Join local Brewer Jesse Young for Part One of The Homebrewer Series! A full comprehensive entry-level brewing class series designed to show new & seasoned homebrewer the entire beer making process. This introductory class will cover malt extract brewing, transferring, bottling and more.
We will cover basic brewing terms, the use of specialty grains, hops, yeast, malt extract, sanitizing, fermentation, plus the vast history and anthropology of brewing. If you've been interested in making your own beer, this class is for you! No brewing experience is necessary.
During this class, we’ll brew a batch of beer so you can visually see the process from beginning to end. We will boil and chill a 5-gallon batch of beer with Q & A throughout the live demonstration. The focus will be on the basics of brewing, along with some "tips" to help the first timer avoid common brewing mistakes. In addition, we’ll venture through humanity’s history of brewing and learn why beer became the cornerstone of our past.
The non-refundable* cost is $35.00 per person.
Class sizes are limited, and advanced registration is required, so please register prior to the day of class.
*To ensure top-quality classes, if the 10-person minimum enrollment is not met the day before the class is scheduled, the class will be cancelled, and a full refund will be issued. No refunds or credit for missed classes.
Please contact Jesse Young, for additional information or questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank You and Happy Brewing!