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Brew your own craft ale / real beer classes are a great way to get fully acquainted with the beer making process –  as you will be making your own ale from scratch with Andy and Steve. This is an interactive session, we provide the equipment,  ingredients and knowledge, you make the ale!

It will be light hearted (we don’t take ourselves too seriously) interesting and informative as well as practical. You will also be provided with a light lunch of bread, cheese, cold meats and salad, washed down with some samples of ale for those who would like…

By the end of the day you will have the skills to go home and do this yourself.

What you take away:
You will take home with you a fermenter of beer your have made (about 20 pints) which weighs around 10 Kilos – we recommend someone picks you up / get a taxi if you are going to have samples.

Equipment you get to take home to keep:
1 fermenter
1 bottle capper
40 bottles
bottle caps
beer bottle labels
bottling tube
hydrometer
trial jar
steriliser

Please ensure that you have means of transporting this at the end of the day!

 

Course details

Date: Saturday 17th November 2018
Duration: Full day Brewing Session
Times: 10am – 4/5pm
Venue: Gate 3, 43a Springfield Centre, Bagley Lane, Farsley, Leeds LS28 5LY
Cost: £125.00 

Book here

 

About Steve and Andy
What you can expect from this course
FAQ
Reviews + feedback
About Steve and Andy

Steve and Andy are extremely enthusiastic about making brewing craft ale and sharing their knowledge with others and at the heart of the Leeds craft ale Scene.  Having now opened their own Micro Brewery premises on the outskirts of Leeds, they really do know all about the brewing process. This is a unique hands on Craft Ale making course where you are actually provided with the fermenting equipment and as well as the bottles to make your own craft ale. On this course Steve and Andy take you through the whole theory of brewing ; the malt, different types of hops , the water and different techniques that can be used. Not only do you go away with a clear understanding of the process but 12 bottles of your own beer

What you can expect from this course

10:00 – Arrival, coffee and chat
Health and safety briefing

10:30 – Start to get a brew on!
Followed by a morning of practical and theory, blended together learning how to brew beer, create recipes sourcing equipment, ingredients

13:00 – Light lunch of bread, cheese, cold meats and salad, washed down with some samples of ale for those who would like…

13:30 – Practical afternoon of brewing, discussion and practical aspects of fermenting and bottling beer

16:00-16:30 – Session ends around this time

FAQ
How do I book onto courses at Get Cooking?

Simply book online using our secure payment system and you will receive an automated email. Or if preferred, email (or ring) with details of the course you wish to book onto & we will send you an invoice with payment details. We confirm bookings once payment is received.

I have a gift voucher, how do I redeem it?

Just email us with the voucher details & course you wish to book onto and we will register you on. If the cost of the course is more than the value of your voucher we will send you an invoice for the difference.

Is there parking?

Yes – there is a large free secure car park at Springfield Mill Commercial Centre where we are based.

How easy is Get Cooking to find?

We are just a minutes’ drive from the Outer Ring Road/ A6120. Turn off at Rodley Junction, as you head towards Rodley village turn right onto Bagley Lane (by The Owl). The car park to Springfield Mill Commercial Centre (Gate 3) is a few yards on- on your right. Or click here  for address, map & more travel information.

Is Get Cooking wheelchair accessible?

Yes there is wheelchair access to the cookery school, a wheelchair accessible toilet and two of our workstations can be lowered for wheelchair use – just let us know at the time of booking.

How many people can book on your courses?

We would not normally take any more than 10 bookings per course (sometimes less).

I have little experience of cooking, can I still join one of your courses?

Yes absolutely. We welcome everyone on our courses whether you are an experienced or inexperienced cook. We provide extra support to whoever might need it!

I have a question but it isn’t on here, is it OK to get in touch?

Please don’t hesitate to ask any questions. We will get back to you as soon as we can. Email admin@get-cooking.org.uk or drop us a text on 07595510039.

Reviews and feedback

I was very happy with this course. It was really useful to actually get to make the beer – I actually did another beer course before, somewhere else, but I found this one much more helpful as it was hands-on. Also I got a lot more for my money than I thought I would (Richard)

I thoroughly enjoyed the session. It was a great way of de-mystifying the process. And thank you for dropping off the bottles too and the offer of continued support! (Andy)

Didn’t realise that I got so much equipment to keep! (Paul)

Taught me everything I needed to know to go away and create great beer. Highly recommended. (Oliver)

I enjoyed the course, found it really informative. The cookery school was easy to find and had good parking. The beer I made is really nice, I am quite impressed with it! It was good to learn how to do full scale brewing, rather than just from a kit. The tutor was really knowledgeable and answered all my questions. (Jonathan)

I had never made beer before, so was a complete novice. The tutor was very good. I made an absolutely gorgeous floral summer ale. I would recommend this course to others. (Joanna, Feb 2017)