Learn the Science of Beer Brewing With ‘The Professor’
by Anne Marielle Eugenio, October 29, 2019 8:20am
Art by Ahl Mirambel
Picture this: it’s the weekend, your best buds are available for the night, and you have your place ready for a chill hang out. The only thing missing is the right drink to share over conversations—and beer is always the solution. How about we start the conversation with knowing how beers are made.
The Professor’s Brew is a local craft beer brand founded by Carlo Ng. His fascination with beer led him to make his own beer recipes. He is a chemistry professor in one of the top universities in the country—all the more reason to call his brand The Professor’s Brew. He experimented his first beer, Pale Ale, in 2015. Since then, he came up with his own brews like the Chocolate Chili Porter, Ginger Blonde Ale, and Golden Stout.
This local craft beer is available only for a few people at first. Eventually, it expanded its market. Some of The Professor’s Brew products are at the Nipa Brew Tap Room and Brew House. But apart from brews, “the professor” also offers his knowledge about beer brewing.
From time to time, The Professor’s Brew holds homebrew workshops in partnership with Nipa Brew. This is for beer-ginners who would want to create their own craft beers. The workshop is inclusive of brewing materials and equipment, food, and of course, servings of beer! Not only you will learn the science of beer brewing, but you will also get to bond with people with the same interest.
You will learn what are the ingredients used to create a perfect brew and the methods to practice to find that perfect consistency. Who knows? Maybe the next time you host a party at your place, you could offer them your own craft beer. And your workshop at the Professor’s Brew will be the start of a new hobby—a passion, even. Who knows, beer crafting could you and your barkada's business even.
Note: If brewing does not work for you, The Professor’s Brew always has craft beers made for your convenience.
Know more about The Professor’s Brew on Facebook.