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p'tite-binch

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albin.boiteux@hec.edu 
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P’tite Binch is the society, which promotes craft beer at HEC Paris. Founded in 2017, it is one of the newest societies around on campus. P’tite Binch organises regular beer-tasting sessions and even brew its own beer!  

The mission: 

To introduce the world of craft beer to the students of HEC Paris. Being a very new society, P’tite Binch wants to make its mark here on campus. 

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Key events: 

In April, a craft-beer festival will take place on the campus, in partnership with other beer tasting societies from Assas and Mines Paris-Tech.  

Twice a month, the society organise beer tastings at French craft-breweries, as well as on campus.  

Why join this society? 

Joining P’tite Binch gives you the opportunity to meet new people and to discover the amazing world of French craft beer. Joining the club enables you to learn how to brew beer, but also how to organize interesting events for others.  

Members/president/committee:  

The president of the society is Albin Boiteux. 

The society’s history: 

This society is brand new as it only began in January 2017. After the first 6 months, 6 batches and 5 tasting sessions were completed; the club is working on growing even bigger than before with larger-scale projects currently brewing.