Oakshire Brewing Teams with Cascade Brewers Society for Learn to Homebrew Day

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This Saturday, November 7th is Learn to Homebrew Day, while the American Homebrewers Association teams with celebrities to celebrate, Oakshire Brewing in Eugene teams with the Cascade Brewers Society. Lane County, Oregon local homebrew beer club the Cascade Brewers Society will be at the Oakshire’s Public House at 207 Madison Street in Eugene from 11am – 5pm demonstrating and explaining how to make your own beer at home.

Oakshire’s taps will be pouring a great variety of inspired beers and food trucks will be on hand to provide delicious food. Folks from Eugene and beyond are invited to watch demonstrations, ask questions, and, of course, taste some great beer and food. Come see how easy it is to make your own beer to your own tastes!

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Learn to Homebrew Day was established by the American Homebrewers Association (AHA) in 1999 to encourage people to homebrew. HomebrewersAssociation.org is full of homebrewing information visitors can access to create their own beer batches. Learn to Homebrew Day sites are held all around the world so people can learn how to brew or teach others how to make beer. For more information about the Learn to Homebrew event, contact Denny Conn at beerguy@cvcable.com.

About Oakshire Brewing: Oakshire Brewing of Eugene, OR, is a community inspired small batch brewing company founded in 2006. Oakshire is locally owned, employs 25 people, and produces a wide variety of beers through its distinct brewing programs. These beers are distributed throughout the Pacific Northwest. Oakshire’s Public House is located at 207 Madison Street in Eugene and is open daily from 11am to 10pm. The brewery and barrel-aging facility are located nearby at 1055 Madera Street and open for tours on the first and third Saturday of each month – reservations can be made by calling the Oakshire Public House at (541) 654-5520.

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