Time is running out to claim your seat at the next Public Brewing School, Caffe Vita’s free class on all things coffee. We are excited to feature our latest import from Papua New Guinea, a cooperatively grown coffee by native farmers who’ve pledged their land to conservation. We’ll feature this exciting coffee alongside many others, and brew with a variety of tools and techniques. This one is being held in Capitol Hill, May 4th, 10:00 to noon. Email email@example.com to reserve your place in this month’s installment of PBS!
Our next Public Brewing School (PBS) class will take place
this next Saturday, July 30, August 6 from 10am to 12pm. Attendees will learn home brewing methods, including pour over, French press, vaccum pot, Bialetti, and more. The cost to attend PBS is $20. Each student will receive a 12-ounce bag of Farm Direct coffee and 15% off any brewing device.
To reserve your spot in this popular class (recently highlighted in the Seattle Weekly’s Voracious blog), please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The session will take place at the Capitol Hill cafe at 1005 E. Pike St., Seattle.
UPDATE 7/28/2011: Date change! We’ve just moved this PBS session to be one week later. We hope this date is more convenient for everyone. Carry on!