Gluts & Gluttony has just announced a regular pop up date at the same venue every month, with two supper clubs programmed in 2019.

On the last Friday of every month, give or take, G&G will be popping up in the historic market town of Chipping Norton at 24 High St which, by day The Tea Set Cafe.

The first one is on Friday January 25 where a 4-course seasonal feast will be served to celebrate the very finest harvests from my veg patch - more like a big dinner party than a restaurant. Owner Kathy Slack will talk a bit about the food before you eat, about how it’s grown and cooked - so you’ll leave well fed and a bit cleverer too.

Tickets are £50 and include a welcome cocktail. After that it’s BYO.


Independent Scottish craft brewer BrewDog today announced that it will be offering free versions of its beer schools in its Oxford bar, BrewDog Oxford on Cowley Road. The initiative is to give anyone the chance to sample its awesome headliner beers, learn the fundamentals of tasting beer, and join the craft beer revolution.

The new programme, kicking off in January 2019, will be offering the sessions free of charge, and is the latest initiative supporting BrewDog’s ambition to build a business evangelical about great craft beer.

The free Bar Stool beer schools will be hosted by BrewDog’s Cicerone-trained staff and will give attendees an introduction to different beer styles including background and history, as well as a guided exploration through the various aspects of beer tasting such as aroma, flavour and colour.

During the 30-minute sessions, attendees will receive a flight of four tasters of the Scottish brewer’s headliner beers, featuring modern twists on craft beer classics, along with tasting cards to populate with their new-found knowledge.

Upon completion, each beer school student will receive a certified BrewDog beer geek badge. Book at