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Craft Beer 101

Friday, March 6 from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm

$41 – $79
craft beer 101

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The class for beer aficionados and those who love them. If you are a newcomer to craft beer, this is a perfect class to hone your knowledge and expand your palate.  Taught by our master brewer, this class is interesting, inspiring, and good fun. From the mysteries of beer brewing to the magic of hops, we’ll be covering topics that will turn you into a certified beer geek. Plus, you will learn about the current trends in craft beer, while enjoying 4 flights of our top beer picks.

Why Craft Beer 101

It’s a great time to be a beer lover. There are thousands of great beers to choose from, and more come every day. That also makes this the most confusing time to be a beer lover. That is why this is a fantastic class for beer enthusiasts and budding homebrewers alike.  This class demystifies beer in an easy to understand format, which is why Beer 101 is the class that every beer lover should attend at least once in their drinking lives.

Understanding Beer

No other class approaches the subject of beer in the same way: jumping right to the elements of beer that you love and know more about. In this class, you will learn about the four major families of beer: the ales, lagers, wheat beers, and wild ales. You will also learn how the four major elements of beer–water, hops, grains, and yeast– create the amazing diversity that is modern craft beer.


Craft Beer 101 Tasting Sheets

Grain
1. Lagunitas Brewing “Lagur” Lager, California

2. Bell’s Brewery Porter, Michigan

Adjuncts
1. Dogfish Head Craft Brewery “Namaste White” Witbier, Delaware

Yeast
1. Oxbow Brewing “Grizacca” Saison, Maine

2. Collective Arts Brewing “Jam Up the Mash” Sour, Ontario

Hops
1. Stone Brewing IPA, California

2. 2SP Brewing “Up & Out” Juicy IPA, Pennsylvania

Alcohol
1. Great Divide Brewing “Hercules” Double IPA, Colorado

Beer 101 Classes

The beer class for everyone. This is our introduction to how beer is made, major beer styles, and brewing history. The Philly Beer School’s Beer 101 was featured on the TV show “What’s Brewing” by Nicole Brewer, the CBS 3 Anchor and Reporter.

May 2018

Grain
1. Franziskaner Hefeweizen, Germany

2. Yuengling Lager, USA

Toast
1. Bass Pale Ale, England

2. Fuller’s London Porter, England

Yeast
1. Saison Dupont, Belgium

2. Rodenbach Grand Cru (Sour Ale) Belguim

Hops
1. Lord Hobo Brewing Boom Sauce (Double IPA) USA

2. Great Lakes Brewing Hop Madness (Double IPA) USA

April 2017

End/Begin
1. Blind

Malt
1. Great Lakes “Burning River” Pale Ale, Ohio

2. Deschutes “Obsidian” Stout, Oregon

Yeast
1. Brasserie Dupont Saison, Belgium

2. Rodenbach “Grand Cru” Flemish Red, Belgium

Adjuncts
1. Ommegang “Rosetta” Kriek, New York

Hops
1. Stone “Delicious” IPA, California

2. Victory “Dirt Wolf” Double IPA, Pennsylvania

September 2016

Toasted Grains
1. Gaffel Kolsch

2. Fuller’s Porter

Hop Varieties
1. Samuel Smith “Tadcaster” India Pale Ale

2. Lavery “Dulachan” India Pale Ale

Yeast Strains
1. Duvel Strong Pale Ale

2. Duchesse De Bourgogne Flemish Red

Adjuncts and Imperials
1. Uinta Brewing Dubhe Imperial Black IPA (Double IPA/STOUT/Hemp Seed)

2. North Coast Brewing 2016 Old Stock Ale

October 2015

Yeast

1. Spaten Oktoberfest (Marzen)

2. Boulevard Brewing Saison-Brett

Barley

1. Morland Old Speckled Hen (English Pale Ale)

2. Cadillac Mountain Stout

Hops

1. Samuel Smith India Ale

2. Smuttynose Finestkind (IPA)

Big & Brewing

1. PBS Double IPA (in secondary)

2. Weyerbacher Double IPA #1

Adjuncts

1. Southern Tier Warlock (Pumpkin Imperial Stout)

 

 

Details

Date:
Friday, March 6
Time:
7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Cost:
$41 – $79
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Website:
https://www.vinology.com/philly-beer-school/

School

Philly Beer School
109 S. 22nd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103 United States
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Phone:
(215) 965-1514
Website:
www.thebeerschool.com

Sommelier-Professor

Keith Wallace
Website:
http://www.vinology.com/

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