NETSACS Meeting in February 2017 – “The Chemistry of Beer”

“The Chemistry of Beer”
By: Mr. John Henritze and Ms. Emily Jobe
Date: Thursday, February 16, 2016
Location: Firehouse Restaurant, 627 W. Walnut St. Johnson City, 37604

Agenda

  • 6:00 PM Dinner at Firehouse
  • 7:30 PM Program at JRH Brewing: 458 W. Walnut St, Johnson City, 37604

Fixed Menu

One of the following:

Carolina Pulled Pork Platter
Char-grilled Bar-B-Que Chicken Platter
Veggie Burger

And two of the following:
Bar-B-Que Beans
Steak Fries
Steamed Broccoli
Homemade Cole Slaw

The cost for the meal is $17/person, half price for students. Make check payable to “NETSACS”. Indicate the number in your party. RSVP’s are fine with the understanding that payment will be made at the meeting. No cost to attend the program only.

Please RSVP by 5:00pm on February 13, 2017.

Please reply to:

Sandy Eagle and Mary Engelman

eaglec@etsu.edu mkengelman@eastman.com

423-439-8630

423-229-1911

Directions to the Firehouse:

  • Use I-26 – Take Exit 23 for TN-91/Market St.
  • Turn right onto E. Market St.
  • Turn left onto Colonial Way
  • Turn right onto E. State of Franklin
  • Turn left onto W. Watauga Ave.
  • Turn right onto W. Walnut St.

Please Drive Safely!

Mr. John Henritze and Ms. Emily Jobe

JRH Brewing, Johnson City

Bio’s

Mr. John Henritze is the owner and Master Brewer of JRH Brewing in Johnson City, TN. He first became interested in beer on a high school field trip in 1992. John brewed his first batch of beer in 1996. John practiced medicine as a Physician Assistant for 13 years before pursuing a career in brewing. John graduated from The American Brewers Guild in 2013. John has won 2 local homebrew competitions and several medals from The Tennessee Championship of Beers.

Ms. Emily Jobe is the Assistant Brewer of JRH Brewing in Johnson City, TN. Emily became interested in brewing after turning 21. She worked as a chemical engineer for a year before deciding she wanted to work in the brewing industry. Emily is currently enrolled at The University of Nottingham for the Master’s degree in Brewing Science.