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ciceros.jpg Cicero’s Italian Restaurant continues their Winter Beer School semester this Wednesday from 5:30-6:30PM. Cicero’s Beer School provides background about beers and beer styles usually directly from people directly in the beer industry. It’s perfect opportunity to learn more about a style you’re unfamiliar with or to just brush up on a style you haven’t enjoyed in a while.

This week’s school will be hosted by some fine folks from Grand Teton Brewing Company. This will be your chance to discuss and sample some of the beers from Grand Teton, including the Bitch Creek ESB, Tail Waggin White, Sweetgrass APA, and Black Cauldron. Go out and take advantage of one of the few places where you can drink and learn!

If you can’t make it out to the Beer School, you can check out all of the classes via podcast at Cicerosbeerschool.com.

ciceros.jpg Cicero’s Italian Restaurant finishes their Fall Beer School semester this Wednesday from 5:30-6:30PM. Cicero’s Beer School provides background about beers and beer styles usually directly from people directly in the beer industry. It’s perfect opportunity to learn more about a style you’re unfamiliar with or to just brush up on a style you haven’t enjoyed in a while.  Also, you can’t participate in next week’s graduation ceremony unless you’ve attended one class, so tonight is your last shot.

This week’s school is being taught by Mike Walters of Left Hand Brewery out of Longmont, Colorado. Mike will be on hand to discussand provide samples of Ju Ju Ginger, Sawtooth ESB, Milk Stout and Twin Sisters Double IPA.. Go out and take advantage of one of the few places where you can drink and learn!

If you can’t make it out to the Beer School, you can check out all of the classes via podcast at Cicerosbeerschool.com.

ciceros.jpg Cicero’s Italian Restaurant continues their fall Beer School semester this Wednesday from 5:30-6:30PM. Cicero’s Beer School provides background about beers and beer styles usually directly from people directly in the beer industry. It’s perfect opportunity to learn more about a style you’re unfamiliar with or to just brush up on a style you haven’t enjoyed in a while.

This week’s school is being taught by George Reisch, an Executive Brewmaster at Anheuser-Busch InBev. George will be on hand to discuss teaching about Boddingtons, Leffe and Bass. Go out and take advantage of one of the few places where you can drink and learn!

If you can’t make it out to the Beer School, you can check out all of the classes via podcast at Cicerosbeerschool.com.

I mentioned this class about a month ago, but I think I’d give you a quick update. As of the time of this post, there are only 2 spots left in this class. If you’re interesting in learning the basics of homebrewing, here is a great chance to learn with a great teacher.

Dan George of the St. Louis Brews is holding a homebrewing class on March 1st from 9AM – 12:30PM at Forest Park Community College. He’s an excellent brewer and an all around nice guy. I’d also suggest that you attend some of the local homebrew club meetings. You’ll get a chance to meet other homebrewers, many of whom would be happy to help you out with your first brewing session.