The founder of Eventide Brewing are of the mindset that if we want something we make it ourselves, and if we can’t make it we learn how. If you walk through our tasting room or production facility you’ll see handcrafted pieces all over.  In an endeavor to meet like minded individuals, like Kimmy Coburn of  The Homestead Atlanta  we have created The Curiosity Club.Homestead

 Join us as we learn about herbal medicine, wood working, blacksmithing, biodynamic farming, and more at The Curiosity Club. The Curiosity Club is held the 3rd Wednesday of each month. The doors open at 6:30 pm.  Your purchase includes a $10 donation to The Homestead Atlanta, six 6oz tastings of Eventide’s delicious beer, a production facility tour, and an interactive learning experience with some of Georgia’s most talented and knowledgeable makers and creators.   See below for a list of events.

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May 18th: Feeding the Fermentation Fixation: Some of the best things in life are ferments: bread, wine, beer, cheese, kimchi …you know, the major food groups. But how does this simple science work? Let Chef Philip Meeker guide you through the ins and outs of fermentation and get you ready to become a probiotic-pounding beast in the kitchen.

 

 

June 15th: Making Wood Sound Good – Banjo Making & Beer: Get to know Luthier, farmer, philosopher and all around Renaissance Man Josh Davis as he guides you through his experiences learning to build banjos. He can bust a tune out on one pretty well, too, so give your palate a present with some Eventide brews and treat your brain and ears to some banjo know-how & tunes.

 

 

July 20th: Cheese? Yes Please: Cheese is like a little creamy taste of heaven on earth, and now you can learn what it takes to turn grass into something you’ll happily scarf off a cutting board at your friends’ parties. Internationally-recognized cheesemaker Rebecca Williams of Many Fold Farm will give you a peek into the science and craft of making some of the best cheese you’ll ever put in your face. You’re welcome.

 

 

August 17th: Printmaking:  Grab your inner Gutenberg for this awesome hands-on experience: printmaker extraordinaire Becca will guide you through a brief history of the art as well as touch on printmaking basics. Then it’s DIY time as she demos making a print for a coaster and you’re free to give it a whirl!

 

 

September 21st: Feeling Fruity: Grab your inner Gutenberg for this awesome hands-on experience: printmaker extraordinaire Becca will guide you through a brief history of the art as well as touch on printmaking basics. Then it’s DIY time as she demos making a print for a coaster and you’re free to give it a whirl!

 

 

October 19th: Wood You Could You:  If Seinfeld taught us one thing, it’s that “Wood is Good.” So whether you’ve got a love for Atlanta street art or beautiful, handcrafted wood furniture, don’t miss this chance to get to know Jay Wiggins aka Evereman. Jay has been designing and building furniture for 25 years but has also made a name for himself – or at least his alter ego – by sharing poetry and art freely across the city. What better way to learn about the fine craft of woodworking than with a local brew and a local legend?

 

 

November 16th: Conscientious Carnivore, Where Does Your Food Come From: If you like food or puns, you’re in luck: Chef Jarrett Stieber of the Eat Me Speak Me Pop-Up & Speakeasy will give you a whirlwind tour through the food we eat from farm to fork. Jarrett honed his charcuterie skills at some of Atlanta’s finest restaurants, butchering and curing meat at Empire State South for 2.5 years and working as a cook at Abattoir, Holeman & Finch and Restaurant Eugene before that. So he knows his stuff. Come find out how the big boys do it when it comes to sourcing, preparing and being a conscientious carnivore.

 

 

December 21st: #WELOVEATL: Wrap up this fantastic year of exploring Atlanta’s makers, doers, and artisans with a local art initiative and magic hashtag that does just that; meet and get to know the charming Brandon Barr from #weloveatl. Hear about how this visual storytelling organization got started and about the amazing and entertaining moments along the way.