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Call 1.732.658.3550 or click here reserve a spot for an event in North Brunswick.
As part of our company philosophy of fostering the local homebrew communities we are involved in love2brew offers monthly events ranging from brewing lessons of varied skill levels to guest speakers on a variety topics.

Event registration requires the purchase of an Event Ticket. Event tickets are a requirement for most love2brew Warehouse events. Space is limited typically reserved to the first 15-20 people. Spots will be reserved on a first come, first serve basis. If an event is closed it will be noted as such on our
Calendar of Events.

When registering for an event you should block off the appropriate amount of time in your schedule. Events start promptly on time and will end when scheduled. Although you are welcome to come at any time we appreciate your being on time. If you arrive late we will not be able to dedicate time to the information that you missed. During the "downtime" of the brew we will often discuss details of the particular brewing process.

Below are descriptions of the various types of events we may hold as well as who would be best suited to attend.



Extract Brewing Lesson Partial Mash Brewing Lesson All-Grain Brewing Lesson
This class is designed to teach the basics of home brewing to any individual. We will begin an extract brew from start to finish on our brewing system while narrating the entire process. Individuals will have a chance to learn about the individual ingredients that make beer as well as see a hands on demonstration of how simple and easy it is to make your own beer! You should join us for this class if you are thinking about brewing your own beer, interested in how beer is made, or have just started brewing your own beer and would like to learn more.

Skill level
: Novice
Duration: 2 Hours. (11:00am - 1:00pm)
Partial Mash brewing is the step between basic Extract brewing and the more advanced All-Grain brewing. The basic concept is doing an actual mash of your specialty grains and a small amount of base grains while still adding malt extract as a base for your brew. This is a great option for extract brewers looking to have a bit more customization and control in their brews without making the full investment/leap into All-Grain Brewing. The only thing needed in addition to your extract brewing equipment would be a large nylon straining bag.

Skill level
: Intermediate
Duration: 3 Hours (11:00am - 2:00pm)
All-Grain classes are designed for individuals who have some brewing experience and understanding of the basic concepts of brewing already. In this class we do a complete All-Grain batch on our Brewing System while diving into the nuances of all-grain brewing. There is a lot of down time during this lesson so it will be filled with detailed instruction and breaks. We will cover the details of grain ratios, a mash (including re-circulation), mash out, sparging, and the remaining process.

Skill level
: Advanced
Duration: 5 Hours (10:00am - 3:00pm)

Tasting Calibrations

love2brew will be hosting tasting calibrations at the warehouse on a bi-monthly basis. We've teamed up with an official experienced BJCP judge to provide you with a unique experience designed to make you a better homebrewer and beer drinker! The goal of these classes is to help you improve your pallet for both commercial and homebrewed beer styles and potential flaws. These classes will be limited to a maximum of 20 participants, filled on a first come, first serve basis, and require an Event Ticket.

Each of our tasting calibrations will consist of two separate activities designed to help you improve your tasting knowledge and ability through commercial beers and off-flavors:

Commercial Calibration Off-Flavor Calibration
Commercial Tasting Calibrations are designed to help you properly identify specific beer styles and characteristics. Our certified Beer Judge will walk you through the process of how to taste beer correctly, how to identify the flavors you are looking for, and how to properly gauge a beer

Beers served will be designated to a specific category per evening. Material will be provided to help participants better understand and identify what they are tasting and should be looking for in a specific beer style.
Homebrewers enjoying this class will have an ability to better understand what the "ideal" BJCP definition is for the beer that they are trying to brew.
Using a Comprehensive Sensory Training Kit from the Siebel Institute participants will analyze and discuss specific off flavors that can occur in homebrewed and/or commercially brewed beer.

Participants will use commercial light lagers spiked with concentrated samples of off-flavors to taste and identify specific off flavors. This will help homebrewers better identify off-flavors that could/have occured in their homebrew and/or commercial beers that they have tasted.

Each class will include the following:
  • 4 - 6 Commercial Beer Samples
  • 4 Off Flavor Beer Samples (Off Flavor concentrate paired with American Light Lager)
  • Water
  • Small food samples
  • Official instruction and guidance as you enjoy each sample.
  • Take home material


Scheduled Tasting Events
February 13th, 2014
7:30pm - 9:00pm
April 17th, 2014
7:30am - 9:00pm
June 26th
7:30pm - 9:00pm
August 14th
7:30 - 9:00pm
October 16th, 2014
7:30pm - 9:00pm
December 11th, 2014
7:30pm - 9:00pm
Stout - 13
- Dry Stout (13A)
- Sweet Stout (13B)
- Oatmeal Stout (13C)
- Foreign Extra Stout (13D)
- American Stout (13E)
- Russian Imperial Stout (13F)



Off Flavor Calibration:
• Diacetyl
• Isoamylacetate
• Mercaptan
• Caprylic
Belgian Strong Ale – 18
- Belgian Blond Ale (18A)
- Belgian Dubbel (18B)
- Belgian Tripel (18C)
- Belgian Golden Strong Ale (18D)
- Belgian Dark Strong Ale (18E)




Off Flavor Calibration:
• Geraniol
• Isovaleric
• Bitter
• Hefeweizen
Belgian & French Ale - 16
- Witbier (16A)
- Belgian Pale Ale (16B)
- Saison (16C)
- Biere de Garde (16D)
- Belgian Specialty Ale (16E)




Off Flavor Calibration:

• Ethyl acetate
• Ethyl hexanoate
• Spicy (phenolic)
• Vanilla
American Ale - 10
- American Pale Ale (10A)
- American Amber Ale (10B)
- American Brown Ale (10C)






Off Flavor Calibration:

• Acetaldehyde
• Papery
• Infection
• Metallic
A taste of Germany!
- Oktoberfest/Marzen (3B)
- Schwarzbier (4C)
- Kölsch (6C)
- Düsseldorf Altbier (7C)
- Weizen/Weissbier (15A)
- Classic Rauchbier (22A)



Off Flavor Calibration:
• Acetic
• Lactic
• Butyric
• Indole
Spice/Herb/Veg Beer - 21
& Smoke / Wood-Aged Beer (22)

- Spice/Herb/Veggie (21a)
- Winter Spiced Beer (21B)
- Wood-Aged Beer (22C)





Off Flavor Calibration:

• DMS (Dimethyl Sulfide)
• Almond
• Grainy/Husky
• Earthy


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