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What the Ale: Learn to Homebrew Day is set for Nov. 4
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What the Ale: Learn to Homebrew Day is set for Nov. 4

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Do you like to drink beer? Do you want to know more about what you are drinking? If those answers are “yes,” then the best way to learn is to start brewing beer for yourself and your friends.

High Gravity Fermentation Supplies, 6808 S. Memorial Drive, formerly High Gravity Homebrewing and Winemaking Supplies, will host a learn-to-homebrew event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 4

The event, started by the American Homebrewers Associaton (AHA), is free and open to the public.

Learn to Homebrew Day is an opportunity for homebrewers to draft their nonbrewer friends and families to learn how to make their own beer.

On this day, hundreds of homebrewing educational events are held at homes, breweries, shops and clubs worldwide.

High Gravity will have Tulsa’s local homebrew club — the Fellowship of Oklahoma Ale Makers — brewing beer using various techniques in front of their store. They will also be answering questions while demonstrating the steps of brewing beer.

Oklahomie’s Munch Co. food truck will be on hand selling gourmet street tacos, breakfast burritos, quesadillas and pancakes starting at noon.

“AHA Learn to Homebrew Day brings together thousands of people from all over the world, and we encourage anyone who enjoys beer — from brewing beginners and hobbyists, to professionals, to those who might be curious about homebrewing and interested in trying something new, to get involved,” said Gary Glass, director of American Homebrewers Association. “It’s exciting to see the continued growth in popularity of the hobby, which for beginners, is really easy to get started.”

New brewers who purchase a starter kit will receive a 15 percent discount. Current brewers who bring in a new brewer will receive a $15 coupon to use on their next purchase when they purchase a starter kit.

“This will be our 14th year participating in Learn to Homebrew Day. It’s a lot of fun, and the FOAMers love sharing their brewing knowledge with people who want to get started. This is our first Learn to Homebrew Day at our new location, and having a taproom and a food truck adds to the enjoyment. We are looking forward to it!” said Desiree Knott, owner of High Gravity.

Call 918-461-2605 or email store@highgravitybrew.com for more information.

Learn to Homebrew Day was started in 1999 by the AHA to promote homebrewing education in America. For more information, visit homebrewersassociation.org.

Tom Gilbert

918-581-8349

tom.gilbert@tulsaworld.com

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I joined the Tulsa World in 1988 after graduating from the University of Central Oklahoma. I lived in Saudi Arabia before graduating from Broken Arrow High School. I'm married to Karen Gilbert and have three grown children. Phone: 918-581-8349

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