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    October 2014

    Beer & Brewing Foundation Program

    October 11 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

    Everything needed to brew beer. A full semester brewing program which will give you the hands-on expericne any beginning brewer needs. Presented in a light-hearted but pragmatic style, the weekly classes are based in both lectures and lab work.

    “Best Adult Education”
    Philadelphia Magazine

    • Class topics include the following:
    • Beer Styles
    • Ingredients and Equipment
    • Brewing Laboratory (Three Sections)
    • Dry Hopping Laboratory
    • Bottling and Kegging Laboratory
    • The Keg Tap

    Class #1 Overview of Fermentation

    Class #2 Sensory Training. A focus on beer esters, hop flavors, and faults.

    Class #3 Beer Styles. A compendium tasting of classic beer styles, their origins, and modern interpretations.  After this class, the students begin brewing beer, which will be sampled during the last day of class.

    Class #4 The Wort. A hands-on approach to building the grain bill. In this laboratory class, you will learn how to create a wort from a full grain malt, use a hydrometer, and test water PH. This is a hands-on laboratory class.

    Class #5 The Boil & Fermentation. In this class, you will learn about hop additions, proper boil techniques, and fermentation essentials. This is a hands-on laboratory class.

    Class #6. Racking & Wet Hopping. The essentials of fermentation will be reviewed in this class, plus a hands-on tutorial in racking and wet hopping.

    Class #7 Kegging & Bottle Conditioning. In this class, the final steps of beer making will be completed. This includes kegging and bottle conditioning the beers.

    Class #8 Tapping the Keg. In this class, we crack open the beers we started brewing in Class #4.

    Read more about this class »

    Beer & Brewing Foundation Program

    October 18 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

    Everything needed to brew beer. A full semester brewing program which will give you the hands-on expericne any beginning brewer needs. Presented in a light-hearted but pragmatic style, the weekly classes are based in both lectures and lab work.

    “Best Adult Education”
    Philadelphia Magazine

    • Class topics include the following:
    • Beer Styles
    • Ingredients and Equipment
    • Brewing Laboratory (Three Sections)
    • Dry Hopping Laboratory
    • Bottling and Kegging Laboratory
    • The Keg Tap

    Class #1 Overview of Fermentation

    Class #2 Sensory Training. A focus on beer esters, hop flavors, and faults.

    Class #3 Beer Styles. A compendium tasting of classic beer styles, their origins, and modern interpretations.  After this class, the students begin brewing beer, which will be sampled during the last day of class.

    Class #4 The Wort. A hands-on approach to building the grain bill. In this laboratory class, you will learn how to create a wort from a full grain malt, use a hydrometer, and test water PH. This is a hands-on laboratory class.

    Class #5 The Boil & Fermentation. In this class, you will learn about hop additions, proper boil techniques, and fermentation essentials. This is a hands-on laboratory class.

    Class #6. Racking & Wet Hopping. The essentials of fermentation will be reviewed in this class, plus a hands-on tutorial in racking and wet hopping.

    Class #7 Kegging & Bottle Conditioning. In this class, the final steps of beer making will be completed. This includes kegging and bottle conditioning the beers.

    Class #8 Tapping the Keg. In this class, we crack open the beers we started brewing in Class #4.

    Read more about this class »

    Beer & Brewing Foundation Program

    October 25 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

    Everything needed to brew beer. A full semester brewing program which will give you the hands-on expericne any beginning brewer needs. Presented in a light-hearted but pragmatic style, the weekly classes are based in both lectures and lab work.

    “Best Adult Education”
    Philadelphia Magazine

    • Class topics include the following:
    • Beer Styles
    • Ingredients and Equipment
    • Brewing Laboratory (Three Sections)
    • Dry Hopping Laboratory
    • Bottling and Kegging Laboratory
    • The Keg Tap

    Class #1 Overview of Fermentation

    Class #2 Sensory Training. A focus on beer esters, hop flavors, and faults.

    Class #3 Beer Styles. A compendium tasting of classic beer styles, their origins, and modern interpretations.  After this class, the students begin brewing beer, which will be sampled during the last day of class.

    Class #4 The Wort. A hands-on approach to building the grain bill. In this laboratory class, you will learn how to create a wort from a full grain malt, use a hydrometer, and test water PH. This is a hands-on laboratory class.

