It’s Thursday, and time for our report about the cultural and entertainment events coming up in the next few days.
Event: Craft Beer Tour
Place: Crna Ovca brewery / Zemun Quay
Time: Friday, 27th July, from 18:00 to 21:00h
Beer tours invite you to find out more about how craft beer is made, in addition to consuming and enjoying its taste. Also, you will be able to find out how to make your own craft beer, the best drink for hot days. In the Crna Ovca brewery, located on the Zemun Quay, you will have the opportunity to taste five types of craft beer on 27th July from 18:00 to 21:00. For those who would like to further develop their beer expertise, a professional beer taster will be at hand to give you tips what you should pay attention to. The beer tour organizers advise to have a light meal before you come since you should not drink beer on an empty stomach. If you don’t have the time to snack before the tour, the hosts decided to serve home-made sausages with beer.
Event: Serbian Language and Food Workshop
Place: Queen Victoria Education and Translation Centre
Time: you determine
Attention all you foodies! Put your chef hats on and get ready to learn how to make a typical Serbian dish. Add some language basics to it and there’s your recipe for a perfect weekend! Join the Queen Victoria Education and Translation Centre (2, Decanska Street, Belgrade) in their Serbian Language and Food Workshop and experience the taste of baked homemade food and the smell of freshly printed handouts. If you want to meet people, find out how to interact with locals, practice the language and learn how to make a typical Serbian dish, this is the place to be. The price of the workshop is 2,400 dinars per person, and you need to register beforehand at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can book a tour whenever you want, as there are no precise schedules to follow.
Event: Observing total Moon eclipse
Place: Petrovaradin Fortress
Time: Friday, 27th July, 20:30h
This Friday, 27th July, starting at 8:30 pm, the Astronomical Society of Novi Sad will organize an observation of the total eclipse of the Moon through telescopes. The observation will take place near the Observatory, on the Petrovaradin Fortress, and the gathering is a little before 20:30h. The 27th July Moon eclipse will be the longest one recorded in the history of eclipse observations, and for one hour and 43 minutes, the Moon will turn a blood red in colour as it passes behind Earth’s shadow.
Photo credits: Kraft Lokator (craft beer), Still in Belgrade (Serbian Food Workshop), Novi Sad Navigator (Moon eclipse)
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