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Turn Your Passion Into a Paycheck: A Night with Peak Organic
Peak Organic Reveals the Secrets to Successful Home Brewing at the BCAE
Thirsting to learn a thing or two about the beer business? Head to the Boston Center for Adult Education (BCAE) on Thursday, December 6th, 2012 from 6:00PM to 8:00PM to get to know Peak Organic Beer: New England's little organic brewing company that could. At “Passion Into A Paycheck: A Night with Peak Organic,” Peak's Co-Owner Rob Lucente will discuss the company's storied history and provide feedback for the would-be brewers and entrepreneurs in attendance.
Born of Founder and President Jon Cadoux's interest in home-brewing and love of local, sustainable agriculture, Peak is a craft brewing company dedicated to making delicious, handcrafted ales using only the finest artisanal ingredients. Peak Organic now brews out of Portland, Maine, and provides quality brews to New England and beyond.
Lucente will share with students how Peak’s passion for quality beer and ingredients made the thriving brewing business a success story. Guests are encouraged to arrive thirsty and ready to think. When it comes to talking and tasting beer, Rob means business! The class will be held at the Boston Center for Adult Education, located at 122 Arlington Street, Boston, MA.To register for this class please call 617-267-4430 or visit www.bcae.org.
WHERE: Boston Center for Adult Education, 122 Arlington Street, Boston, MA 02116.
WHEN: Thursday, December 6th, 2012 6:00PM-8:00PM
COST: $50 / $42 Members
REGISTRATION: Registration is now open. For more information please call the Boston Center for Adult Education directly at 617-267-4430.
More About Boston Center for Adult Education
Boston Center for Adult Education was founded by Dorothy Hewitt as a place where both women and men can gather to discuss a variety of topics and learn from each other for "the sheer pleasure of doing so." BCAE classes range in topics from the arts to physical health. It reserves the right to cancel classes in short notice, but it would refund up to 50-percent of tuition.