OUR CLASSES
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Classes are taught by local homebrew sensation Karl Weiss - a mechanical engineer, obsessive homebrewer, beer judge, and homebrewing instructor!
  1. Saturday September 23rd
    Saturday September 23rd
Going All Grain
11am - 2pm  $50

This class offers a hands on demonstration of the all grain brewing process. At the end of the class you will have the knowledge to confidently begin brewing all grain batches at home. Attendees will learn about milling grain and different grain mill options, mash tun designs, batch and fly sparging techniques, hot liquor tank design, vorlauf, and lautering. The class will also learn how to calculate strike temperatures, strike and sparge volumes, mash efficiency, perform a starch conversion test, and measure pH. Attendees will take home a detailed outline to walk you through all of the key steps.
  1. Saturday October 21st
    Saturday October 21st
Homebrewing For Beginners
11am - 3pm  $50

Join us for the Homebrewing for Beginners class for a hands on demonstration of the basics. At the end of the class you will have the knowledge to confidently begin brewing at home. Attendees will learn the critical skills needed to create a batch of beer including boiling, adding hops, chilling, sanitizing, and pitching yeast. The class will also learn how to bottle a 5 gallon batch of beer including adding priming sugar, sanitizing bottles, crimping crowns, and bottle conditioning. Attendees will also take home a detailed outline to walk you through all of  the key steps.
  1. Saturday November 4th
    Saturday November 4th
Going All Grain
11am - 2pm  $50

This class offers a hands on demonstration of the all grain brewing process. At the end of the class you will have the knowledge to confidently begin brewing all grain batches at home. Attendees will learn about milling grain and different grain mill options, mash tun designs, batch and fly sparging techniques, hot liquor tank design, vorlauf, and lautering. The class will also learn how to calculate strike temperatures, strike and sparge volumes, mash efficiency, perform a starch conversion test, and measure pH. Attendees will take home a detailed outline to walk you through all of the key steps.
  1. Saturday December 16th
    Saturday December 16th
Homebrewing For Beginners
11am - 3pm  $50

Join us for the Homebrewing for Beginners class for a hands on demonstration of the basics. At the end of the class you will have the knowledge to confidently begin brewing at home. Attendees will learn the critical skills needed to create a batch of beer including boiling, adding hops, chilling, sanitizing, and pitching yeast. The class will also learn how to bottle a 5 gallon batch of beer including adding priming sugar, sanitizing bottles, crimping crowns, and bottle conditioning. Attendees will also take home a detailed outline to walk you through all of  the key steps.

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