!

    Christi Townsend

  • New Orleans Specialty Group Dinner!

    Wine, Beer, and Spirits Geographers,

    You are cordially invited to join us for our annual Wine, Beer, and Spirits Specialty Group dinner at The Palace Cafe, a classic New Orleans style restaurant serving scrumptious creole cuisine, located just steps from the conference hotels. 

    Our dinner is scheduled for Wednesday, April 11th at 7:30pm. 

    Please RSVP as soon as possible or by April 4th to Christi Townsend at ct1086@txstate.edu 

    Since this will be a private dinner, I will need a firm number to give to the restaurant for planning purposes. 

    Hope to see you there! 

    https://www.palacecafe.com/