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Contents General Business

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Around the Club with Graham Brothers Advantage Program 6 In Focus Ipswich Bowls Club 8

Behind the Bar with Hallsy Bubbles 10

NEW REWARDS

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JERICHO

In the Community Mental Health 12

In Focus CYMS Swimming 14

In the Kitchen with Chrissie A Question of Taste 16 September Entertainment

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Getting to Know Jericho 20

October Entertainment

IPSWICH BOWLS

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ROCK STEADY

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Getting to Know Rock Steady 24

November Entertainment

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Jokes with Frank

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Kindred Clubs Contacts

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Brothers Notice Board

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CYMS SWIMMING

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SKITZ

27 COFFEE SHOP For a quick bite or well earned treat

OPEN ALL DAY 7 DAYS LEPRECHAUN BRASSERIE A great value meal for the whole family

Lunch+DINNER 7 DAYS Breakfast Buffet Sundays

Brothers has something to satisfy every dining occasion. Whether you’re looking for a quick bite for yourself, or you want to make a large group booking, Brothers can cater for you. For bookings and enquiries please call reception on 3817 2999

TRYLINE RESTAURANT For something a little more special

Lunch: Fri & Sun Dinner: Thurs - Sun

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YOUR BROTHERS MEMBERSHIP CARD

2015/2016 MEMBERSHIP

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GENERAL BUSINESS

MEMBERSHIP

Mark Hennelly | General Manager

Join today for as little as $3.30 and instantly enjoy discounts on food and drinks, start earning points in our loyalty program and become eligible for our many promotions. It’s the hardest working card in town! Not only that, but you’ll become a part of the leading club in Ipswich, a club that has been supporting local sporting, community and charitable groups for over forty years. Welcome to Brothers.

Welcome to the spring edition of the Brothers Bulletin. At this time of year, the footy season comes to an end and we start to transition into the summer sports. For those of you interested in giving something new a try, or if you’re looking to sign up again, the contact details for all our kindred clubs can be found on page 30.

PUBLICATION Brothers Bulletin is a quarterly publication for members and guests. All information was correct at time of printing. Editor: Anthony Watkins Design: Tandem E. Tandem Design Studio Advertising Enquiries: awatkins@brothersipswich.com.au

COVER Sam Beckman adding some sweetness to the Sports Bar. Photography: Caldwell Entertainment Pty Ltd

BROTHERS LEAGUES CLUB IPSWICH ADDRESS Wildey Street, Raceview QLD 4305 POSTAL

PO BOX 680, Ipswich QLD 4305

PHONE

07 3817 2999

Email info@brothersipswich.com.au

As you might know, our trading year concludes at the end of September and while final figures are not yet available, we are very pleased with the results. For those of you who are interested, the details will be available at the AGM, which at this stage is expected to be held on 29 November. Formal notification will be displayed in the club closer to the time. As always, we are very grateful to all our members for their ongoing support, particularly in the past twelve months. This support has allowed us to maintain a strong position in the face of many challenges faced by our industry. In recent months, two Ipswich clubs have unfortunately been forced to enter into agreements with third parties in order to continue trading. However, I am proud to say Brothers remains a true community club that continues to exist for the benefit of its members and the local community. We are equally proud of our forty year history and the important role we play in the lives of our longstanding members. But we are also aware we need to be constantly looking for ways to improve or we too are at risk of the economic challenges that have overcome many of our peers. That’s why I’m very excited to be able to tell you about our brand new loyalty program starting on 1 October. A lot of time has been spent researching what is available, not just locally but further afield, and we are confident the members of Brothers Ipswich are getting the best program in the region. You are soon going to start to hear a lot more about the Brothers Advantage Program and Graham’s article on page 6 provides a useful overview. There are some other great reads in this edition too, including articles on a couple of our Kindred Clubs, you’ll get to know some more of our regular entertainers a bit better, and there are some interesting articles by our Food and Beverage team. Enjoy reading and I look forward to seeing you at the Club. Cheers,


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Carols Green – PRE SE N T ING –

on the

Friday November 13 BROTHER SEERY OVAL AT 6.30PM

St Edmund’s College & Brothers Leagues Club proudly present their annual Carols on the Green. All proceeds of the evening will go to St Vincent De Paul Ipswich Division to help the needy families in our community. Collection tins will be distributed throughout the evening to support this wonderful organisation.

Come along, bring your family and friends, a picnic blanket and folding chairs and enjoy an evening of spectacular entertainment.

Brothers Leagues Club Inc 2015 AGM At the time of publication, it is expected the Annual General Meeting of Brothers Leagues Club Inc will be held at the club on Sunday 29 November at 9.30am Formal notice of AGM as well as nomination dates will be displayed within the Club closer to the time.

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AROUND THE CLUB WITH GRAHAM

Introducing the

Brothers Advantage Customer loyalty incentives have been around for centuries, incorporating various devices such as tokens or trading stamps to encourage people to keep coming back.

