BYOG: Bring Your Own Grill Class at the Brewery Oct. 7
If it feels good, do it again.
Taking a cue from the success of our first class back in May, we’re hosting the second edition of BYOG at the brewery, on Sunday, Oct. 7. The syllabus will cover the great American pastime of grilling. (And, of course, drinking beer while grilling, which needs no instruction.)
The class runs from 11 am to 6 pm and will be taught by BBQ legend and CarterQue founder, Chris Carter. And it’s BYOG.
That’s right: Bring Your Own Grill. Borrow your friend’s truck, Mom’s minivan…whatever it takes to get that sucker on the road and fired up at the brewery for some serious action.
The “bring your own grill” format will allow Chris to teach you how to grill on the equipment you already know, own, and love. Here are some additional details:
Grills can be gas or charcoal. Anything from a super-deluxe monster to a Weber with a bag of charcoal is welcome.
Sharing grills is allowed, but each student will need his or her own ticket.
All attendees are encouraged to bring charcoal (if applicable), wood chips, special sauces, or any other elements or tools they’d like to perfect in the class.
Tickets are $80 per person / $100 per couple and includes admission, instruction, all of your grilling meats, and Flying Dog beer samples. Students will also leave with a takeaway grilling guide.