Friday, January 29-Saturday, January 30, 2016 at Camp Vermilion
Interested in learning more about the art of brewing your own beer?
Already know how to brew beer but interested in "talking shop" with other brewers?
Whether you are an experienced brewer or looking to learn more about this tasty hobby, join us for a time of brewing, fellowship, conversation, and hands-on learning.
Our time together will include a chance to brew and bottle/keg your own beer as we learn about the history of brewing. Our staff will give you a taste of how to cook with craft brews, and we'll give you ideas on what foods and beers complement each other. Devotions and conversations with other craft beer enthusiasts will make our time together renewing as well as educational. Each participate will also take home craft brew samples.
The weekend will be lead by Pastor Andy Berry from Littlefork. Andy is a former VLM staff member and craft beer enthusiast. His home brews are a popular item at the NE MN Synod's annual Assembly. He will make this workshop fun, educational, and tasty!
Cost: $100 per person (includes instruction, lodging, and food)
Register by January 22 by contacting the main office - Mev@VLMcamps.org; 218-666-5465.