However, the modern frequent-flyer style program you are probably most familiar with can be traced to American Airlines in the early 80s. It was such a success that within a few years all the airlines followed suit with their own version. Now you will come across similar programs almost every day at all kinds of retailers and service providers from your supermarket to your bank. Brothers has been operating a program like this for a number of years too. Using your membership card within the club earns points that determine which level of reward you are entitled to as well as separate points that can be used to pay for meals or drinks. Most clubs these days have a similar scheme to give their members back a little bonus in exchange for their ongoing loyalty. While there are a few minor differences in how rewards are earned and delivered, they are all more or less the same idea. We are about to take ours to a new level. On October 1 we will launch the Brothers Advantage Program, a gamechanging loyalty rewards program

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exclusively available to members of Brothers Leagues Club Ipswich. We believe members of Brothers deserve the best program in the region, so we have made some changes to give our loyal members easier access, faster rewards and bigger discounts. It will work in a way that most of you will find instantly familiar, which raises the question; what has actually changed? Firstly, each tier is now more accessible. There are six different tiers in the Brothers Advantage Program and the entry level to each has been substantially lowered, making greater loyalty rewards more accessible to all our members. In the old program you had to earn an average of 7,500 points each month before you saw any benefit greater than a new member would receive on their first day. That just didn’t seem fair to our regulars. So in the Advantage Program, increased benefits start when you average only 1,250 points a month. That’s six times lower! And you will earn these points much quicker now that food and beverage sales will contribute to your loyalty

rating as well. You have always earned points through food and beverage purchases that you could spend in the club. But until now, the ratings points that determine your reward level were only based on gaming. In the new program, every dollar you spend on something to eat or drink will earn Advantage Points which ultimately lead to increased benefits. Your Advantage level will be more stable. The old program used to count rating points awarded in the current month, plus the previous month. As a result, many of our members jumped between levels on a monthly basis as their points balance fluctuated wildly. The new Brothers Advantage Program counts Advantage Points in the current month plus the previous three months. This change gives you more time to earn the points you need and will result in a more consistent point balance. You can go up a tier as soon as your Advantage Points balance reaches the required entry level. This could happen at any time during the month and your rewards will increase straight away. However, you can only ever possibly go


EASIER Access FASTER Rewards BIGGER Discounts

down a tier once a month, as points that are more than three months old drop off on the first of each month. You can keep an eye on your points balance at the Rewards Kiosks near reception. Not only are the tiers easier to reach and maintain in the Advantage Program, the rewards for loyal members will be greater too! Loyalty Reward Points (the ones you can spend) will be earned at a much faster rate (up to 150% faster than the highest tier in the old program) and discounts on drinks and meals will be higher as well (up to twice as high). New members will still benefit from discounts and points awarded the first time they use their card, but regular visitors will find the rewards are even greater! That’s how it should be.

Brothers

Emerald

Longer term members will also appreciate that we are scrapping the annual point purge. Your old points used to expire at the end of September. Under the new program, you have at least twelve months to use your Loyalty Reward Points from the time they are earned. If you are using them throughout the year, there is no need for you to ever lose them. It should also be mentioned that all the points you have earned as part of the existing program will be transferred to the new one when it commences on 1 October. So if you have been using your card all this time, you may find you go straight to one of the higher tiers on day one.

Sapphire

Ruby

We have spent a lot of time looking at the programs that are available at other clubs both here and interstate. Many look good on the surface, but scratch a little deeper and the limitations become obvious. Some of them even appear to have been designed to trick you. We have intentionally made the Brothers Advantage Program simple to understand and more transparent for our members. We are confident it will be the best loyalty program, not just in Ipswich, but much further afield as well. I invite you to discover the Brothers Advantage for yourself.

Diamond

Leprechaun

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IN FOCUS

The Ipswich

Bowls Club One of the best kept secrets in the heart of the city is the located in the beautiful Queens Park. Still going strong more than a century after it was formally founded in 1910, today the club boasts two greens (one of which is under lights) that are both kept in excellent condition and surrounded by gardens and flower beds.


Lawn bowls is a precision sport played by men and women of all ages. According to Bowls Australia, there are over six hundred thousand participants nationally, and despite the stereotypes, roughly a quarter of them are under the age of forty. Those who play it often come into the sport as sceptics, but report being hooked after giving it a try. The common reasons given for playing bowls include for the challenge and competition, personal enjoyment, the pleasure of spending time outdoors and for social interaction. It is also a popular low impact, therapeutic form of exercise. The Chairman of Ipswich Bowls, Darryl Knight says the club is well-known for its friendly and family-like atmosphere and is always on the lookout for people to join. “We welcome anyone who wants to give it a try” he says. “We even offer free coaching to new members.” Darryl says the club caters for those who just want to play socially and those who are more competitive. “How seriously you want to take it is entirely up to you” he says. “You can just come out for an occasional roll or you can participate in club championships. Some members compete at District and State Level as well.”

“Where better to roll one down than the welcoming & picturesque club?

