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SCIENCE OF COCKTAILS AT SCIENCE SPACE WOLLONGONG

SCIENCE OF COCKTAILS AT SCIENCE SPACE WOLLONGONG

On 6 December 2019, Science Space will transform into Wollongong’s first cocktail laboratory. At Science of Cocktails, some of the city’s most talented bartenders will showcase the science behind preparing modern cocktails and cuisine. We will explore some of the physics, chemistry, and biology about everything from alcohol’s components and cocktail creation to inebriation and the dreaded hangover—all while sipping a signature cocktail, of course.

Tickets include a signature welcome cocktail, complimentary cocktail tastings from Wollongong’s hottest cocktail bar, Births and Deaths as well as a mouth-watering grazing table and light bar snacks. You will also enjoy a variety of special cocktail science activities, hands-on science demonstrations and classic Science Space programming.

EVENT IN SHORT

  • LIVE music
  • Grazing table
  • Welcome cocktail
  • Interactive presentation from local entrepreneurs
  • Signature cocktail tasting stations from award-winning bartenders
  • Liquid nitrogen ice cream making! (can you say delicious?!)
  • Classic Science Space floor busking
  • Additional drinks available for purchase
  • Christmas themed event with gift purchases available

EVENT DETAILS

Date: 6 December 2019
Time: 6.00 pm-8.30 pm
Tickets: Adults Only (18+) – $35

BUY YOUR TICKETS

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FINE PRINT

*Welcome drink, grazing table, cocktail tasting and floor entertainment is included in your ticket price. Additional beverages can be purchased at the cost of the guest as bar will be open.

*NO REFUNDS will be provided for any ticket purchased. Any correspondence regarding ticket purchases must be conducted in writing,emailed to science-space@uow.edu.au for our records.

*This is an 18+ event only. No one under the age of 18 will be allowed entry.

*We encourage the responsible consumption of alcohol and suggest patrons make alternative plans for transport including the local bus service or taxis.