Hops Class Lecture & Tasting
Saturday, April 20, 2013 - 1:00PM
Bitter & Esters - 700 Washington Avenue 700 Washington Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, USA 11238
Our dedicated course and accompanying tasting will engross you in the wonderfully complex world of hops - the delicate, cone-like flower giving many of your favorite brews their delicious and complex aromas and flavors.
Hops are wonderfully diverse and are used for multiple purposes. Each variety imparts a uniquely different scent and flavor - from spicy, citrusy, pine-like, earthy to floral. Our course will comprehensively treat each hop variety from every angle, covering its essential properties and nature: you will learn how to distinguish between hop varieties and their origins as well as how to harness them throughout the brewing process to produce a perfectly balanced homebrew. Learn how hops are used for flavoring, bittering, and preserving beer and leave with a deeper appreciation for the world of hops.
During the second half of the course, we’ll conduct a tasting to give you an experiential understanding of hops and their properties. Taste, identify, and discuss hop varieties at work in six aromatic and two bittering beer examples
Each ticket type can optionally include A copy of "For The Love of Hops" (our unofficial textbook) at a discounted price. Space for this class is limited and it will sell out, therefore all sales for this class will be final.Cost: http://bitterandesters.com/hops-class-lecture-tasting-april-20th/