Ipswich Bowls Club has a long history of success in Pennant competitions (both ladies and men), Premier 7’s and Western Shield. At an individual level, probably the highest achieving player to come out of the club has been Roy Fowler who, amongst his many incredible accomplishments, was the first Paralympic gold medallist in lawn bowls from Queensland, was undefeated in national disabled competitions from 1982 to 1991 and excelled in able-bodied lawn bowls competitions. However, the clubhouse is full of honour boards, permanently displaying the names of various title holders from the last century. In addition to all their weekly events, Ipswich Bowls is involved in a number of special competitions held throughout the year. The Maroske Shield is held twice a year with sister club, the Esk Bowls Club. There are also a number of other competitions such as the Pisasale Shield, the Leischke Shield and the Beryl Johnston Cup which will all be held on weekends during spring.

And to celebrate everyone’s achievements, the club famously holds a Christmas party in December. In the warmer weather, barefoot bowls operate every Friday night. It is a great way to get a feel for the sport without any pressure and lots of fun for friends or coworkers looking for a social activity. It’s also brilliant with a BBQ and a quiet drink for celebrating special occasions. If you are interested in having a try or perhaps even joining, contact the club. Even if you’ve never played before, there is always someone available to give a helping hand. Club membership is only going to cost you $110 for the whole year, which also includes your national affiliation fees. Bowls are available to try before you commit and soft soled shoes or rubber thongs are acceptable to play in. Darryl says whatever you might currently think of the sport, you should give it a go. “I think most people that try it enjoy it.”

Merle Finimore Avenue Queens Park, Ipswich QLD 4305 Phone: 07 3281 1420 Email: ipsbowlsclub@bigpond.com ipswichbowlsclub.bowls.com.au

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IN THE COMMUNITY

ICYS and Brothers Partnership Values Mental Health ICYS Ipswich Community Youth Service is partnering with Brothers Leagues Club Ipswich to raise awareness of Mental Health this October.

Mental Health Week takes place from the 4th – 11th October 2015 and is an opportunity to shine the spotlight on mental health and identify ways we can all strive for good head health. This year’s theme in Queensland is ‘Value Mental Health’. About 1 in 5 Australians will experience a mental illness, however most of us will experience a mental health problem at some time in our lives. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through to adulthood and therefore it is important to understand the signs, know where to access assistance and know how to assist a friend, colleague or loved one who may need your support. ICYS is one of a number of organisations that operate in the Ipswich region that assist the community to access support. ICYS

has a dedicated Youth Intake Officer to assist young people, family members and the community to navigate the services that exist within the community and assist with accessing the support you may need. While ICYS generally supports children and young people up to the age of 25 and their families, the web of community organisations across Ipswich ensures community members of all ages can access support they need.

Look out for other hints, tips and activities during Mental Health Week at Brothers from the 4th October as Brothers and ICYS Ipswich Community Youth Service seek to raise awareness and understanding of mental health in our community.

ICYS Service Manager, Amanda Margerison, is encouraging everyone to do at least one thing during Mental Health Week to promote good mental health. Amanda suggests heading down for a cuppa in the coffee lounge during Mental Health Week and inviting a friend or family member along who you may have been meaning to catch up with. “Connecting with friends and family is a great way to boost good mental health” says Amanda.

Kids Help Line

Helplines: Lifeline

13 11 14 1800 55 1800

beyondblue

1300 22 4636

eheadspace

1800 65 0890

Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467 ICYS Ipswich Community Youth Service 3812 1050 / Email: info@icys.org.au ‘Like’ us on Facebook (ICYSinc) and visit the ICYS website to find out about the other services ICYS provide www.icys.org.au

Providing assistance and support to children and young people, their families and their communities Information and Referral

Housing and Homelessness

Intensive Personal Support

Education Engagement

Employment and Training

Disability

Events and Activities

Volunteering and Active Citizenship

ICYS relies on government funding in addition to community and business donations. Please help support at risk children and young people by making a tax deductible donation via our website.

Phone 07 3812 1050 • www.icys.org.au

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RESPONSIBLE GAMBLING

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Bet you’re right.

They say Aussies will bet on anything. Even two flies climbing up a wall. It’s no surprise then that anyone can get in over their head. Maybe it’s you? Free and confidential help is available.

Call the Gambling Helpline 1800 858 858 or visit www.gamblinghelponline.org.au They say Aussies will bet on anything. Even two flies climbing up a wall. It’s no surprise then that anyone can get in over their head. Maybe it’s you? Free and confidential help is available.

Call the Gambling Helpline 1800 858 858 or visit www.gamblinghelponline.org.au

WHEN YOU JUST NEED AN EAR Somewhere in Australia there is a new call to Lifeline every minute. Salvo Care Line 1300 36 36 22 13 SALVOS (13 72 58)

24hr crisis line 13 11 14

headspace Ipswich is here to help young people aged 12 to 25 who are going through a tough time.

(07) 3280 7900 headspace ipswich

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BEHIND THE BAR WITH HALLSY

Bubbles As the weather warms up and the footy season winds down, I find my attention starts to turn to racing. The Spring Carnival is one of my favourite times of the year.

I have to admit, I don’t mind the odd punt and the ladies in all their finery aren’t too rough on the old eyeballs either. Getting down to the track or even watching the Cup on the big screen here at the club makes for a great day out. As you would know, I’m a beer man most days. But sometimes you find yourself in a situation where you have to step it up a notch. If you want to mix it with the A-listers, as I often do *cough*, you’re probably going to find yourself at some stage holding a glass of sparkling wine. So to help you avoid looking like a total berk, here’s my short and sweet look at bubbles.

