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Learn How to Make Bitters & Liquor Infusions!

Spice up your cocktails and ease your digestion with homemade bitters using aromatic herbs, roots and barks with bartender & herbalist Kate August! This class ...

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Learn How to Make Bitters & Liquor Infusions!
Oakland, CA, United States
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2 h
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Spice up your cocktails and ease your digestion with homemade bitters using aromatic herbs, roots and barks with bartender & herbalist Kate August! This class is hands-on providing recipes, tastings and a take-home sample of our infusions to inspire your taste buds.

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I began my journey over 10 years ago working in high-end food service with a special focus on local, sustainable and handmade food. I have classical training in serving wine, cheese and beer. Partway through my career, I began to desire a more intimate connection with the food and beverages I loved. I learned about sustainable farming through the work-travel organization World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms (WWOOF). I began to grow my own food making the most out of my urban garden space. Preserving the harvest was inherently the next step as I endeavoured further into urban homesteading. Soon, I was creating my own alchemy of ferments and preserves, taking quickly to Sandor Katz's book, Wild Fermentation. I interned with Teutonic Wine Company in Oregon, learning how to make wine naturally with only ambient yeasts. I learned to make yogurt and fresh cheese at home; and aged, unpasteurized cheese with Garden Variety Cheese Company in Watsonville, CA. I preferred the flavors and health benefits of these wild ferments and continued to explore these lesser-known, ancient methods of preserving. Through my studies, I was introduced to herbal medicine as yet another form of preserving. I apprenticed with the SF Herbalist assisting with their product line of Herban Elixirs. I continue to be driven by the desire to learn, create, and share.
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