What’s Brewing at Old World Wisconsin September 14 & 15?

If you or someone you know is interested in homebrewing in a nostalgic setting, head to Southeast Wisconsin and attend Beer Brewing Weekend September 14 & 15 at Old World Wisconsin (OWW)! Located in Eagle, less than an hour of southwest of Milwaukee and just over an hour southeast of Madison, OWW has 600 historical acres to explore and more than 50 areas that bring history to life. Whether you arrive by horse and covered wagon or travel in a modern carriage with more horsepower, you’ll be sure to find activities, fun, and interesting exhibits that everyone will enjoy!


Onsite brewing demonstration image, courtesy of the OWW website.

Saturday, September 14 is tailored to those currently homebrewing and anyone interested in learning the history of the craft — while Sunday, September 15 will cover the basics of homebrewing for beginners. You never know what brewing experts might stop by AND you’ll want to be around for the Briess Better Brewing homebrew kit and memento giveaways throughout the day. One kit an hour will be given away to a lucky aspiring brewer or someone who wants to mash a newbie in with an enticing gift. Before attending the presentations, you might want to explore the barley field and learn how barley is made into malt.

Historical barns at Old World Wisconsin, courtesy of the OWW website.

Since 1876, Briess has been submersed in the barley malting business, (yes that is a steep joke), it was therefore a natural connection to sponsor this hands-on learning village that weaves the tale of Wisconsin’s heritage and to donate the malt for brewing events. With the barley field on site and this homebrew presentation, it’s a dovetail fit. For more information, visit their website oldworldwisconsin.wisconsinhistory.org/.


About Melissa Mosher

Melissa MosherMelissa has more than 15 years of Marketing and Communications Experience acquired from a variety of for-profit and nonprofit roles. Prior to Briess, Melissa worked for Kohler Co. as a Marketing Analyst managing affinity programs, vendor relationships, Sales and Marketing websites, and distributor newsletters. She also held a Marketing Specialist position at HSA Bank where she represented marketing in cross-functional communication groups and managed marketing campaigns. Prior to HSA Bank, she was Director of Admissions at a nonprofit artists’ community where she managed the residency program and application process, recruited applicants, managed grants, supervised chefs, and participated in strategic planning. At Briess, Melissa views marketing as a collaboration with the team and customers to find optimal solutions. She manages social media as well as the blog and creates multifaceted marketing collateral and communications.

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