Sparkling wine is the generic name given to any wine with significant levels of carbon dioxide in it, which is what makes it fizzy or effervescent. It gets there either through natural fermentation (in the bottle or in purpose built tanks) or as a result of a carbon dioxide injection. There are actually four main methods used for producing it these days, but the key difference with still wines is the sparkling wine goes through a second fermentation process. The sweetness of the sparkling wine is determined by the amount of sugar (or dosage) added after the second fermentation as well as the aging. It can range from Brut Natural or Brut

Melbourne Cup Luncheon • Tuesday 3 November •

Zero where there is no extra sugar, through Brut (the most common type), your Secs and Demi-Secs and finally to Doux where there is 50+ grams of sugar per litre added. That one is strictly for the sweet tooths. We’re pretty cluey about these things nowadays, but for a long time we had no idea how it worked. Bubbles have been observed in wine throughout history and were even noted by ancient writers who variously attributed them to phases of the moon or to both good and evil spirits. The sparkling wine that probably most easily comes to mind for most people is Champagne which has quite successfully associated itself with

Join us for all the colour and spectacle of the Spring Carnival’s biggest day of racing in style at Brothers.

Fun and Games • Prizes and Giveaways Live Entertainment • TAB Facilities All the Racing on the Big Screen Hosted by Mark Ritchie $40 members | $45 non-members Includes complimentary drink on arrival Doors open 11am • Lunch Served from 12pm entertainment by donnelle brooks further details: brothersipswich.com.au bookings contact reception on 3817 2999

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a little “Add sparkle to

your palette. are still many examples of red sparkling wines available such as our very own Australian sparkling Shiraz which is starting to catch on around the world. celebrations and special occasions. For a while, it became the term to describe just about every wine produced with bubbles in it. But the people from the Champagne region of France got upset and put a stop to that. Now, unless it’s their gear, done their way, you can’t put Champagne on the label, although a few cheeky buggers get around this by making a slight adjustment to the spelling or using a lower case c. It’s actually ironic the Frenchies became so precious because in the Middle Ages, the tendency of still wine from the Champagne region to lightly sparkle was considered to be a fault. It also had a bad habit of making bottles explode, leading some of the harsher critics to call it “The Devil’s Wine”. It wasn’t until the British took a shine to it in the 17th Century, figured out how it worked, put it in stronger bottles and jammed a cork in it that it started to take off and become the most popular of the sparkling wines worldwide. While Champagne is undoubtedly still number one, there are plenty of other regions around the world that produce their own version of sparkling wine too, like Espumante from Portugal, Cava from Spain and Prosecco from Italy. As per usual, us Aussies are up to our necks in it too with some of the best examples of traditional and modern styles available. And although it is most common in white or rosé varieties, there

Here at Brothers we have a few sparklers that go pretty well. Our most popular is the Angas Brut Premium NV (non vintage). It was created in the mid 1980’s and since then has forged a reputation for providing maximum flavour and quality at an affordable price. It uses the classic Champagne grape varieties of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay and is bottle fermented to give it a complexity and freshness with a fine bead of creaminess on the palate. There are heaps of others available through our bottle shop, including a few of the less common varieties that are well worth checking out. You may have heard people tell you that the bubbles in sparkling wine will go straight to your head and get you a bit wobbly faster. As with most things, the truth is a bit more complicated. There is evidence that some people are affected this way. In one of the larger studies (how do you volunteer for these things?), most of the people who took part initially absorbed on average 50% more alcohol into their blood stream with bubbles than without. But a handful produced the opposite result and for some it made no difference at all. However, within an hour, the levels all evened out. So whatever effect there apparently is for some people, it is only short-lived. The bottom line is a drink is a drink so keep an eye on how many you have but don’t be afraid to try something new. There’s sure to be a variety of bubbles for you.

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IN FOCUS

CYMS Swimming Girt by sea, Australia has a long and proud history of producing world-class swimming champions.

Names such as Dawn Fraser, Shane Gould, Ian Thorpe, Kieran Perkins and many others have entered the realm of folklore for their incredible achievements and have inspired thousands of kids all across the country to follow their lead.

“Our younger brigade look up to our State and National level swimmers” says Mick. “As a club we encourage everyone to aspire to such a level of performance. That is why we take pride in giving every member every opportunity to swim at their utmost potential.”

Helping many aspiring swimmers along the path to achieving their potential right here in Ipswich, CYMS St. Edmunds Swim Club (or CYs) is celebrating their 100th Anniversary this year.

Brothers Leagues Club has been a long time supporter of CYMS through the Kindred Club program.

