Throwback Brewery: Brewing a Truly Local Beer, May 16

As part of American Craft Beer Week, Nicole Carrier of Throwback Brewery will be speaking about “Brewing A Truly Local Beer: The Process, Challenges and Rewards” at the Rye Public Library on Wednesday, May 16th at 7 p.m. This session includes a tasting of Throwback beer, and is free and open to the public:

Brewing A Truly Local Beer: The Process, Challenges and Rewards
Nicole Carrier, Throwback Brewery
Rye Public Library, 581 Washington Rd, Rye, NH
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
7 – 8 p.m.

Join us as we welcome Nicole Carrier of Throwback Brewery during American Craft Beer Week, May 14th-20th 2012 for this timely discussion of a locally produced and sourced (and outstanding) craft beer.

Today’s consumers are increasingly interested about knowing where their food comes from. But what about knowing where your beer comes from? In this session, Nicole Carrier – Rye resident and owner of North Hampton-based Throwback Brewery – will discuss the process of crafting a truly local beer (from malting through distribution), as well as some of the challenges and opportunities. The session will conclude with a tasting of several of Throwback Brewery’s locally-crafted brews.

Free and open to the public.

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