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Greetings friends of The Well,
We are way beyond excited to announce our next Beer Club panel with you!
If you never attended a Beer Club, here’s the skinny:
Every first Wednesday of the month, we host an intimate yet casual gathering oriented around a panel of guest speakers. The theme or premise of the discussion changes every month, but is always relevant to the vast and curious world of beer. Throughout the chat with our special guests, we often pass out generous tastes of fun beer, and have been known to pop open special bottles just to share with attendees. You know, for science. It’s a friendly, educational environment meant to bring beer lovers of all sorts together. No level of experience is necessary, just enthusiasm!
Without further delay—our awesome panel this week:
Microbiologist, Brooklyn Brewery
Brooklyn’s bug guy! Former Microbiologist at New Belgium Brewery, Drew has done much of his work on Lactobacillus and “hot-side” souring.
Head Brewer, LIC Beer Project
LIC Beer Project facility boasts NYC’s first coolship, a vessel used for open-fermentation. The process of fermenting beer in an exposed environment attracts wild yeast/bacteria to help ferment and potentially sour the beer.
Union Beer Distributors Craft Beer Specialist
Tim is the Co-founder of Where the Wild Beers Are, an annual event which brings lovers of sour and wild beer together. In addition to his long list of credentials and projects, Tim is also a Certified Cicerone.
As the popularity of sour beer skyrockets, the role of bacteria grows ever more important in delivering that delicious pucker to your tastebuds. But the wrong kind can also destroy a perfectly good beer! Join us as we speak to these three very diverse and accomplished fellas about all the different effects of bacteria in the wonderful world of beer. This one is going to be awesome!
RSVP here: http://ticketf.ly/1Wm1cgP