I Wish Lessons’ professionally guided classes convene in various venues throughout Chicago, Boston, DC, and Detroit, uniting and educating like-minded learners in vibrant social settings. The company’s hundreds of teachers have educated countless learners while introducing them to new friends and planning private events, including birthday parties and baby showers. Classes broach a multitude of engaging, lighthearted subjects, such as beer and bacon pairing, scotch tasting, cupcake decorating, and sushi rolling.
State by state, 50 Sips increases its stock of American-made wine. The store, which exclusively sells American varietals, began with reds and whites from its home state of Michigan. Now, every month it adds wines from a different state—and welcomes each new state with monthly tastings complete with small plates for pairing.
50 Sips even sends two hand-selected wines from each featured state to members in its monthly wine club. Alongside wine, the store spotlights craft beer, hard cider, and specialty food from American vendors such as Bar Harbor Jam.
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With 22 years of brewing experience, Malty Dog Brewery pours an assortment of handcrafted brews designed to seduce taste buds and tempt ambitious homebrewers with do-it-yourself recipes and homebrewing classes. During the 60-minute introductory class, carbonation creators maneuver through detailed instructions on how to use equipment, perfectly combine hops and malt, and harvest yeast from fields of abundant bread. Participants can savor a flight of four to five beers from Malty Dog’s taps, discussing each ingredient's impact on the flavor, as well as the correlation between foam on the nose and dignity.
Adventures in Home Brewing's stock can easily transform a home into a mini brewery. It encompasses necessities from beer ingredients, such as hop pellets and yeast nutrients, to kegs, brew pots, and other equipment. The team hosts classes, too, teaching newbies the ins and outs of the beer-making process in three-hour sessions.
The strumming of an acoustic guitar lets you know you’ve found The Northville Winery’s outdoor patio. Live bands regularly serenade guests enjoying the patio’s view while sipping on the winery’s selection of wine and hard cider, as well as beer brought in from Michigan microbreweries. Guests can get a taste of the house’s signature vintages in preselected tastings, which bring together a flight of five wine and cider samples. The tastings can include pours from Northville's bottled vintages or the tasting room’s special menu of ciders, which only flow from the winery's taps and the cider fountain at the owner's home.
Save 1 CPR's medical professionals and emergency personnel travel to workplaces and homes or host in-facility training, equipping people with the life-saving skills of CPR and first aid. Classes tailored for kids help children stay calm during emergencies and keep their families safe, while coursework for healthcare workers certifies students in CPR and defibrilator use. Small classes ensure one-on-one instruction during important courses in bloodborne illnesses, emergency response, or low-dose oxygen administration. High-tech mannequins help trainees respond to simulated crises by flashing LEDs in response to proper compressions, and promising to name their first-born children after students following a successful CPR training.