Musa Re-launch on Monday 12th July
Musa is a restaurant, art gallery and live music venue in the merchant quarter of old Aberdeen. It is a haven from conformity and the mundane, where fresh and contemporary food, cutting edge art and live music blend together against the canvas of a 19th century church.
I (James) recently took over Musa and am behind the re-launch of it. It is sort of my hobby. Others play golf or do DIY, I have decided to relax and occasionally escape the BrewDog mayhem with Musa. Michael Cameron who is going to be the Manager of BrewDog Aberdeen is also in charge of running of Musa on a day to day basis.
Musa has it's official launch night on Monday 12th July and we'd love it if you would come along! We are launching the new concept, and a whole new look and direction for Musa. We will also be opening our first art exhibition at Musa. ‘Musa presents Central Station’ features the work of photographer Rachel Yates, Emma Hamilton and Adeline Scott.
Pop along from 6 - 9 pm on Monday 12th for an exclusive first look at our new Art Exhibition, a little live music and of course some amazing tasters of our brand new menu. To top it all off, we've got plenty of BrewDog beer chilling in the coolers, Punk IPA on tap and a nice little selection of wines you can't find anywhere else in Aberdeen. James, Martin and others from the BrewDog team will be there all evening if you want to say hi and chat about beer or pretty much anything.
The eclectic new menu fuses world inspired cuisine with quirky interpretations on Scottish staples. We fiercely advocate an artisanal, old world approach to food, focussing on local produce from small Scottish suppliers. We are all about showcasing remarkable things made by passionate people, this is why you won’t find our wines anywhere else, why all our beers are craft brewed and why our menu pushes the boundaries of conventional cooking from mac ‘n cheese with Belgian chocolate to blue cheese ice cream.
33 Exchange Street
Aberdeen AB11 6PH
Call: 01224 571771
Look forward to seeing you on the 12th, drop me a line if you need any further details! firstname.lastname@example.org It's an open invite, so please feel free to forward this on to any friends, family and colleagues who may be interested - the more the merrier!
BrewDog Beer Dinner – A Dog’s Dinner on 20th July
Martin and James will also be hosting a BrewDog beer dinner at Musa on Tuesday 20th of July. 6 courses of awesome food paired with BrewDog beers introduced by James and Martin. The event starts at 7.30 and we only have 50 tickets on a first come first serve basis. Reserve yours by calling Musa on 01224 571 771
Tickets cost only £30 and this included 6 courses and 7 amazing beers!
This will be the first major event we have done in Aberdeen and we look forward to chatting about our beers, putting together some awesome food and beer pairings and meeting some BrewDog drinkers!
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- Thank you, Johanna! Iain Louden12.07.2010
- I have been informed that you will not be selling cask ale in Musa, and that the Brewdog beer(s) on tap will be served from keg.
Is that correct?
- Sadly I can't make it.
James: Seriously, how do you have time for this stuff? Do you have some kind of Tyler Durden counterpart that works while you sleep?
Fuck InBev, man! Fuck Anheuser Busch! We are brewing's unwanted children? So be it!Gareth Young12.07.2010
- Will Stu be there? He was my flatmate in the burgh (ask him about 'The Todd') and I've been trying to find the pleb for AGES. Graham Cowie07.07.2010
- Iain, landscape photo by Adeline Scott. We will be posting more of her work on the Musa website when it goes live next week. Or pop along and see it for yourself in Musa! J Johanna07.07.2010
- Who's is the picture? The one of the mountains. Iain Louden07.07.2010
- I left if I go or not in the hands of friends in Aberdeen. The first dinner at The Saint was lovely. Douglas MacIntyre06.07.2010
- I take it you mean Tuesday 20th JULY?
Gutted I'll be on holiday for then... :(Ross Paterson06.07.2010
- Sounds too good to be true. Sadly cannot make it for the banquet, but wish you the best of luck with this venture.
I think I am correct in saying the Musa building was formerly Trinity Chapel. Back in the seventeenth and early eighteenth century this was the church where Aberdeen's Jacobites used to worship. They got kicked out after the 1715 rising. The chapel, obviously, has been rebuilt since then.
- Seriously, where do you find the time? Chris06.07.2010