Brew School 102: Getting Started in Wine Making
||We know what you’re thinking already… “You guys said this would be easy!” But instead it looks like high school chemistry. We understand.
We’ll get you started, and before you know it, you’ll be drinking delicious wine that you made yourself. You can register for this class by using the
links provided next to the available class times below. If you've got any questions, send us an email at
We can show you how to make your own wine!
Bull City Homebrew is now offering Wine School, an introductory level class designed for people who have never made wine before
and are interested in learning how, or for people that have made a batch or two and still have questions.
This class teaches you everything you need to know to go from opening up a recipe kit, fermenting the wine, conditioning and clearing it, and then
bottling it to enjoy with your friends. No prior knowledge of wine making is required.
How long does the class take?
We'll show you everything you need to know in about an hour. We think you'll be so excited after
the class that you'll want to run back home and make some right away... and we don't want to take any of your valuable time away from that!
How much does it cost?
Our class costs $25, and provides a lifetime worth of wine making knowledge that you can put to use right away. For the cost of 2 bottles of
store-bought wine, you can learn to make your own wine at home for around $3 per bottle.
When are the classes?
|Sunday, June 23 at 2:30 PM (15 spots left)||[Register]|
|Saturday, July 13 at 3:00 PM (15 spots left)||[Register]|
|Sunday, July 28 at 2:30 PM (9 spots left)||[Register]|
Interested and want to find out more?
We like to keep the classes small, no more than 20 people. Signing up is on a first-come-first-serve basis. If you've got any questions, send
us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You're also welcome to stay after class and pick up equipment and ingredients to make your first batch of wine. Schmoozing with the professors
(office hours - immediately after class) is also encouraged, as they can provide tips on making your first wine a winner.
We hope to see you in class!