GYP and LES joint event: “Beers of the Commonwealth”, 15 May 2014

Glasgow Young Professionals and the Licensing Executives Society Scotland are delighted to invite all members to attend their joint event, “Beers of the Commonwealth”, on Thursday 15th May, in the cool surroundings of the BrewDog bar.

The event will be an informal affair, including a short introduction to what the LES is all about and, of course, the chance to sample a few fine beers from Commonwealth nations!

GYP members are invited to bring a non-GYP member to learn more about the benefits of GYP membership and network with like-minded professionals in a social environment.

Entry to the event is free, and the cost of a set of taster beers will be £10.


About the Licensing Executives Society

The LES is a not for profit, non-political, umbrella organisation having 32 national and regional member societies, for professionals and business people who are particularly interested in licensing, technology transfer and the commercialisation of IP. They hold regular events across Scotland on a variety of IP related topics.

About BrewDog

Founders of BrewDog, Martin and James (both 24 years old at the time) were bored of the industrially brewed lagers and stuffy ales that dominate the UK market. They decided the best way to fix this undesirable predicament was to brew their own beers. Consequently, in April 2007 BrewDog was born. BrewDog is currently Scotland’s largest independent brewery, with beers listed by Tesco, Sainsbury’s, ASDA, and Morrissons and available in 27 other countries. BrewDog have four craft beer bars in the UK and products have TV endorsement from Oz Clarke and have been featured in editorial in The Sunday Times, The Metro, The Financial Times, The Independent, The Guardian, The Sunday Herald, The Daily Mail, The Sun plus many others. Join LES Scotland to experience BrewDog beer for yourself. On the night the bar will provide tasting samples of the beers available to ensure you find a beer you will enjoy.

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