I’m teaching a weekend-long course on Beer, Brewing, and Sustainability at the Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, NY, a couple hours north of New York City. Enrollment numbers are limited for the course but there are a few last-minute spaces available. This is just two weekends from now, September 19-21, so sign up ASAP!
The course kicks off with a tasting and lecture on the history of beer Friday night. I just procured the beers we’ll be tasting that night and I can promise this is going to be a lot of fun! We’ll have about a dozen organic beers, plus a handful of other beers from breweries with great sustainability efforts.
Saturday we’ll learn how to make beer! And we’ll continue tasting some other specialties, and discuss the role of women, religion, and community in the history of beer and brewing. Sunday morning we’ll learn about traditional brewing styles from around the world with a slideshow of my brewing adventures on the beer frontier in Africa, Asia, and South America. And we’ll end the class with a Sunday morning beer toast!
Here are the details again. Sign up before it sells out. There are only a few spaces left.