Korean Makgeolli Brewing - $35
Makgeolli is an alcoholic beverage native to Korea. It is made from rice or wheat mixed with nuruk, a Korean fermentation starter. It is unfiltered, has a milky, off-white color, and is slightly sour with a hint sweetness. It is about 6–8% alcohol by volume. Makgeolli is traditionally made from rice, although variations are made from wheat, and some brands are flavored with corn, chestnut, apple or other produce.
Come and learn the history and how to brew this amazing beverage that is not currently available on the US market. We will make a batch for everyone to take a bottle home.
(This class is outdoors, so please dress appropriately. In the event of rain, this class is subject to cancellation.)
This class is presented by Preserved.