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Home Brewing with Honey

at Q.E.D. - Astoria

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Astoria, Queens
27-16 23rd Ave
Btwn 27th & 28th Streets
Astoria, New York 11105
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Class Level: Beginner
Age Requirements: 21 and older
Average Class Size: 25
Teacher: Nick Hoefly

What you'll learn in this brewing class:

Always wanted to brew an adult beverage in the comfort of your own home? Join beekeeper and hobby home brewer Nick Hoefly to learn the process of turning honey into mead.

Class will start with a brief discussion on the basics of simple home brewing, and a honey and mead tasting. Following the tasting, Nick will demonstrate and prepare a gallon of mead starter and answer any questions.

Must be 21 and up to attend.
School Notes: OUTSIDE FOOD & DRINKS ARE NOT ALLOWED. QED has coffee, tea, soda, beer & wine plus snacks and pre-made wraps and sandwiches available.

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Refund Policy
We require at least seven (7) days' notice before a class in order to issue a refund and there are no transfers to future classes allowed. We're a small operation and purchase our own supplies and keep classes extremely affordable, so we have to operate this way just to stay in business.

But, all is not lost, tickets are transferable meaning we will allow anyone to take your place in class, so check around with your friends to see if someone else would like your spot.

In case of bad weather, classes WILL always take place unless the subway system is closed down. If you have issues traveling, please keep this in mind when you purchase your ticket. If we do cancel for weather or an emergency, we will try to reschedule the class on the same day of the week at the same scheduled time as soon as possible. If you cannot make the rescheduled date, we will refund you the price of your seat.

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We like to think of Q.E.D. as an after-school space for grown-ups. All the fun stuff you did as a kid but with beer & wine and like-minded folks.

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