To the sound of the nearby construction site for Building 2, members of the Sustainability Team have been busy with other important work.
Our brand new St Thomas Ale was launched today at Canterbury’s food and drink festival.
As many of you may already know, as part of the Beer, Bread and Honey project, we came up with our University’s own ale, in partnership with the Foundry Brew Pub. […]
On the 19th May we had another Bring and Bake event which went even better than last time. After another layer of clay was added to the oven, we were […]
On April the 27th, the earth oven was dry enough to be filled with wood and lit for the first time, an exciting day for everyone involved.
In taught history at school, we learn about world-changing events such as the industrial and agrarian revolutions or the impact of the world wars, but not much mention is made […]
On the 9th of March, a group of fantastic volunteers joined the Edible Campus team at the Forest Garden to build a bread oven. This was part of the ‘Beer, […]
Every nationality and variety of bee throughout the world is engaged in an all-out macroscopic war with the wasps and that is not the end of their problems! There is even an African breed of bird called the ‘Greater Honeyguide’, similar to a Woodpecker, which has evolved of its own accord a mutually beneficial relationship with humans.
Freshly harvested hops have a very limited window, roughly 4-6 hours, before they become unsuitable to be used in brewing so it was a rather mad ‘race to the finish’ to get them collected and transported to the brewery in time!