Current head coach, Stephen Critoph and junior coach, Brad Thurlow boast over 50 years coaching experience between them. They promote discipline, involvement, teamwork and support and have contributed to the success of many junior swimmers. Every year they have swimmers attend the national age titles. This year, two swimmers, Aiden Tuihalangingie and Max Roche, competed in individual swims at the national age titles as well as teaming up with Josh McIntyre and Nat Smith in the 4 x 100m freestyle relay. Aiden and Ryan Smith also qualified for the open national titles. CYMS St. Edmunds President, Mick McIntyre says CYs cater for all levels and no one is turned away. “We welcome everyone and strive to run a friendly and supportive swim club” says Mick. “We cater for all swimmers abilities and strive to assist them in improving their times.” Beginners are most certainly welcome and encouraged at CYMS. Each Tuesday night in club season we have a kick board race, and 12.5, 25, 50, 100 and 200 metre swims in all disciplines. Participation and enjoyment are the priorities.

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Mick says the relationship with Brothers has been invaluable. “I have spoken to other swim clubs and they are envious of our association with Brothers” he says. “It is a great promotional tool and we have benefitted from knowing that the most popular club in Ipswich has our back.” CYMS are a family orientated club catering for boys and girls from five years through to adults. Their official season runs from October to March with a few weeks break for the Christmas holidays. But they attend various carnivals throughout the whole year. Training is held at the St. Edmunds College pool in Woodend after school from Monday to Friday all year round. Club nights are every Tuesday night during term 1 and 4 of the school year. The club is aware of rising household expenses and for the third year in a row have been able to keep the costs of joining to only $120 a year which covers everything. There are no entry fees on club nights. Anyone interested in joining CYMS is invited to attend the sign-on day at St Edmunds pool from 4.30pm on Tuesday 15 September. If you are unable to attend, please visit the website cymsstedmunds.com.au to download an application form or for more information call Mick on 0419 747 725 or Greg on 0411 131 066.


We welcome “everyone and strive to run a friendly and supportive swim club. | MICK MCINTYRE, PRESIDENT

SIGN ON: TUESDAY 15 SEPTEMBER 4.30PM ST EDMUNDS POOL

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IN THE KITCHEN WITH CHRISSIE

It’s a question of

Taste

Something you have to get used to when working in a commercial kitchen is the range of opinions you will encounter for any given meal. The same dish that is loved by one person can be equally hated by someone else who orders it on the same night.

With so many popular reality cooking shows on television, it seems everyone these days has an opinion as to how food should be prepared and presented. Yet, rarely do they agree. It is not uncommon for us to receive feedback from two different people with suggestions that are the complete opposite to each other. Often it comes down to tradition versus fashion. Some people prefer the exact same meal they have been ordering for years and get upset by any variation to their routine. While others want to be surprised with exotic ingredients and unusual combinations every time they come out to eat. In a club environment with over 20,000 members of all ages and backgrounds, preparing a menu for such a variety of opinions is a challenge. And it makes you wonder where do all these distinct tastes come from?

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Taste is one of the five traditional senses you were probably taught about in school (along with sight, hearing, smell and touch). Also known as gustatory perception or gustation, taste is the sensory impression of food or other substances on the tongue and in the mouth. Although there are some cultural variations of definitions, it is now widely accepted we can all recognise five basic tastes. These are sweet, salty, sour, bitter, and what has been called umami, a Japanese word meaning “pleasant savoury taste”. Umami has only relatively recently been accepted as a basic taste. On its own, it is difficult to describe but it has a mild but lasting aftertaste that makes a great variety of foods pleasant, especially in the presence of a matching aroma. Of course, these basic tastes only tell part of the story of our experience

with food. Other factors include smell, texture, temperature, “coolness” (such as in mints) and “hotness” (pungency or spiciness). Your level of sensitivity to all these factors (and others) make a contribution to your enjoyment or otherwise of a meal. Our taste preferences are with us from a very early age. Not only do we inherit the genes from our parents that shape our taste receptors, research suggests amniotic fluids transfer flavours to the fetus. What women eat while pregnant and then later during breastfeeding can also affect their child’s taste preferences. These early experiences set the stage for later food choices and are important in establishing life-long food habits. But how long this influence lasts is difficult to say. As we get older, additional factors play a role and we learn to favour certain foods or flavours as a result of positive or


negative experiences growing up. Recalling a positive memory about eating vegetables in the past will make a present experience with them more enjoyable. But even taking into account an established predisposition, the taste you actually experience at any given time still isn’t that simple. In recent years, a growing number of studies have shown that taste can be influenced by a host of surprising factors independent of the meal itself. If you expect something to taste better it probably will. A group of French sommeliers reported a preference for a wine poured from a high-priced bottle over the exact same wine poured from a cheap one. Similarly, the way food is described affects your perception of it. For example, add the word “succulent” to describe a cut of meat and studies show most people will believe it tastes better after they try it. Keep an eye out for this word to appear more often in our menus. A study involving Scotch Whisky found the environment you consume in can influence perceived flavour too. Served in different rooms that were set up based on themes (grassy, sweet and woody), participants were asked to describe the qualities of the same Scotch. They largely responded with “grassy,” “sweet,” or “woody,” respectively. There are a host of other examples that can be found in various journals where changing a single factor, such as colour, had an effect on the reported perceptions of flavour. The point is, how a thing tastes is extremely complicated and inherently personal. At Brothers, we have generally favoured a relatively simple approach to our menus based on the feedback we have received from our members over many years. There are a number of core dishes that have remained essentially unchanged for decades because of their broad appeal and the ease with which they can be personalised with the addition of simple condiments. That is not to say we don’t occasionally mix it up. If you do prefer something a little more contemporary, the regular specials we offer in the Tryline are a good place to look. We are always mindful that taste preferences evolve and we would love to hear from you. What are your favourite meals on our current menus? What would you like to see added or perhaps changed? Send your thoughts to cvoll@brothersipswich.com.au.

