Wednesday, November 20th
Doors 5:30 pm
Talk 6:00 pm
Learn about the history of beer and the science of beer bubbles with Stephen Holle from the Kansas City Bier Company. In the first part he will answer questions such as: How is carbonation created and how does that lead to a lasting head? Why does Guinness have a creamy head? What are the gas laws that determine how to dispense beer and what techniques aid in the formation of a beautiful head on a glass of beer? And just why are bubbles so important to beer flavor?
In the second part of the presentation, learn about the cultural political, economic, and scientific influences on how beer has evolved into its current form.
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**Must be 21+ with proof of ID to consume alcoholic beverages.
What time should I arrive by?
Doors open at 5:30 pm
Presentation begins at 6:00 pm
Where can I park?
FREE Parking available on the Street, Parking lot and Prairiefire Parking Garage
What should I expect out of the evening?
A 45-60 minute presentation followed by a Question and Answer session. Light apps, wine, beverages and beer provided by KC Bier
What are the age limitations for this event?
Recommended for Adults and curious young adults
Do I need to bring anything?