A hoppy solution for hipsters and hermits alike
Are your go-to brews starting to feel a little tired? Have pesky mainstreamers taken over your favorite haunt? It’s a proven fact that your beer of choice gets more and more local as your skinny jeans get tighter and tighter.
For those of you who can barely peel your denim off at the end of the day, even a local brewery may feel too corporate. Don’t panic—you don’t have to stop drinking beer.
The Chattery is prepared to save your buzz with Homebrewing 101. Not only will experienced home brewer Mark Quering discuss the history of beer, the methods of brewing it and the equipment needed to make it all happen, he’ll also lead students in a hands-on homebrewing session.
Attendees will work together to make a five-gallon extract batch of beer, with the promise of coming back together for a few libations once it ferments, of course.
Come out to Chattanooga Workspace on July 15 and you’ll be brewing your beer in your pajamas before you know it. It doesn’t get much more local than that.
Wednesday, July 15, 5:30 p.m.
302 W. 4th St.