by Nate Muller, Senior Homebrew Correspondent
A quick reminder to all you beer geeks: The King County Library homebrewing basics courses are rolling. Two of them are tonight at the Mercer Island and Maple Valley Libraries. The rest of the schedule is below. I’m teaching the Mercer Island, Shoreline, and Kirkland Library classes. Best of all, these classes are free and don’t require registration. These classes are targeted to people who have never homebrewed before. They will cover the basics of beer and how to brew your first batch of homemade beer. There will be time for Q&A for people who have more advanced homebrew questions.
I hope to see you tonight or at one of the future classes!
Have you ever thought about brewing your own beer? This introduction to the world of homebrewing covers the basics of beermaking using malt extract. Topics include: ingredients, equipment needed, and the steps in the beermaking process. The instructors for this class are all expert homebrewers and are each certified by theBeer Judge Certification Program as a qualified Beer Judge.
Mercer Island Library, Wednesday, April 20, 7pm
Maple Valley Library, Wednesday, April 20, 7pm
Des Moines Library, Sunday, May 8, 2pm
Fairwood Library, Tuesday, May 10, 7pm
Fall City Library, Thursday, May 12, 7pm
Shoreline Library, Thursday, May 19, 7pm
Kirkland Library, Monday, May 23, 7pm, sponsored by the Friends of the Library of Kirkland