Samuel Adams Morning Mash In - Weekdays
Duration: 60 minutes | Time: 9:30 am* | Ages 21+ | Cost: $10** Warm bread, toasted caramel, wafting pine and spritzed lemon. Nothing like the smell of a brewhouse in the morning. Join us for our first tour of the day, the Morning Mash In. This unique tour will have you in before the crowds and allow you to book a reservation ahead of time. Explore our Boston Brewery: learn its history, see our innovation brewhouse, and taste our exclusive experimental beers (many of which will never leave our walls). Tour includes: Advanced reservation options. Guided tasting. Exclusive Samuel Adams offerings. Specialty 5oz tasting goblet. *Please checkin with our tour desk 15 minutes prior to the start of your tour. Doors open at 9:15 am. North American photo ID or Passport required. Please note that tickets are on a first come, first serve basis. If the date you are looking for is not listed, that means it is sold out. However, if you do arrive early, we may have cancelation tickets available for the tour. We typically offer tickets two months in advance, so if you are looking for a later date, check back! **No refunds available. If you miss your tour, we place you on the next available public tour. Subject to availability.
When: Sep 24, 2018 9:30AM in Jamaica Plain, MA
Beyond the Brewhouse
Duration: 45 minutes | Time: Mondays & Fridays at 1pm* | Ages 21+ | Cost: $20** Go behind the scenes of our Brewhouse tour and enjoy a first-hand experience in our Barrel Room. Not open to the public, this fermentation cellar is the heart of our innovation and experimentation at the Boston Brewery and home to three 130 barrel Hungarian oak tuns. This tour is ideal for those looking for a unique brewery experience, and especially for Belgian beer fanatics! Inside our Barrel Room we’ll explore a wide range of Belgian style brews, and learn what brings these and other exclusive specialty beers to life. You’ll learn proper serving practices for high end beers and sample barrel aged varieties unavailable on our public tours. Sorry no refunds *Please checkin with our tour desk 15 minutes prior to the start of your tour. North American photo ID or Passport required. **additional pricing packages available.
When: Sep 24, 2018 1pm in Jamaica Plain, MA
8-Week Welding Class
An overview covering gas welding, electric arc welding including stick and MIG processes. Students learn techniques and make at least one piece. Learn shop safety, hand tools, equipment, cutting and methods for finishing. Great foundation for welding.
All safety gear is included, however, students are welcome to bring their own ANSI-approved safety glasses/face shields, welding hoods (minimum Shade 9), and gloves. Students should wear durable closed-toe leather shoes, non-frayed jeans, a long sleeve natural fiber shirt, an old cap or bandana and tie back long hair.
No class on 11/12.
This class is open to all levels. We also offer one day workshops, an 8 hour intensive and summer teen classes. Metal casting, stonecarving, jewelry making, mold making, and figure sculpture workshops are available. Custom workshops are available as well, including: wedding ring workshops, teen welding intensives, and more!When:
Sep 24, 2018 6pm in Jamaica Plain, MACost:
Fermentation 101 Workshop + Fermented Dinner & Drinks, at Brassica Kitchen
Jamaica Plain's fabulous restaurant, Brassica Kitchen, and Boston Ferments are teaming up for a night of fermentation! The workshop will include a fermented dinner & paired fermented drinks, a short lecture on the history & culture of fermentation, and a hands-on fermentation demo. The evening kicks off with a fermentation-inspired vegetarian meal (which can be vegan and gluten free - please just let us know). We are pairing this meal with unique fermented cocktails (served in handcrafted cups which you will take home!) by our workshop leader. Next, we will have a short discussion on the biological, political, and symbolic 'culture' of fermented foods around the world with Jeremy Ogusky, a local fermenting enthusiast and JP studio potter. We will then learn to make one of the simplest lacto-fermented treats - sauerkraut! We will break into groups, chop veggies and everyone will go home with a jar full of fermenting cabbage. All participants will finish the workshop with a healthy belly full of fermented foods as well as the knowledge & confidence to begin fermenting in their kitchen, and a jar full of fermenting kraut. This starter class will cover everything you need to start fermenting on your own: philosophy, preparation and problem-solving. Please join us! If you want to learn to ferment