GAA NEWS: CONVOY UNDERAGE TEAMS PERFORM WELL AGAINST GLENFIN

first_imgLotto 31/5/16 AM DL DN MN, 1 person matched 3, Frankie Lynch Convoy. Jackpot next €4300.Underage training as Norm on fri 6-7 can coaches please make themselves available when possibleWell done to all our U 8/u10 teams who played Away to Glenfin on SatA great turn out and great support from parentsU 16 boys training on Thursday at 6 pass on wordSenior men  lost away to Na Rossa  2-11 to 1-09Next game away to LiffordTraining continues as normal need to see All players out at trainingTraining as norm check ladies page for nx game detailsSupervalu GAA Kits For Clubs.As proud sponsors of the GAA Football All-Ireland Championship, this year SuperValu has donated over 400 juvenile GAA clubs with kits worth over €430k collectively.We at Supervalu Ballybofey have chosen the following clubs to support in our Kits For Clubs:St. Marys Convoy C.L.G.To support your local club, everytime you spend over €40 on a shopping you will get a special receipt at the till. Just put that receipt in the box of the club you want to support. Its that simple!Please Support Our Club Thanks in AdvanceKelloggs Cul CampConvoy /Conmhaigh 27 Jun – 1 JulFootball, Hurling, CamogieBook Now Online or morning of campCoaches you need to go online ASAP and fill out application form they have to be in by 20 th mayYou can find it on Donegalgaa website or www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ieSupervalu GAA Kits For Clubs.As proud sponsors of the GAA Football All-Ireland Championship, this year SuperValu has donated over 400 juvenile GAA clubs with kits worth over €430k collectively.We at Supervalu Ballybofey have chosen the following clubs to support in our Kits For Clubs:St. Marys Convoy C.L.G.To support your local club, everytime you spend over €40 on a shopping you will get a special receipt at the till. Just put that receipt in the box of the club you want to support. Its that simple!Please Support Our Club Thanks in AdvanceLidl are also running a promotion  for Ladies club gear so check it out and vote St Mary’s by asking for cars at the till and place number that is allocated for St Marys Any manager that have notes please tx Mairead 0872140060 or email [email protected] I don’t get info I can’t put it in notesGAA NEWS: CONVOY UNDERAGE TEAMS PERFORM WELL AGAINST GLENFIN was last modified: June 7th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:convoyGAASportlast_img read more

Happy St Patricks Day Heres the chemistry that makes your beer taste

first_img Facebook Comments Related posts:Large-scale St. Patrick’s festival invades Escazú St. Patrick’s Day celebration floods Escazú with green beer 3rd annual Craft Beer Festival happening Saturday The Winners and Losers of Costa Rica in 2014 St. Patrick’s Day is imminent, and that means the world is about to consume a lot of beer: 13 million pints of Guinness alone are expected to be consumed.Obviously you will be thinking about science when you down those holiday libations, so the American Chemical Society’s Reactions series on YouTube has everything you ever wanted to know about beer chemistry. Here are some highlights, along with additional facts of our own:All beer (cheap and steep) is made the same wayThe ingredients may change, but the process is the same:Malted (a.k.a toasted) grain is heated in water, where its starch is broken down into sugar. Yeast makes that sweet stuff bubbly (and alcoholic) by eating the sugar and producing carbon dioxide and alcohol. Different kinds and amounts of hops (the female flowering cones of plants from the hops family) go into the mix as well.There are tons of ways to change a beer’s flavorDifferent kinds of malts produce different chemical flavor compounds, and different temperatures of grain soaking activate different enzymes with different flavor results.And then there are the hops: In addition to adding essential oil aromas from their flowery origins, hops produce alpha acids, such as humulone, which give IPAs that quintessential hoppy taste. Personally, I think it tastes like chewing on a piece of pine tree. This is apparently not a common opinion, so enjoy your hops or whatever. Hops also interact with alcohol to make compounds called esters, which have a fruity flavor.When a beer is left to age, hops can produce another bitter note — beta acids. Eww, you can have mine.Beer can skunk even in the cold (it’s all about sunlight)Only you can prevent skunked beer. Many think that beer only “skunks” (or turns nasty) when it’s left out in the heat. But it’s actually a matter of getting left out in the light.Your Guinness is less likely to spill than your light beer, and here’s whyBonus beer science: Beer physics! In a recent study, researchers found that more layers of foam on top of a liquid make it less likely to spill. That’s because the foam sloshes against the container and diffuses energy as the liquid shakes back and forth.So going with some hearty traditional beer may be good for more than just your holiday spirit. It could keep your clothes dry, too, as you get tipsier.© 2015, The Washington Postlast_img read more