Chemistry of Beer

Metropolitan Brewing Tap Room, 3057 N Rockwell St, Chicago, IL 60618
Metropolitan Brewing, 3057 N Rockwell St, Chicago, IL 60618

Do you ever think about the science behind beer?? Now is your chance to really understand the chemical reactions in beer they would never teach in high school chemistry!

Illinois Science Council brings back our most popular “Chemistry for Adults” program in partnership with the awesome people at Chicago’s Metropolitan Brewery. Join us for a unique hands-on Chemistry of Beer event with ISC’s Chemist-in-Residence, Dr. Lindsey McQuade. Whether you consider yourself a connoisseur or one who just occasionally partakes, come learn the inside, chemical scoop on one of the oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic drinks in the world.

This event is not just a talk or a tasting (although there will certainly be tasting!). You will engage in hands-on chemistry experiments and leave with an insider’s view of the craft beer brewing process at Metropolitan. You’ll learn about your beloved beverage in new ways to impress others with your beer knowledge. Our friends at Metropolitan are fun and low-key, but they are serious about craft beer.

Space is limited. No science prerequisite is necessary, only your curiosity, but you must be 21 or olderThe ticket price include a brewery tour and tastings, and experimenting

Metropolitan Brewing

THANKS to our partner Metropolitan Brewing for hosting!

This Chemistry of Beer program is part of the 2019 Chicago Science Fest! See details on all events, and the speaker lineup at the Science Expo on Saturday, May 18th at ChicagoScienceFest.org.  A big thanks to all our Science Fest sponsors!!

All 2019 Fest Sponsor Logos 5-2-19

Check out this fun video from our very first “Chemistry of Beer!”

This event is part if the annual Chicago Science Festival. Learn what else is going on here!

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