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What You'll Get
Without cheese, sandwich meat would get lonely and rappers would use the term "fungible retainer of value" as an epithet for the word "money." Support financial literacy with today's Groupon to Brewmasters Warehouse in Marietta. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get a beginning brewer class (a $40 value).
- For $25, you get a cheese-making class (a $50 value).
Brewmasters Warehouse proffers a slate of classes and supplies the equipment and ingredients needed to concoct a homemade batch of beer, wine, or cheese. During the approximately 2.5-hour beginning brewer class, suds students attain hands-on experience brewing a batch of extract beer. In addition to equipment, ingredients, and helpful tutelage, students gain the ability to perform a vat stand. The approximately three-hour cheese-making class introduces amateur swiss forgers to the art of concocting cracker soul mates. During the class, a culinary pedagogue teaches technical parts of the process in an accessible fashion, giving participants the chance to participate in the crafting and sculpting of the particular cheese, which varies each class.
As an added incentive to continue down the path of lager and limburger longing, all attendees receive a coupon for 10% off their first purchase of manufacturing equipment, kits, and ingredients. Aspiring beer and cheese smiths should call ahead for class schedules and availability.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 18, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Brewmasters Warehouse
Brewmasters Warehouse equips its patrons with everything they need to gulp down self-made suds. Ingredients ranging from Briess white wheat malt to blueberry flavoring bring life to more than 3,800 beer recipes, including German pilsners, Irish red ales, and oatmeal stouts. Starter kits arm brewers with essential gear such as carboys and hydrometers, and kegging and bottling equipment ensures they needn't purchase a blimp hangar full of sponges to stash their wares. Patrons can also pick up supplies for making cheese, wine, and spirits.