Organization: Gorman Heritage Farm
Join us for an enjoyable introduction to home brewing at Gorman Heritage Farm.
About this Event
In this introduction to homebrewing, participants will learn the basics of this popular pastime to make their very own successful brews, including timing and proper sanitation, how to use various homebrewing tools, and everything they need to know to brew their first batch.
Experience the same excitement as our forefathers, such as George Washington, who wrote his own recipe for "small beer," calling for bran, hops and 3 gallons of molasses. Historically, farmers like Washington would brew beer to keep their harvest for longer and increase its value. Join the proud heritage of brewers with our Introduction to Homebrewing class.
About the Instructor: Brian embraced brewing in 2013 and has created more than 40 batches of beer in that short time. Brian is an engineer and Cincinnati native who has lived here in the tri-state most of his life. He lives in Sharonville with his wife Caroline and their 2 dogs and cat. When he’s not working as a test engineer at Ethicon in Blue Ash, he is an avid gardener and tinkerer, and enjoys studying and rescuing the arts and equipment of bygone generations. One of his latest projects is adding a solar water-heater to his house.
Participants must be 21+.
Snacks and refreshments will be provided.