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What You'll Get
Like muscles and Elton John songs, cheese can be either hard or soft, and it is just as likely to trap you in a bear hug of joy. Bulk up on velvety knowledge with today’s Groupon for a cheese-making class at The Cellar Homebrew. Choose between two options:
- For $25, you get a basic hard cheese-making class (a $50 value).
- For $25, you get a basic soft cheese-making class (a $50 value).
In business for 30 years, The Cellar Homebrew equips home-beverage and food hobbyists with the tools they need to create culinary masterpieces in the bottle or storage receptacle of their choosing. The store stocks supplies for making beer, wine, liquor, cider, soda pop, and more. Complementing its supply of cheese essentials are regular classes focusing on either the hard or soft sides of cheese making. During your three-hour evening (6–9 p.m.) class, you’ll learn the basics of transforming milk into the luscious, flavorful substance favored by sandwiches, crackers, and cartoon mice everywhere. As you usher wide-eyed mozzarella, chevre, and cheddar children through their infancy and thorny adolescence, you’ll troubleshoot problems and get tips on books and online resources to further your cheese-rearing knowledge. If you wish to continue pursuing you newfound cheese-making passions, you’ll also receive 10% off supplies from The Cellar Homebrew.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 14, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Cellar Homebrew
Though microbrewers celebrate limited flavor runs and regional ingredients, they still need much of the same equipment as the big brewers to concoct their craft beers. That's where The Cellar Homebrew comes in, outfitting winemakers, brewers, and cidersmiths with the equipment and ingredients needed to make their drinks. The store's owners––who boast more than 30 years of experience and a past line of fine wines––collect organic ingredients such as hops and yeast and sell them alongside fermentation equipment, keg systems, and cleaning supplies. They even offer one-hour on-location classes to instruct people in the basics of beer brewing. In addition to supplying items for alcoholic beverages, they also hawk basic supplies for cheese-, soda-, and vinegar-making, all of which go well over lettuce.