If you are interested in hosting an Educational Event, please complete the application below with as much detail as possible.
Educational Series Events should be designed to educate the public on topics related to beer and the brewing industry. Topics may include, but are not limited to, beer industry history, the "art" of brewing, the technical brewing process, current status of the brewing industry, best practices for beer production, public policy issues related to the brewing industry or other relevant topics. Educational events should feature specific programming, such as lectures, interactive panels, workshops or visual presentations. The events must be open to the general public. Events may be hosted at the sponsor's facility, the Heurich House Museum, or another agreed upon location.
Applications will be reviewed to determine if they meet the criteria of an Educational Event. Once your application is reviewed, you will be notified if your event qualifies for inclusion in the Educational Series for DC Beer Week.
The Heurich House Museum staff will then notify all applicants if your event is approved or denied. Upon approval, successful applicants will be directed to the DC Beer Week event sponsor page to make the $50 donation, and the event will be listed on the DC Beer Week website and announced through DC Beer Week social media outlets. All Educational Events will also be listed on the official DC Beer Week Event listing.
The Heurich House staff is happy to answer any questions you may have about the Educational Event Series, and provide additional guidance and recommendations for topics, venues and presenters. Please contact Jennifer Ezell at email@example.com.