FUN FACT:

Your age changes how you experience taste . On average, people lose half their taste receptors by the time they turn 20.

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ENTERTAINMENT

THURSDAYS 11.00AM-2.00PM 03 September Rob Rosenlund & Tony Jeffrey 10 September Glenn Callaghan

September

FRIDAYS

SOLOISTS & DUOS EASY LISTENING

PARTY PUB ROCK

CLUB STYLE VARIETY

50’S & 60’S ROCK ‘N’ ROLL

SATURDAYS

7.30PM-11.30PM

7.30PM-11.30PM

04 September Truckstop

05 Sept Atmosphere

11 September Vicky O’Keefe

12 Sept Vintage

18 September Seductive Soul

19 Sept The Fabulous Boogie Boys

25 September Just Five

26 Sept Paris Texas “The 80s Tour”

O BAR

O BAR

O BAR

FRIDAYS

SATURDAYS

SUNDAYS

17 September Tracy Vaughan 24 September Transition

9.30PM-1.30AM

9.30PM-1.30AM

2.00PM-6.00PM

04 September Half Monte

05 September Dirty Dice

06 September Cool Change

11 September Hippopotamus

12 September Sarenda

13 September Hot Wire

18 September Rush Hour

19 September Venus Envy

20 September 3 is Company

25 September Just Like That

26 September Wasabi

27 September Dance On

SPORTS BAR

SPORTS BAR

O BAR

Entertainment subject to change on short notice. Check website for latest.

HAVE YOU RENEWED YET? For many of our members it’s renewals time again. Next year looks set to be even bigger and better at Brothers and we’d hate for you to miss out.

As an extra incentive, renew before SeptEMBER 30 & you can go into the draw to win one of

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GETTING TO KNOW

Jericho Moulded in the finest tradition of Aussie pub rock bands, Jericho is about as authentic as they come. Their nononsense style resonates well with the Brothers crowd as much today as it did when they first played here about five years ago.

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Their first ever gig at Brothers was as the backing band for a well known country artist who didn’t quite connect on the night. In the end, Jericho played the final hour by themselves and have been regulars here ever since.

“We’ve done quite a few of those; really huge crowds and just a fantastic atmosphere to play in. For a cover band it’s great.”

Jericho began back in 2008. The current line-up consists of Geoff Taylor on vocals and bass, Anthony Smith on guitar and vocals and Matt Owen on drums.

The Cunnamulla Fella Festival also rates as a highlight for Jericho, as does the week they spent at the Tamworth Country Music Festival backing Dallas Steele.

Geoff has been playing for about thirty years in different cover bands across NSW, South Australia and Queensland and has featured in a number of local tribute shows including ZZ Top and the Rolling Stones. He is about to take on the role of Glenn Frey in a touring Eagles show.

The Jericho you see at Brothers seems a long way from Tamworth, but Geoff in particular has a country background and doesn’t mind a bit of country rock. In fact his taste in music is quite eclectic with inspirations including the Beatles, Garth Brooks and Green Day.

Anthony has also been playing professionally for over thirty years. He started touring in original bands but has since been involved in a number of tribute shows and recently played in Norway on the same bill as Foreigner, Journey and Twisted Sister. For over eight years he played as Brian May in a Queen show and is about to reprise that role in a major new production in Sydney. Matt’s introduction to professional performance was a little different. He had played with friends at school, but it wasn’t until after a redundancy payment which allowed him to buy a drum kit and a van that he met Geoff and went on to form Jericho. Matt’s van has played an important role in Jericho who have amassed an incredible number of kilometres in the past seven years. They used to play regularly in Coffs Harbour and have been as far north as Hamilton Island. They even once played at a pub owned by friends of Matt’s in Tibooburra in north-western NSW. They stopped off for one show on the way at Lightning Ridge, which is far enough. But the trip home was a solid 18 hour drive! According to Matt, the reason for doing it was pretty simple. “They asked us. And we were stupid enough to say ‘yes’”. Despite the difficulties of long distance travel for modest money, the boys say some of the shows out west have been amongst their favourites. They have performed at various races, show days and rodeos. Geoff says the rodeos are especially fun.

However, Jericho is all about playing whatever the people want to hear. There are songs they have to play every time because the crowd demands them like Sweet Home Alabama, Khe Sahn and Brown Eyed Girl. And depending on the venue, more contemporary hits like I’ve Got a Feeling can be relied on to pack the dance floors. “We just try to keep it solid and keep people dancing really” Geoff explains. “You’re there for the people. You’re not there for yourself. That’s the thing” says Anthony. Brothers rates highly as one of Jericho’s favourite venues. While they remember a time when the crowds were bigger, they say recently they have noticed it is starting to pick up again. And for a band, it has always been a great place to play. “Yeah, definitely an enjoyable gig” says Geoff. “There are a lot of other places I stopped playing at years ago because I just didn’t want to go back there.” “There never seems to be any trouble here anymore” observes Matt. Jericho loves crowd involvement and describes a perfect gig as being when the dancefloor is packed and the crowd is singing along. “Sometimes I’ve played at gigs where they’ve just drowned us out. And that’s awesome” says Geoff. “When it’s on, it’s on. And you’re feeding off them” agrees Anthony. “That’s how organic it is. No gig is ever the same.”

