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The Kitchen Brewer
17th March 2020, from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm
Making beer from raw ingredients – Malt, Hops Water, Yeast – may seem like something quite complicated and requiring a lot of work and knowledge but Steve, with his many years of home brewing experience, will take you through the process of making damned good beer in the comfort of your own kitchen!
The menu: Seasonal ale. There will also be an opportunity for beer tasting where same process has been used in the workshop to get an idea of the variety and quality that can be achieved at home.
Workshop Length: 4 hours
Level/ Suitable for: Beginners/ Anyone who is interested in brewing at home.
Skills/ techniques/ content covered: Ingredients for Beer – basic science behind brewing beer – brewing process from grain to glass at home with simple equipment- fermentation & packaging Options (Bottles, Kegs, Barrels)
Age suitability: 18 upwards. (Please note if you look 25 or under you will be asked for ID, so please ensure that you bring this along if you wish to participate in the tasting).
Suitable for: Vegetarians & Vegans. For any other special dietary requirements, please contact us before booking.
Workshop Frequency: TBC.
Already been to this workshop? You might also enjoy: Scotch Egg Masterclass or The Best of Bristol Beer
What to bring: Tote bag (or similar). Packaging and raw materials will be provided.
Please note: The beer will need to ferment for a couple of weeks before you can take it home. You will be able to collect once fermentation is complete. Places are sold individually, however you will work in pairs to brew your beer.
Please contact us before booking to advise of any special dietary requirements.
All courses and workshops include tuition, ingredients, packaging and recipe cards as well as provision of equipment and an apron during the session.
Please contact us before booking on if you have any special dietary needs as we endeavor to adapt recipes for special diets, however we are not always able to substitute ingredients.
Bookings can be made up to 24 hours before the workshop commences (subject to availability of places).
See our Terms of Service for our cancellation/transfer policy.