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Beer 101 Class 2/17

Ever wonder why a beer can be as pale as straw or as black as ink?  How about why certain styles favor bitter, citrusy flavors, and others have more sweet notes like a dessert? Please join us at the Wolf's Ridge Brewing tap room on Saturday,  February 17th from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm for a very special class all about beer; from its long history and how we brew it, right down to how we drink and evaluate it's flavors and aromas.

This private class, led by our head of quality control, will begin with a brief history of WRB, followed by training on how to evaluate a beer's appearance, smell, mouthfeel and taste. Raw ingredients and 5 oz. beer samples of a few classic styles will be provided as hands-on tools for this sensory portion of the class.  A tour will follow the in depth look at how beer is made, with a strong emphasis on ingredients.  The class is structured as an open forum so bring your questions and comments!

Questions and open discussion will be encouraged! The class will conclude at noon with a complimentary pint from our 20-beer draft list. Please click here for tickets!

Earlier Event: December 30
Sensory Analysis Class 12/30
Later Event: April 14
Beer 101 Class 4/14