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THURSDAYS 11.00AM-2.00PM

FRIDAYS

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CLUB STYLE VARIETY

50’S & 60’S ROCK ‘N’ ROLL

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01 October Marco

02 October Able Magwitch

03 October Family Affair

08 October Kevin Smith

09 October Rock Steady

10 October SoulCutz

15 October Matti Biskit

16 October Caught in the Act

22 October Dan Schulzeck

23 October Rob Hackwood Trio

29 October Robby Fry

30 October Slow Train Coming

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03 October Vertigo

04 October Wally & The Gators

09 October Men Behaving Loudly

10 October Zoophonic Blonde

11 October The Jon Skye Band

16 October Bootleg Flyers

17 October Diva Demolition

18 October Bit by Bit

23 October Jericho

24 October No Standing

30 October Triplickit

31 October A Noble Few

25 October Little Stevie and the Tail Fins

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GETTING TO KNOW

Rock Steady If any band could be considered synonymous with Brothers, it would have to be Rock Steady who have been playing here in one form or another since 1992. The current line-up is actually the third version of the band with Glenn Callaghan the one constant throughout. Consisting of Glenn on guitar, his son Mitch Callaghan on bass and long-time friend, Brad McDonald on drums (they all share vocals), this Rock Steady has been together for about five years. Rock Steady began as a duo with Glenn and Dave Edwards who were both members of the Dukes of Earl, a successful band who toured all over Australia backing well-known performers like Normie Rowe and Jade Hurley. The Dukes even played at Brothers as far back as 1989 at a function, which means Glenn has been performing at the club for more than a quarter of a century. Glenn grew up on the Gold Coast where the band he was in had a residency supporting all the major touring acts of the time. Bands such as INXS, Midnight Oil and Cold Chisel were all going through and Glenn’s band got all the supports. “Never got no money for it” Glenn remembers. “But it was all the drinks and the girls and that sort of stuff. It was good.” Glenn says the music scene has completely changed since those days. Because most venues now cater for multiple uses with food served near the band, you can’t ‘rock it up’ like you used to. “We used to play in a room half this size with a monster PA and people would be in there dancing and rockin’ on” Glenn says. “Now you’ve got to be real conscious of the volume.” “Even the pubs are like that now too” agrees Brad. Today Rock Steady are concentrating on building a reputation as a Rockabilly and Rock n Roll band which has been helping them land a lot of car festival gigs. “They’ve sort of taken us in so we’re

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going down that road to see where it leads” says Glenn.

bikes anyway and the bigger stages at festivals allow them to crank it up.

But on any given night at Brothers, they will draw on their extensive repertoire and play to the crowd in front of them.

“We’ve got the big system and we’re getting off on that at the moment” says Glenn.

“If they want Rock n Roll, we play Rock n Roll. If they want Barnesy, we play Barnesy” says Glenn. “We don’t work to a set list. We just call them out as we go.” Mitch says the songs they play depend on who they are playing to. “Especially in the cover band scene, you’ve got to stay competitive. So you’ve got to play a bit of everything.” “The key is to play the songs that everybody likes” says Brad. “It has to have been a classic at some stage.” It helps that all three members of the band also perform as soloists with guitar and vocals which gives them added versatility and allows them to share the spotlight for different songs. Drums were actually Brad’s first instrument, but at the time he and Glenn were thinking about starting a new version of Rock Steady he had to go out and buy a drum kit. “I hadn’t picked up a drum kit in about ten years until we had a jam” Brad recalls. While they all say it would be great to make a living from their hobby, Glenn is the only one of the three to be currently working fulltime as a musician. Mitch is a machine operator, while Brad is a critical care paramedic. It’s a background he has had to call on more than once during gigs. “I’ve literally had to stop playing because somebody was having a heart attack.” Glenn says Rock Steady are currently pursuing the Rockabilly thing because that’s where they see the most potential. The festival culture that goes with it seems like a good fit. Both Glenn and Mitch are into cars and

Brad is happy to come along, but his pedigree in cars isn’t as strong as the others. He recently bought a car only to write it off a week later. “I hit the only pole at the Redland Bay Hotel” he laughs “And I was sober.” A Rock Steady gig is always interactive with plenty of light hearted banter between members and with the crowd. But Brad says Mitch is definitely the character of the band. “He was actually shy when we first got him in” says Brad. “I think we’ve created a monster.” “We brought him in so we might draw a younger crowd and Brad and I look after the older ones” says Glenn. “It hasn’t worked though” laughs Mitch. What has most definitely worked is establishing a loyal following of Brothers members. “It’s not about just standing up there and playing that mad riff or anything like that” says Mitch “It’s about connecting with them and getting to know them personally” “A lot of people have been coming for a long time” says Brad. “People know us from Brothers. This is our home base” adds Glenn. While the affection for Rock Steady from Brothers is clear, the boys say the feeling is mutual. “I think the bottom line is we’d like to thank Brothers for their support over the years. Like I say, we’ve been here for a lot of years, especially me, and they’ve always supported live music” says Glenn. “It’s the number one venue in Ipswich.”


