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Join us at 3 Stars Brewing Company on Saturday, March 15, 2014 from 6pm to 9pm for an evening with brewing historian and beer writer, Ron Pattinson. Ron will be discussing his new book, "The Home Brewer's Guide to Vintage Beer." A limited number of copies of the book will be available for purchase (for the suggested retail price of $24.99) & Ron will be available for signing. BURP members have brewed a few of the recipes from Ron's book & these beers will be served as part of Ron's talk. Food will be available for purchase as well.
This event is FREE for all area homebrewers, but we are asking that you register in advance. If you are interested in purchasing a book, please select the second ticket option ("General Admission + I'm Interested in Buying a Book"). Please note that you are not guaranteed a book by selecting this option, but we are working closely with the publisher to ensure an ample supply is on hand.
From the publisher:
"Raise a glass to vintage beer! Treat yourself to a tour through time with this historical collection of beer recipes from 1800 to 1950. Within these pages, you’ll discover timeless recipes, along with drink profiles, and tales of how these tasty brews became a part of the evolution of beer. Each chapter delves into a different style of beer: porter, stout, pale ale, mild ale, stock ale, burton ale, scotch ale, brown ale, dinner ale, light ale, table beer, and more, and explores the history of each style with recipes representative of different periods in time. Whether you choose to adapt the recipes to suit your palette or recreate them, you’ll bring history to life with each brew you make. Learn how beer has evolved over the last two hundred years and how you can easily recreate authentic recipes right in your own home."
When & Where
3 Stars Brewing Company
3 Stars Brewing Company is a brewery delivering on the promise of bringing locally hand crafted artisanal ales to the DC beer community. The company consists of Dave Coleman and Mike McGarvey, two long time friends who decided to seize the opportunity to build a brewery and produce high quality beer for the District of Columbia – hoping to make this world-class city a world-class craft beer destination.