Sunday March 29th, 2020 5:30 - 8pm Tickets: $60 Learn how to brew a 1-gallon batch of a beer from a medley of fresh, whole grains on a scale that’s easy for anyone with a kitchen stovetop.
Time & Location
Mar 29, 2020, 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Preserved, 5032 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland, CA, USA
About the Event
Learn how to brew a 1-gallon batch of beer from a medley of fresh, whole grains on a scale that’s easy for anyone with a kitchen stovetop.
This workshop begins with a brief DISCUSSION of the history and chemistry of beer brewing. Then, we quickly get HANDS-ON for the remainder of the class as we move through the steps of mashing, sparging, boiling, cooling, and pitching the yeast. Then, we provide an already fermented version of beer to taste, bottle and TAKE HOME. As we move through the brewing stages, we will taste SAMPLES of a few different beers from various breweries.
Led by local home-brewer and DIY enthusiast, Gilbert Guerrero.
All students will receive a 10% discount on post-workshop purchases in our store. Thanks for taking the next step in preserving your connection to food.
The minimum age for our workshops is 21 years old.
All sales are final and cannot be transferred to a future class, unless we have a waitlist. In the event you cannot attend, we suggest passing your ticket along to a friend.