Beer Brewing FAQ’s
No. The bottles are not included. You can either bring your own bottles or purchase them for $1 each 22oz bottle and 50 cents per 12oz. bottle.
These are planned group beer brewing events. These are planned per share. As share represents and case of beer (twelve, 22oz. bottles per share). This can be either admission for one or two people.
This is a 2-part visit to the brewery. On the first visit, we break up into teams and brew beer together. Bottling is always two weeks from that day.
No brewing experience necessary, we’ll teach you everything you need to know to make great beer.
Yes, you can bring your own ingredients, we help people with that all the time. Let us know what you are thinking prior to your brewing session so we are prepared with the necessary ingredients.
You want to keep the beer inside and consistently cool. If you have a cool basement or garage, this is a great spot to store it. Just remember, this is fresh beer, you do not want it to go above room temperature (68°) and definitely not below freezing (32°).
There are a couple options here:
- 2 person split-a-batch brewing event – this is admission for 2ppl into one of our group split-a-batch brewing events. This will be a planned group event where we break up into teams, and we all brew beer together. We walk you through the entire beer brewing process. These events change all the time and are updated on our split-a-batch beer brewing page.
- 4 person brewing – this is admission for 4ppl to brew your own batch of beer on your own private kettle. This will yield 2 cases of beer total, both cases need to be the same beer. You can simply call the store or book online.
Wine Making FAQ’s
No. The bottles are not included. You can either bring your own bottles or purchase them for $1.50 each 750ml bottle and $1.25 per 375ml bottle.
These are planned group wine making events. These are planned events and are six bottles for $60. This can be either admission for one or two people.
On this day you will enjoy a wine tasting, then we will break up into teams and make wine. After the wine is made, we will then bottle wine as a group.
No wine making experience necessary, we’ll teach you everything you need to know to make great wine.
For the first 3-5 days keep the wine right side up, so the cork can cure to the bottle. After that curing time, you can store them on their sides in a cool dark (basements are usually ideal) room. This ideally would be 55 degrees.