If you didn’t get enough brew goodness during Philly Beer Week, fear not. Iron Hill not only puts out quality brews all year long, but now they are offering some quality brewer time to go along with it.
Iron Hill is proud to offer a Class Series at the Chester County Historical Society, hosted by head brewer Larry Horwitz of Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant, West Chester. If you’ve met Larry, you know that his company alone is value enough for an evening, but you’ll also be able to indulge your inner beer geek with a reception of snacks and beer provided by Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant, followed by a tutored tasting of four beers related to the topic of the evening.
Larry’s fun and educational approach will guide you through the world of beer with an emphasis on tasting beer. The classes are held right across the street from Iron Hill Brewery at the Chester County Historical Society which, if you’ve never been, is a beautiful venue worth checking out.
Classes are as follows:
Bread in a Glass
World-Class Wheat Beers
Tuesday, July 20, 2010, 6:30 to 9 p.m.
Come enjoy a sampling of beers that draw unique character from or whose primary ingredient is wheat. From a beer Napoleon called ‘The Champagne of the North,’ to the rich, strong, rummy, Wheat Bock of Munich, we will drink our way through excellent examples of Bread In a Glass.
I Can’t believe That’s Beer!
Blurring the line between grape and grain
Tuesday, September 28, 2010, 6:30 to 9 p.m.
Wild Fermentations, barrel aging and the use of fruit herbs and spices give many modern artisanal malt beverages complex flavors and aromas that meet or exceed the profile of event he finest wines.
Must be 21 with I.D. to participate. Classes are $49.95 each or substantionally discounted to $79.95 when both are purchased in advance.
Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant
3 W. Gay St.
Phone: (610) 738-9600
Chester County Historical Society
225 N. High St.
West Chester, PA 19380-2691
Phone: (610) 692-4800 (Voice)
Web address: http://www.chestercohistorical.org/