Tap into Indiana’s brewing history with us by tracing the story of one of our most popular lagers – Champagne Velvet. First created in 1902 by a German brewmaster, the beer has consistently been a Hoosier favorite. Hear family lore and behind-the-scenes tales from Liza Pasch, descendant of original Champagne Velvet brewer Walter Bruhn; Patrick Lynch, the head brewer at Upland who resurrected the recipe and recreated it; and Champagne Velvet enthusiast and memorabilia collector Jerry Phelps. Fabian Rodriguez, host of the Drink Culture podcast, is moderating the discussion.
$12; $10 members; $15 at the door.
Includes light refreshments, a tasting and one drink ticket.
Supported by Upland Brewing Co.