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ENTERTAINMENT

THURSDAYS 11.00AM-2.00PM

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50’S & 60’S ROCK ‘N’ ROLL

SATURDAYS

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7.30PM-11.30PM

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06 November Kickstart

07 November Vicky O’Keefe

12 November Tracy Vaughan

13 November Truckstop

14 November Atmosphere

19 November Russell Davey

20 November Paris Texas “The 80s Tour”

21 November Vintage

26 November Transition

28 November Seductive Soul

27 November Route 66

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07 November Dirty Dice

01 November Cool Change

13 November Wasabi

14 November Sarenda

08 November Shindig

20 November Just Like That

21 November Venus Envy

15 November Hot Wire

27 November Native Sun

28 November No Standing

22 November Crisis the Band 29 November Dance On

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At a wine merchant the regular taster died and the director started looking for a new one to hire. A drunkard with a ragged, dirty look came to apply for the position. The director of the factory wondered how to send him away. They gave him a glass to drink.

A Navy pilot walks into a bar and takes a seat next to a very attractive woman.

He tried it and said, “It’s a Muscat, three years old, grown on a north slope, matured in steel containers. Low grade but acceptable.” “That’s correct” said the boss. Another glass... “It’s a cabernet, eight years old, a south-western slope, oak barrels, matured at eight degrees. Requires three more years for finest results.” “Correct.” A third glass... “It’s a pinot blanc champagne, high grade and exclusive”, calmly said the drunk. The director was astonished and found it hard to believe let alone accept. He winked at his secretary to suggest something. She left the room, and came back in with a glass of urine. The alcoholic tried it. “It’s a blonde, 26 years old, three months pregnant and if you don’t give me the job, I’ll name the father.”

He gives her a quick glance then casually looks at his new Applewatch for a moment. The woman notices this and asks, “Is your date running late?” No,” he replies, “I just got this state-of-the-art Apple watch and I was just testing it.” The intrigued woman says, “A state-of-the-art watch? What’s so special about it?” The pilot says, “It uses alpha waves to talk to me telepathically.” The lady says, “What’s it telling you now?” Well, it says you’re not wearing any panties.” The woman giggles and replies, “Well it must be broken because I am wearing panties!” The pilot smirks, taps his watch and says, “Darn thing’s an hour fast.” And that, my friends... is confidence!

THOUGHTFUL HUSBAND The thoughtful husband was putting his coat and hat on to make his way down to the local pub. He turned to his wife before leaving, and said “Helen, put your hat and coat on.” She replied, “’Aw Danny that’s nice, are you taking me to the pub with you?” “Nay”, replied the thoughtful husband, “I’m turning the heat off while I’m out.”

* You’re a woman and you see a handsome guy at a party. You go up to him and say, “I’m fantastic in bed.” That’s Direct Marketing. * You’re at a party with a bunch of friends and see a handsome guy. One of your friends goes up to him and, pointing at you, says, “She’s fantastic in bed.” That’s Advertising. * You see a handsome guy at a party. You go up to him and get his telephone number. The next day you call and say, ”Hi, I’m fantastic in bed.” That’s Telemarketing. * You see a guy at a party; you straighten your dress. You walk up to him and pour him a drink. You say, “May I?” and reach up to straighten his tie, brushing your breast lightly against his arm and then say, “By the way, I’m fantastic in bed.” That’s Public Relations. * You’re at a party and see a handsome guy. He walks up to you and says, “I hear you’re fantastic in bed.” That’s Brand Recognition. *You’re at a party and see a handsome guy. He fancies you, but you talk him into going home with your friend. That’s a Sales Rep. * Your friend can’t satisfy him so he calls you. That’s Tech Support (after sales service). * You’re on your way to a party when you realise that there could be handsome men in all these houses you’re passing, so you climb onto the roof of one situated towards the centre and shout at the top of your lungs, “I’m fantastic in bed!” That’s Facebook.

GRANDMA & GRANDPA Two grandparents were visiting their kids overnight. When Grandpa found a bottle of Viagra in his son’s medicine cabinet, he asked about using one of the pills. The son said, “I don’t think you should take one Dad; they’re very strong and expensive.” “How much?” asked Grandpa. $10 a pill,” answered the son. “I don’t care,” said Grandpa, “I’d still like to try one, and before we leave in the morning, I’ll put the money under the pillow.” Later the next morning, the son found $110 under the pillow. He called Grandpa and said, “I told you each pill was $10, not $110.“I know,” said Grandpa. “The hundred is from Grandma!”

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Brothers Bulletin Spring 2015  

The Brothers Bulletin is a quarterly publication for members and guests of Brothers Leagues Club in Ipswich. It contains stories about the p...