Sunday Afternoon With the Brewmasters October 21
Love beer? Then you won’t want to miss this opportunity to learn about modern beer making from two local experts.
Stephen Duerr, co-founder of Fort Bragg’s Overtime Brewing, and beer maker Drew Jackson, Blue Ribbon winner at the 2018 Sonoma Harvest Fair for his Frolic Wee Heavy, will share their love of beer Sunday, October 21, from 4-5 p.m. at the Kelley House.
You will see a demonstration of a magnetic stirplate, used to separate yeast sediment. You’ll also have the chance to taste the 2018 Frolic Ale – Scottish Wee Heavy, custom crafted by Drew’s Brews.
Yeast sediment from the 1996 Frolic Shipwreck Ale, created by the now defunct Mendocino Brewing Company, was included in the making of this beer.
Seating is limited; doors open at 3:30 p.m.. Admission $7, $5 for museum members. Arrive early and enjoy the museum’s autumn exhibit, “Outlaws of the 20th Century: Rum Runners and Pot Farmers.”
Mendocino’s Kelley House Museum is located at 45007 Albion Street at Lansing. For more information, call 707-937-5791 or visit kelleyhousemuseum.org/beer.