Event Details

Did you know that the New York state brewing industry is hopping? New York boasts over 400 breweries, 19,000 related jobs, and the brewing industry contributes $5.4 billion to the state’s economy. 

Come meet our guest speaker, Kaylyn Kirkpatrick, who manages the Brewing Extension Program at Cornell Agritech. Kaylyn will demystify the science behind craft beer brewing and teach you the language of beer. Attendees will enjoy a guided tasting of five New York sourced beers and a buffet brunch.

You’ll learn about the Cornell Craft Beverage Institute, Cornell’s unique land-grant mission, and how growers and brewers tap into Cornell’s agricultural research and education programs to inform their farming and brewing practices.

Event Details:
Date: Saturday, November 9, 2019 
Time: 12:30-2:30 p.m.
Location: The Cornell Club-New York
6 E 44th Street, New York, NY 10017
Cost: $35

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 –  Grilled Cheese with Gruyere, Comte and Truffle Cheddar, and Tomato Marmalade
 –  Ranch Style Eggs Benedict (Smoked Country Ham, Cheddar Biscuit, Sunny Side Up Egg –  Charred, Tomato Salsa)
 –  Chicken Enchiladas
 –  Crisp Autumn Greens with Pomegranate Seeds, Roasted Squash, Fugi Apple with Spiced Cider Vinaigrette
 –  Seasonal Fruit
 –  Seasonal Breads 

About the speaker:

As part of the Cornell Craft Beverage Institute (CCBI), Kaylyn Kirkpatrick manages the Brewing Extension Program at Cornell AgriTech, providing hops and beer analysis, research brewing trials, technical services, and community outreach. She brings over five years of experience in the brewing industry and technical training in beer production and beverage processing. Kaylyn holds a Master’s in Food Science from Oregon State University and a Diploma in Brewing from the Institute of Brewing & Distilling in the United Kingdom. Having previously worked as a chemist at New Belgium Brewing Company, she is especially passionate about improving the quality of beer and brewing raw ingredients.