30th Cambridge Beer Festival Logo
This year the Cambridge Beer Festival marks its 30th year - the first
beer festival in the country to reach this astonishing milestone. So we're
celebrating the pearl anniversary of the Festival - if you can draw your eyes away
from the lovely lady for a second you will see a small pearl beside her on the
The idea for this year's logo came from Nicola Evans-Bailey, inspired
by Botticelli's Birth of Venus (and not, as some unkind wags have
suggested, former branch chairman Stephen Early emerging from the
bath). You will also see that Caskman's priorities remain the same!
The National Gallery web site explains:
The story of Venus' birth is described in Hesiod's Theogony and in
the Homeric Hymns. In the centre, Venus steps from her shell on to
the island of Cyprus (or Cythera).
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