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"Brew to the Future" with Andy Crouch, Dann Paquette, and Jon Curtis

September 8, 2010 at 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Gordon's Fine Wine & Culinary Center, 894 Main St, Waltham, MA
Cost: $15 per person
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Gordon’s Fine Wine and Culinary Center is proud to announce “The Art, Beauty and Complexity of Beer; A Series of Not-So-Serious Discussions,” moderated by Andy Crouch, beer author and publisher of the "Beer Scribe” blog. Andy will hold court over a revolving lineup of engaging craft beer personalities as they dish out their opinions on everything from the state of American craft beer to the preposterous amounts of facial hair in the industry. As any good beer discussion must be, these intimate conversations will take place over samples of beer from the brewers themselves. 
 
The first installment of the series, “Brew to the Future,” takes place on Wednesday, September 8th at the Fine Wine and Culinary Center at 894 Main St in Waltham. Andy will be joined by Dann Paquette, co-owner and brewer of Pretty Things Beer and Ale Project and Jon Curtis from the Haverhill Brewery. These two experienced and adventurous brewers will be discussing the impact of traditional brewing cultures on their work, from Jon’s modern take on German classics to Dann’s roots in English methods. With Jon and Dann, there will be no shortage of opinion, hilarity, and (of course) period costumes.
 
Gordon’s Fine Wine and Culinary Center is the preeminent venue for beer education in the Boston area. Through trips, classes, festivals and electronic media, our knowledgeable beer staff is constantly busy championing the necessity for respect and admiration for mankind’s original beverage of choice.

 

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