Urbain from De Struise is giving a homebrew class in PA

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  1. galttfwo

    galttfwo Initiate (0) Jan 2, 2007 New Jersey
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    I have to say I am insanely excited about this. Just got this email from one of my local hombrew shops.

    Anyone else get tickets, let me know.

    THE FARMERS CABINET AND KEYSTONE HOMEBREW PRESENT DE STRUISE BREWER URBAIN COUTTEAU
    Wednesday, March 28
    Keystone, in partnership with the Farmers Cabinet, is bringing a unique opportunity to regional homebrewers and beer enthusiasts: an intimate interactive seminar with the legendary Belgian Brewer Urbain Coutteau from De Struise. A former homebrewer, Urbain has been producing highly coveted cult beers ever since he helped to found De Stuise in 2003 beers such as Black Albert, Pannepot, Aardmonnik and Cuvee Delphine. On Wednesday, March 28 he will sit down with an exclusive group of lucky people at Keystone Homebrews Montgomeryville location to discuss brewing and the production of world class beers. Urbain is a noted proponent of collaboration beers, and will soon be creating an exciting new one with the Cabinet Artisanal Brewhouse, which will be custom brewed for the Farmers Cabinet in Philadelphia. As part of the seminar, we plan to produce our own collaborative brew with Urbain's guidance, which will be made available as a 5 gallon beer kit for Keystone's customers. During the seminar we will be sampling of some of the world class De Struise beers, along with what is sure to be an interesting snack pairing from the Farmers Cabinet. This is sure to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience for any homebrewer or Belgian beer enthusiast. $75 per person, payable in advance seating is very limited. Reserve a seat online today:
    http://www.keystonehomebrew.com/sho...yville-seminar-w-coutteau-from-de-sruise.html
     
  2. Sqhead

    Sqhead Initiate (138) Jul 5, 2007 New Jersey
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    I would love to attend this but it's a 1 hour and 15 minute trip. That 's a long way for an old guy to drive home after drinking a few.
     
  3. Pnell316

    Pnell316 Initiate (164) Aug 16, 2010 Pennsylvania

    Yeah I got my ticket, can't wait.
     
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