Holiday Science Pub at Colburn Earth Science Museum

Here’s the information from the Colburn Earth Science Museum email newsletter:

Join us for local craft beer provided by Catawba Valley Brewing, snacks and lively discussion.
The Science and Art of Brewing

December 06, 2013
6:00-8:00 pm

Ready to kick your holidays off with something different? Join us at Colburn Earth Science Museum for an informal and lively discussion on the science of brewing while enjoying your favorite local beverage and delectable snacks and desserts. Billy Pyatt, of Catawba Valley Brewing, will share his expertise in the crafting of beers and Jeff Irvin of AB Tech will provide information on the school’s new Brewing, Distillation, and Fermentation program. From testing to tasting, this program will cover it all.

Quench your thirst and feed your head!

Beer, wine, non-alcoholic beverages, and light hors d’oeuvres served.
Free to the public.
Donations gladly accepted. All donations benefit Colburn Earth Science Museum programming.

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