25 Euro - Please register on our website before Sunday, April 22 at 23:59.
Italy has been a stunning force on the international brewing scene for over a decade—creating inspired brews that challenge the market and drinkers alike. In Beers of Italy we’ll explore this dynamic brewing culture while sipping on some of Italy’s finest beers.
You’ll learn about:
• The economics of beer
• What the term “craft” means legally as it relates to beer, and how that differs between Italy and the U.S.
• The production of beer and the differences between various brewing styles and cultures
• What makes Italian beer unique in the brewing world
During the 2-hour class you’ll be guided through tastings of 5 different styles of beer. In addition to a larger appreciation for what’s on tap, you’ll go home with a complementary Temple University Rome glass and an informative packet.
About the Instructor
Rosemary Carlson is a Cicerone-credentialed “Certified Beer Server,” and has worked at Tria Taproom, one of Draft Magazine’s “Best Beer Bars in the United States.” Prior to arriving in Rome to work for Temple University’s Department of Student Life, Carlson was the assistant beer buyer for a Philadelphia Whole Foods Market.
A graduate of Temple University’s Tyler School of Art, Carlson has never lost her passion for art and design. She continues to create promotional material for a variety of clients in the restaurant industry, including Whole Foods Market, Top-Chef winner Nick Elmi’s In the Valley, Luke’s Lobster, and Birrificio del Ducato.