AND go home with a handcrafted fermentation crock (at 1/2 the price! - crocks are usually $100) to create your own sauerkraut, kimchi & pickles in, this is your chance! Our instructor, Jeremy, is a studio potter and creator of the crocks and he will bring a selection of colors to the workshop that you can choose from. Then you can prepare your own sauerkraut in the workshop in your own handmade crock! Instructor Biography Jeremy Ogusky is a passionate fermenting evangelist, public health practitioner and studio potter living in Jamaica Plain. In his former public health life, he engaged in HIV/AIDS prevention with the Peace Corps in Southern Africa, health education in South America, and public policy in Washington, DC. Jeremy's current studio practice draws from his global health experiences and he is excited and proud to craft beautiful & useful handcrafted fermentation crocks which help folks create ancient, healthy & low-tech fermented food! Learn more about Jeremy and his fermentation crocks at www.oguskyceramics.com and in the Boston Globe. **we understand that $49 is a lot to ask for a night's event - if you cannot afford this & are interested in paying what you can + bartering, please be in touch! **
When: Sep 24, 2018 6pm in Jamaica Plain, MA
Sip & Spell at the Boston Brewery Tap Room
Join us Tuesday July 24 for another round of Sip & Spell at the Samuel Adams Boston Brewery. We're hosting a monthly 21+ Spelling Bee in the Tap Room for a one-of-a-kind night of beers and competition. Test your spelling skills and enter as an individual or as a team! Players will earn points for each word spelt correctly, and a team chooses one person each round to spell. Prizes will be awarded to first place, plus 1st and 2nd place teams each month are invited back to our GRAND FINALE end of year spell-off to win a grand prize. $5 Entry includes a new beer we'll have on draft just for spellers.
When: Sep 25, 2018 6pm to Sep 25, 2018 8pm in Jamaica Plain, MA
Cost: $5 for entry
Cheese and Cider
Tis teh season for Cider and Cheese! Join Adam Shutes from Boston Cheese Cellar and Andy Sweeney from The Haven for an evening of lovely cheese and choice local and Scottish Cider. And let us tell you they will have done their research!!Come hungry and thirsty, we will supply not only three great cheeses but accompaniments like Scotch Eggs, Bridies and Haddie Croquettes. Think of it as going on an exclusive picnic but you fon't have to worry about the weather, and we'll play great music for you. (you can also easily wash your hands.....important when you spill that mustard all over them). Cider, Cheese, Scotch Eggs. What's not to love.
When: Sep 25, 2018 6:30PM in Jamaica Plain, MA
Boston Ballet Storytime – Jamaica Plain
In this interactive workshop, children and families will listen to the stories in English and Spanish, led by Boston Ballet company members. In between stories, youth will participate in a movement experience that will highlight the themes from the stories. Themes will include self-expression, creativity, musicality and storytelling through movement. Youth will also have the opportunity to learn about costumes. This program is offered in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.
Event is for youth ages 6 and up. A parent/guardian must sign Boston Ballet’s Participation Waiver prior to the student’s participation in the class.
Sep 26, 2018 12am in Jamaica Plain, MA
Connolly Branch of the Boston Public Library
433 Centre Street
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Wednesday, May 16, 2018, 10:30 – 11:15am
Short, fun films for young children. Groups welcome.Library
: Jamaica PlainType of Event
: Children (Ages 0-5)When:
Sep 26, 2018 12am in Jamaica Plain, MA
5-Week Welding Class
9/26-10/24 and 10/31-11/28
An overview covering gas welding, electric arc welding including stick and MIG processes. Students learn techniques and make at least one piece. Learn shop safety, hand tools, equipment, cutting and methods for finishing. Great foundation for welding. All safety gear is included, however, students are welcome to bring their own ANSI-approved safety glasses/face shields, welding hoods (minimum Shade 9), and gloves.
Students should wear durable closed-toe leather shoes, non-frayed jeans, a long sleeve natural fiber shirt, an old cap or bandana and tie back long hair. This class is open to all levels. Metal casting, stonecarving, jewelry making, mold making, and figure sculpture workshops are available. Custom workshops are available as well, including: wedding ring workshops, teen welding intensives, and more!When:
Sep 26, 2018 6pm in Jamaica Plain, MACost: