Dr. Debra Hettinger Alumni Faculty Lecture Series- Dr. Scott Bailey- Brewcraft
April 5, 2016 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM | Location: Online
The “Dr. Debra Hettinger Alumni Faculty Lecture Series”, in short Hettinger Lectures,consists of two lectures per semester that are presented over the web through GoToWebinar by one of our Faculty. We started this series five years ago and have had lectures from Dr. Oekerman (Reading to Your Children: It is never too early to start!), Dr. Squires (The Role of Exercise in Metabolic Syndrome Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes), Dr. Jonas (Disease of the Week), Dr. McClusky (Astronomy, the Universe, and Faith; thoughts from a Lutheran Scientist), Dr. Phil Ruge-Jones (Performing Mark's Passion Story) and many others. The Hettinger Lectures will be streaming live online, with the ability for viewers to ask the lecturer questions.We have two Hettinger Lectures this semester,the first of which was Rev. Luther Oelke '59 over the History of Texas Lutheran. This time we will have Dr. Scott Bailey lead us in our final segment of the Hettinger Lectures.
Scott Bailey, professor of psychology, began homebrewing while studying the neuroscience of taste learning in graduate school in the early 1990s. This spring, he is teaching Brewcraft, a course on homebrewing, to Texas Lutheran students.
For his Hettinger Lecture, he will provide an overview of techniques for brewing beer at home. He will address how beer’s key ingredients—water, malt, hops, and yeast—can be manipulated to create the spectacular and growing array of beer styles from around the world today. A Q&A session will follow the multimedia presentation for those who are interested in learning to brew, taking their brewing to the next level, or simply wanting to know more about what it takes to make great beer.
Fill a proper glass with your favorite brew and sign in to participate in this presentation and conversation!
If you have any questions, please direct them to Taylor Collins at email@example.com or 830 372 8030.
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