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Our intro classes are designed for the absolute novice brewer. They are a fantastic experience for anyone looking to develop a deeper understanding of beer, its ingredients, and the process by which it’s made in a friendly and savvy environment. We teach in a concentrated 2 to 3 hour workshop format that focuses on a hands-on learning experience....
Sunday Oct 20th, 12pm - 2:30pm
This advanced course and accompanying tasting will engross you in the wonderfully complex world of hops which are the delicate, cone-like flower giving many of your favorite brews their delicious and complex aromas and flavors. Hops are wonderfully diverse and are used for multiple purposes. Each variety imparts a uniquely different scent and flavor...
Sunday Nov 10th, 12pm - 2:30pm
Are you ready to step into all-grain brewing but not sure where to start? This is an advanced class for the intermediate or experienced extract brewer. We’ll take an in depth look at the mashing process and different styles of mashing/lautering & sparging along with the enzymatic and chemical pathways involved. Additionally, we’ll cover water...
Sunday Dec 1st, 12pm - 2:30pm
You know your lagers from your ales, your bocks from your porters. But what about sours? Smoked beers? What the heck is a gueuze? And what IS the difference between a porter and a stout? In this class we tackle some more advanced styles and dig deeper in to the brewing techniques that get us there.
Wednesday Nov 6th, 7pm - 8:30pm
What better place to learn the art of home brewing and connect to Newark’s beer-making history than the “house that beer built”? The historic Ballantine House, a wing of the Newark Museum, was built in 1885 for Jeanette and John Holme Ballantine of the celebrated Newark beer-brewing family. Kendall Alverez Eskew, of The Thirsty Quaker, leads...
Thursday Nov 7th, 6pm - 9pm(4 sessions)
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