Enjoy some craft beer, while getting schooled on all things brewing.

Ah, yes. We had you at craft beer!

If you like the sound of sampling some seasonal brews while learning about what goes into making them taste so good, you’d better grab a ticket for the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Craft Beer Course.

All-American, Seasonal Brews

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Whether you drink them, brew them or both, this course is the perfect opportunity to learn a little more about the craft beers we all love. Expect this evening to be a jam session of sorts. Attendees will have a chance to mix it up with a panel of experts who will share their insights on every facet of the craft beer industry – from a day in the life inside the brewery, to what goes into the various styles of beer, and how to pair them with food.

Speaking of food, you’ll be treated to light appetizers perfectly paired with an All-American lineup of seasonal brews from Bells, Stone, Victory and North Country Breweries! And that’s not all you’ll receive.

Because this event is a fundraiser for the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, anyone who purchases a ticket will receive a one-year Partners membership with the Trust. This membership packs some major perks, including special invitations to complimentary events, restaurant discounts, newsletters offering the latest Trust happenings and a whole lot more.

So what are you waiting for? Support the Cultural Trust while celebrating your love of craft beer by snagging your ticket now!

[join title=”Event Details“]What: Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Craft Beer Course
When: Monday, November 23 @ 6 p.m.
Where: Cabaret at Theater Square, 655 Penn Avenue
Cost: $30, includes presentations, panel, plus light appetizer fare paired with seasonal brews, and a one-year Partners membership with the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.

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