Wednesday, June 6th: Grains and Grapes: The Story of Alcohol (Register Now)

Grains and Grapes: The Story of Alcohol
Brooklyn Brainery (515 Court St., Brooklyn)
8:30-10pm
$10, registration required

We drink a lot of alcohol, and we’ve been doing it for a long long time.

We’ll tackle history! The gradual move from dirty sticks in sticky water to gleaming machines and steaming pipes, and all the political scheming that popped up along the way. Prohibition changed everything!

Dispel a few myths! How you can open a bourbon distillery in Alaska, and why moonshine won’t make you blind.

Brush up on your science! How exactly do sugar and yeast team up to help you make bad decisions at 4AM?

Rejoice in fun facts! Some drinks are made out of mold, and others are relics of our inability to make good alcohol. These will make you fun at bars.

Note: We won’t be drinking, because otherwise I’d go broke. You’ll be getting drunk on facts.

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