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Sensory Evaluation Class - NEW

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  • Steve Bader
    Hey Plato Members! Dr JP and Professor Tom have just scheduled their first Sensory Evaluation Class. This email is to give Plato members first shot at
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 4, 2012
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      Hey Plato Members!

      Dr JP and Professor Tom have just scheduled their first Sensory Evaluation Class.  This email is to give Plato members first shot at registering for the class.

      Below is the class description.   The first class is March 7th from 6:00 to 9:30, and promises to be both fun and informative.

      Bader College of Fermentation Science Sensory Evaluation & Beer Tasting Course, designed and conducted by J.P. Blount & Tom Sedlecek , is a one evening workshop that gives attendees an introduction to beer tasting, beer styles & sensory evaluation of home brewed beer.  There is a special emphasis on the six (6) common off-flavors produced by homebrewers and more importantly how to avoid them!  Participants are encouraged to bring homebrews to class for the beer judging section of the course. By the end of the evening, attendees will have an introductory knowledge of beer styles, beer tasting & judging and sensory evaluation tips for better home brewed beers. Each participant will receive a CD packed with course materials as well as other information summarizing and expanding key class points and providing a handy reference on selected topics.

      Class fee is $30.   You can sign up by going to http://baderbrewing.com/store/product.php?productid=23520&cat=416&page=1 or dropping by the store or giving us a call.

      Cheers!

      Steve Bader, Manager
      Bader Beer & Wine Supply & Bader Winery
      711 Grand Blvd
      Vancouver, WA 98661
      360-750-1551  800-596-3610


      steve@...
      baderbrewing.com
      baderwinery.com

    • Leslie Chasse
      I m all in. Thanks for the heads up Steve! ... From: Steve Bader To: Plato Republic Sent: Wed, Jan 4,
      Message 2 of 2 , Jan 4, 2012
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        I'm all in.  Thanks for the heads up Steve!


        -----Original Message-----
        From: Steve Bader <baderbeer@...>
        To: Plato Republic <plato_republic@yahoogroups.com>
        Sent: Wed, Jan 4, 2012 7:46 am
        Subject: [plato_republic] Sensory Evaluation Class - NEW

         
        Hey Plato Members!

        Dr JP and Professor Tom have just scheduled their first Sensory Evaluation Class.  This email is to give Plato members first shot at registering for the class.

        Below is the class description.   The first class is March 7th from 6:00 to 9:30, and promises to be both fun and informative.

        Bader College of Fermentation Science Sensory Evaluation & Beer Tasting Course, designed and conducted by J.P. Blount & Tom Sedlecek , is a one evening workshop that gives attendees an introduction to beer tasting, beer styles & sensory evaluation of home brewed beer.  There is a special emphasis on the six (6) common off-flavors produced by homebrewers and more importantly how to avoid them!  Participants are encouraged to bring homebrews to class for the beer judging section of the course. By the end of the evening, attendees will have an introductory knowledge of beer styles, beer tasting & judging and sensory evaluation tips for better home brewed beers. Each participant will receive a CD packed with course materials as well as other information summarizing and expanding key class points and providing a handy reference on selected topics.

        Class fee is $30.   You can sign up by going to http://baderbrewing.com/store/product.php?productid=23520&cat=416&page=1 or dropping by the store or giving us a call.

        Cheers!

        Steve Bader, Manager
        Bader Beer & Wine Supply & Bader Winery
        711 Grand Blvd
        Vancouver, WA 98661
        360-750-1551  800-596-3610


        steve@...
        baderbrewing.com
        baderwinery.com

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