CU in the City: Under the Influence, How Labatt brewed up a nation of drinkersDr. Matthew Bellamy, Associate Professor, Department of History

Dr. Matthew Bellamy of the Department of History will tell the story of how Labatt brewers and its allies turned Canada into a beer drinking nation. Many will be surprised to hear that before the prohibition era, Canadian glasses were predominantly filled with something other than beer…

Join us at the Bowman’s Bar and Grill to learn how a strategic campaign launched in the 1930s by Canadian brewers helped craft Canada into a nation of beer drinkers.

Monday, April 4, 2016
Bowman’s Bar & Grill, 1170 Carling Avenue
6:00 p.m.
RSVP to sarah.quirt@carleton.ca

CU in the City is an open lecture series hosted by Carleton University’s Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. We invite members of the Ottawa community to join us at these events, to learn about the ongoing research projects being conducted by our faculty members. We encourage audience members to engage in a question and answer period following each presentation while enjoying complimentary refreshments.

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