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What You'll Get
During Prohibition, bootleggers made their own booze by burying grapes underground or catching moonbeams in a jar of water. Make alcohol the easy way with today’s Groupon to a basic beer-brewing class at Learn to Brew in Moore. Choose from the following options:
- For $17, you get one ticket (a $35 value)
- For $35, you get two tickets (a $70 value)
- For $70, you get four tickets (a $40 value)<p>
Learn to Brew, which was founded by a professional brewer, aims to provide people with all the information, knowledge, and products they need to make ales and meads. Over the course of a roughly 4.5-hour basic brewing class, which takes place on Saturdays, you’ll lean the entire libation-making process and the wily ways of various extracts and grains. One of Learn to Brew’s drunken masters will educate you on the equipment you need, vital techniques, professional tips, and troubleshooting methods for finding out why your beer doesn’t have enough froth or tastes like burnt match heads.
Once you’ve drunk your fill of boozy information, pick up equipment from Learn to Brew’s huge stock of brew kits, hops, and grain extracts, and continue your education as you embark on your heroic booze-making quest by browsing information on the website, including all of the brewing kits burgeoning sudsologists will learn about in class.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 8, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Learn To Brew
Learn To Brew was created by a professional brewer in an effort to provide patrons with a one-stop-shop for supplies, hands-on classes, and how-to videos for crafting beer and wine. In addition to taps and kegerators for homes or businesses, staff members stock ingredients such as hops, malts, and yeasts. In their classes, they cover everything from balancing acids for wine to fermenting honey for mead.