Take a workshop and learn to brew your own homemade delicious beer


Extraordinary Beers! Homebrewing with Herbs and Spices

Time: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Date: Saturday, August 19, 2017
Location: Homestead Apothecary (Laurel Store), Oakland, CA
Cost: $50

This drink, which was once only reserved for shamanic rituals, is going back to its extraordinary roots with bold flavors and unconventional ingredients. Learn to brew with herbs and spices. Hosted by Homestead Apothecary.

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Buy a stovetop brewing starter kit and start brewing right away

Everything you need to make your own delicious beer

The kit includes:

  • Recipe mix for an all grain, 1-gallon batch of beer (barley, hops, yeast)
  • 4-liter green glass jug
  • Airlock and cap
  • Racking cane
  • Siphoning tube
  • Brush for cleaning jug and empty bottles
  • Five Star PBW cleanser
  • Five Star Star San santizing solution
  • Detailed instructions
  • Hand-screenprinted canvas grain bag

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Temescal Homebrewing is on a mission.

Temescal Homebrewing is on a mission to make brewing delicious, homemade beer something you or someone you would love to learn to make you beer loves to do and does it all the time. We make stovetop beer brewing kits, all-grain recipe mixes, and teach intimate group workshops.

We believe preserving traditional ways of making the things we eat and drink is a huge part of keeping us healthy and happy. We also believe that everyone should be able to make a contribution to their local culture and community and be able to make things themselves that they never thought possible at home or thought that they had to seek from far away places.

We provide quality ingredients, fine tools, and know-how to kitchen brewers, craft revolutionaries, and homemade enthusiasts to help them preserve tradition and contribute to culture.

Temescal Homebrewing is located in Oakland, California.

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