Bourbon Barrel Stout: Brewing, Kegging and Barreling • Free • Interested?
Saturday, October 7th • 12pm
Kegging beer in former bourbon barrels imparts amazingly complex flavors to your brews. If you’ve ever been curious about how use a keg or age beer in a bourbon barrel, then join us on October 7th. A 20+ year veteran of brewing will lead this fantastic, knowledgeable, and step-by-step class on how to make and keg a bourbon barrel stout. This class is for all skill levels, from beginner to experienced. All class attendees will get a 10% discount on brewing supplies purchased that day, and bourbon barrels will be available for purchase by special order!
Cheesemaking • Free • Interested?
Saturday, October 14th • 11am
It is that time of year again – time to make some delicious cheese! In this class, you’ll learn how to make several different types of cheese and get to try some cheeses that we have made ourselves. The holidays are right around the corner, and it is great to know how to make your own cheese for entertaining guests and to give as gifts. Class attendees will not only get to enjoy some tasty samples, you’ll also get a 10% discount on cheese kits for the day of the class!
Hydroponics 101 & 102 • Free • Interested?
Saturday, October 21st • 11am
Both of Armond’s favorite classes wrapped up into one! Bring a pen and notepad and learn all about growing indoors, hydroponically. Armond will cover the science and methods of hydroponics, breaking the subject down into understandable lessons to help you employ this efficient, clean, and increasingly popular way to grow inside all year long. If you have ever wanted to try farm-to-table using hydro, this is the class for you!!
Holiday Food Gifts From Your Garden • Free • Interested?
Saturday, October 28th • 11am
I don’t know about you, but homemade gifts are my favorites over the holidays. Our resident gardening and DIY expert, Pam, has a great class in store for people who want to give gifts with a personal touch, made by hand and with love. Pam will explore how to use what you have grown or have access to in a wonderful concoction called “Tutti Frutti”. This all-year-long, yummy tasting ferment will surprise you with its ease of preparation and deliciousness! Pam will explain every detail of this seasonal favorite and provide her recipe so you can make up batches of your own.