BEER 101... sign up Now!
STARTS TUESDAY FEBRUARY 1, 2011
Call: 252-233-6840 TO REGISTER!
That's right, if you missed our Head Brewer's beer class last semester, we're giving you another opportunity to get in on the action.
Some of the class highlights? I hoped you'd ask!
-Mother Earth Brewery Tour, lead by our Head Brewer, Josh
-Sampling in the Tap Room, lead by Josh
-Food and beer pairing from Vivian, the Chef/Owner at Chef and the Farmer
-Learn about homebrewing
-Discover the history of beer in America
-Become well educated on beer styles
-Understand the ingredients of beer
-Learn what glasses should be used for different beer styles
-Learn how to sample beer, and conduct samplings
-Final class at Tap Room with showing of Beer Wars movie and beer and cheese pairing
---------------And more, more, more!
What more could you want for $50? Learning a Bunch about beer, and sampling it too! Now that's money well spent!
Here's what LCC has to say, and info on how to sign up!
If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about beer, Lenoir Community College is offering a class that will fit your interest. The BEER 101 class will meet from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesdays starting FEBRUARY 1, 2011 for eight weeks. Class meets in Room 150 of the Bullock Building for the first night, and at other times at Mother Earth Brewery in downtown Kinston.
Head Brewer of Mother Earth Josh D. Brewer will teach the class. All students must be 21 years of age to enroll. Identification will be checked. Cost of the class is $50.
Class participants will discover how beer is made, explore beer styles, learn the basics of home brewing, and come to understand the uniqueness of craft beer and its history. You’ll also get hands-on tips on cooking with beer, and pairing beer with food.
The BEER 101 class will allow you to explore our local brewery, and study beer styles through a sampling lead by its head brewer. The class culminates with a documentary about the craft beer industry, followed by a cheese and beer pairing and discussion of the film.
For more information, and to register, call 252-233-6840