Taste Beer Cocktails with Tammy at The Last Word

. April 30, 2018.
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Ever been flummoxed with the choice between ordering a beer or a cocktail? Well, why choose when you can have both? When it comes to cocktails, beer offers flavor, fizz, and fun! From dark stouts to malty ales and hoppy IPAs, explore beer’s many applications in the cocktail realm. Your booking with Ann Arbor-based Tammy’s Tastings includes light snacks (pretzels, nuts). Class includes a combination of history and stories, technique instruction, and hands-on making and sampling of cocktails. Total consumption is equivalent to 1.5-2 cocktails per person over the 90 minute class. 

$45 | 5pm | Sunday, May 13
The Last Word, 301 W Huron St.
734-2763-215
| tammystastings.com

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