I may have mentioned that I'll be desperately tarting my book around the East Coast in March.
The concept is simple: I'll talk briefly about historcial brewing and the book, then you'll have chance to ask me questions and hopefully ply me with beer. There will be plenty of that around. Beers from the book - brewed by a combination of professional and home brewers will be availble at the events.
The only exception is Williamsburg where I'll give an hour-long talk on English brewing in the 18th century. That's the plan. The struggle will be to keep it that short.
This is the schedule:
Saturday 8th March Boston Pretty Things event
75 Union Square,
Monday 10th March NYC Event
78 Greenpoint Ave,
The special Pretty Things beer and hopefully some others from the book should be avilabale.
Tuesday 11th March Philadelphia Event
Yards Brewing Company
901 N Delaware Ave,
Yards should be brewing one of the recipes from the book.
Friday 14th March Colnial Williamsburg Event
talk on 18th-century English brewing
5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Location: Hennage Aud., Art Museums
Saturday 15th March Washington Event with BURP
6400 Chillum Pl NW,
Sunday 16th March Baltimore Event with Free State Homebrew Club Guild
6770 Oak Hall Lane,
Columbia, MD 21045
Come along and have a chat. It will be loads of fun.
For a mere 25 euros, I'll create a bespoke recipe for any day of the year you like. As well as the recipe, there's a few hundred words of text describing the beer and its historical context and an image of the original brewing record.
Just click on the "Birthday Recipe" button below.
Guilt button - brewed my recipe commercially? pay me 100 euros. It really is the least you can do.