Science of Sour Beer
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT. ADDITIONAL TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR.
Advance ticket purchasers are guaranteed to receive a custom beaker pint glass. Tickets will also be for sale at the door, however, these guests will receive an Orpheus pint glass instead of the beaker.
With over 5000 years of recorded history, beer is man's oldest application of microbiology. The interaction between water, grains, and yeast results in the magical elixir known as beer. In modern times, armed with knowledge of microbiology, brewers have been able to choose how they manipulate microorganisms to make a certain flavor or beer variety. In this way Orpheus Brewery has begun to utilize bacteria, usually seen as spoilage organisms, in their production of deliciously sour beer. In this event you will learn about the microbiology behind sour beer production, and get to taste this science in action, as you sip on different beer samples.
Join us for science demos, facility tours, and poured samples in a custom beaker pint glass (while supplies last).
Presented by the Atlanta Science Festival. More events at http://atlantasciencefestival.org/events
Orpheus Brewing (View)
1440 Dutch Valley Pl NE
Atlanta, GA 30324
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|