    Class #5 The Boil & Fermentation. In this class, you will learn about hop additions, proper boil techniques, and fermentation essentials. This is a hands-on laboratory class.

    Class #6. Racking & Wet Hopping. The essentials of fermentation will be reviewed in this class, plus a hands-on tutorial in racking and wet hopping.

    Class #7 Kegging & Bottle Conditioning. In this class, the final steps of beer making will be completed. This includes kegging and bottle conditioning the beers.

    Class #8 Tapping the Keg. In this class, we crack open the beers we started brewing in Class #4.

    Read more about this class »
    November 2014

    Beer & Brewing Foundation Program

    November 1 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

    Everything needed to brew beer. A full semester brewing program which will give you the hands-on expericne any beginning brewer needs. Presented in a light-hearted but pragmatic style, the weekly classes are based in both lectures and lab work.

    “Best Adult Education”
    Philadelphia Magazine

    • Class topics include the following:
    • Beer Styles
    • Ingredients and Equipment
    • Brewing Laboratory (Three Sections)
    • Dry Hopping Laboratory
    • Bottling and Kegging Laboratory
    • The Keg Tap

    Class #1 Overview of Fermentation

    Class #2 Sensory Training. A focus on beer esters, hop flavors, and faults.

    Class #3 Beer Styles. A compendium tasting of classic beer styles, their origins, and modern interpretations.  After this class, the students begin brewing beer, which will be sampled during the last day of class.

    Class #4 The Wort. A hands-on approach to building the grain bill. In this laboratory class, you will learn how to create a wort from a full grain malt, use a hydrometer, and test water PH. This is a hands-on laboratory class.

    Class #5 The Boil & Fermentation. In this class, you will learn about hop additions, proper boil techniques, and fermentation essentials. This is a hands-on laboratory class.

    Class #6. Racking & Wet Hopping. The essentials of fermentation will be reviewed in this class, plus a hands-on tutorial in racking and wet hopping.

    Class #7 Kegging & Bottle Conditioning. In this class, the final steps of beer making will be completed. This includes kegging and bottle conditioning the beers.

    Class #8 Tapping the Keg. In this class, we crack open the beers we started brewing in Class #4.

    Read more about this class »

    Beer & Brewing Foundation Program

    November 8 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

    Everything needed to brew beer. A full semester brewing program which will give you the hands-on expericne any beginning brewer needs. Presented in a light-hearted but pragmatic style, the weekly classes are based in both lectures and lab work.

    “Best Adult Education”
    Philadelphia Magazine

    • Class topics include the following:
    • Beer Styles
    • Ingredients and Equipment
    • Brewing Laboratory (Three Sections)
    • Dry Hopping Laboratory
    • Bottling and Kegging Laboratory
    • The Keg Tap

    Class #1 Overview of Fermentation

    Class #2 Sensory Training. A focus on beer esters, hop flavors, and faults.

    Class #3 Beer Styles. A compendium tasting of classic beer styles, their origins, and modern interpretations.  After this class, the students begin brewing beer, which will be sampled during the last day of class.

    Class #4 The Wort. A hands-on approach to building the grain bill. In this laboratory class, you will learn how to create a wort from a full grain malt, use a hydrometer, and test water PH. This is a hands-on laboratory class.

    Class #5 The Boil & Fermentation. In this class, you will learn about hop additions, proper boil techniques, and fermentation essentials. This is a hands-on laboratory class.

    Class #6. Racking & Wet Hopping. The essentials of fermentation will be reviewed in this class, plus a hands-on tutorial in racking and wet hopping.

    Class #7 Kegging & Bottle Conditioning. In this class, the final steps of beer making will be completed. This includes kegging and bottle conditioning the beers.

    Class #8 Tapping the Keg. In this class, we crack open the beers we started brewing in Class #4.

    Read more about this class »

    Beer & Brewing Foundation Program

    November 15 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

    Everything needed to brew beer. A full semester brewing program which will give you the hands-on expericne any beginning brewer needs. Presented in a light-hearted but pragmatic style, the weekly classes are based in both lectures and lab work.

    “Best Adult Education”
    Philadelphia Magazine

    • Class topics include the following:
    • Beer Styles
    • Ingredients and Equipment
    • Brewing Laboratory (Three Sections)
    • Dry Hopping Laboratory
    • Bottling and Kegging Laboratory
    • The Keg Tap

    Class #1 Overview of Fermentation

    Class #2 Sensory Training. A focus on beer esters, hop flavors, and faults.

