Continuing the EAC's scientific interest in transformative chemical reactions - specifically the fermentation process - the EAC's annual brewery tour cruise will be held on 12th April, at the Adnams Brewery in Southwold, Suffolk. At the Brewery, the Group will investigate how base raw materials, such as malted barley, hops and water, are chemically transformed into much more precious items - like Adnams Broadside, Southwold Bitter, Ghost Ship, Explorer, and Lighthouse ales, Oyster stout and (thankfully) many more! Cost is £12 per person, for the Brewery Tour, including a 'tutored' beer tasting and a bottle of Adnams beer to take home. Proper scientific experimentation by attendees will necessitate the sampling of a range of the 'precious products' produced by the chemical process employed by Adnams. Since the after-effects of such experimentation cannot be foreseen with any certainty, it is proposed (on Health & Safety grounds) that an overnight stay be arranged for the night of 12th April, at a reasonably close hotel. Those researchers wishing to join the EAC annual brewery tour cruise, please indicate attendance below. Confirmed attending: reddyzeddygo (Shaun & Karen) EnthuZiaZt (Mike & Sandy) Macca (Richard & Mary) zedster4 (Barry) allan/Shelly (Alan & Shelley) z3cade (Liam & Caroline) Cruise now closed to new attendees. Brewery tour booked: 3.00pm on 12th April. Overnight accommodation for night of 12th April booked at Carlton Manor Hotel, Carlton Colville.