Thu, Mar 23|
The Arlington Common
From Homebrew to the House of Fermentology
Author and brewer Bill Mares is here to talk all things homebrewing beer. Seth from Farmroad brewing will discuss commercial brewing and provide beer samples.
Time & Location
Mar 23, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
The Arlington Common, 3938 Vermont Rte 7a, Arlington, VT 05250, USA
About the event
Bill Mares began making his own beer 45 years ago, when homebrewing was illegal and there were no microbreweries in America. Today there are over 7,000 such breweries nationwide, and Vermont has the highest percentage of breweries per capita in the country. Mares
has written three editions of “Making Beer,” and fathered Vermont’s brewpub-enabling law in the 1980s. In this presentation, Mares will offer a short history of beer itself, and discuss the American beer revolution, Vermont’s small but significant contribution, and his co-ownership of a brewery.
Joining Bill will be special guest Seth Barrows from Farmroad Brewing in Bennington to discuss the commercial side of brewing and provide samples of his delicious beer.
This talk is free, open to the public, and accessible to those with disabilities.
The Arlington Common: From Homebrew to the House of Fermentologyis a Vermont Humanities program hosted by The Arlington Common. (Supported in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations
expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the NEH or Vermont Humanities.)