    Class #3 Beer Styles. A compendium tasting of classic beer styles, their origins, and modern interpretations.  After this class, the students begin brewing beer, which will be sampled during the last day of class.

    Class #4 The Wort. A hands-on approach to building the grain bill. In this laboratory class, you will learn how to create a wort from a full grain malt, use a hydrometer, and test water PH. This is a hands-on laboratory class.

    Class #5 The Boil & Fermentation. In this class, you will learn about hop additions, proper boil techniques, and fermentation essentials. This is a hands-on laboratory class.

    Class #6. Racking & Wet Hopping. The essentials of fermentation will be reviewed in this class, plus a hands-on tutorial in racking and wet hopping.

    Class #7 Kegging & Bottle Conditioning. In this class, the final steps of beer making will be completed. This includes kegging and bottle conditioning the beers.

    Class #8 Tapping the Keg. In this class, we crack open the beers we started brewing in Class #4.

    Read more about this class »

    Beer & Brewing Foundation Program

    November 22 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

    Everything needed to brew beer. A full semester brewing program which will give you the hands-on expericne any beginning brewer needs. Presented in a light-hearted but pragmatic style, the weekly classes are based in both lectures and lab work.

    “Best Adult Education”
    Philadelphia Magazine

    • Class topics include the following:
    • Beer Styles
    • Ingredients and Equipment
    • Brewing Laboratory (Three Sections)
    • Dry Hopping Laboratory
    • Bottling and Kegging Laboratory
    • The Keg Tap

    Class #1 Overview of Fermentation

    Class #2 Sensory Training. A focus on beer esters, hop flavors, and faults.

    Class #3 Beer Styles. A compendium tasting of classic beer styles, their origins, and modern interpretations.  After this class, the students begin brewing beer, which will be sampled during the last day of class.

    Class #4 The Wort. A hands-on approach to building the grain bill. In this laboratory class, you will learn how to create a wort from a full grain malt, use a hydrometer, and test water PH. This is a hands-on laboratory class.

    Class #5 The Boil & Fermentation. In this class, you will learn about hop additions, proper boil techniques, and fermentation essentials. This is a hands-on laboratory class.

    Class #6. Racking & Wet Hopping. The essentials of fermentation will be reviewed in this class, plus a hands-on tutorial in racking and wet hopping.

    Class #7 Kegging & Bottle Conditioning. In this class, the final steps of beer making will be completed. This includes kegging and bottle conditioning the beers.

    Class #8 Tapping the Keg. In this class, we crack open the beers we started brewing in Class #4.

    Read more about this class »

    Beer & Brewing Foundation Program

    November 29 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

    Everything needed to brew beer. A full semester brewing program which will give you the hands-on expericne any beginning brewer needs. Presented in a light-hearted but pragmatic style, the weekly classes are based in both lectures and lab work.

    “Best Adult Education”
    Philadelphia Magazine

    • Class topics include the following:
    • Beer Styles
    • Ingredients and Equipment
    • Brewing Laboratory (Three Sections)
    • Dry Hopping Laboratory
    • Bottling and Kegging Laboratory
    • The Keg Tap

    Class #1 Overview of Fermentation

    Class #2 Sensory Training. A focus on beer esters, hop flavors, and faults.

    Class #3 Beer Styles. A compendium tasting of classic beer styles, their origins, and modern interpretations.  After this class, the students begin brewing beer, which will be sampled during the last day of class.

    Class #4 The Wort. A hands-on approach to building the grain bill. In this laboratory class, you will learn how to create a wort from a full grain malt, use a hydrometer, and test water PH. This is a hands-on laboratory class.

    Class #5 The Boil & Fermentation. In this class, you will learn about hop additions, proper boil techniques, and fermentation essentials. This is a hands-on laboratory class.

    Class #6. Racking & Wet Hopping. The essentials of fermentation will be reviewed in this class, plus a hands-on tutorial in racking and wet hopping.

    Class #7 Kegging & Bottle Conditioning. In this class, the final steps of beer making will be completed. This includes kegging and bottle conditioning the beers.

    Class #8 Tapping the Keg. In this class, we crack open the beers we started brewing in Class #4.

    Read more about this class »