History Happy Hour Virtual Program on September 16th at 6:30

This month’s History Happy Hour will help you prepare for the start of autumn with a program about a favorite fall beverage!


Join us as we welcome Kim Floyd and Jeff “Puff” Irvin for their presentation, “The In-Cider’s Scoop.” They will be talking about the history of apples and cider as well as the science behind the delicious beverage. Kim Floyd is the director of the North Carolina Craft Beverage Museum, and Puff Irvin is the Director of the Craft Beverage Institute of the Southeast at Asheville Buncombe Technical Community College. The North Carolina Craft Beverage Museum is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the state’s craft beverage story, and celebrates its role in building and defining a local, state, and national community. The Craft Beverage Institute of the Southeast at Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College is designed to support the rapidly growing craft beverage industry in Western North Carolina and the Southeast by providing curriculum and non-credit courses in brewing, distilling, fermentation and related business practices.


This presentation will be online-only, and will be available via Zoom and Facebook live. The Zoom login information is available below. You can connect directly with the program via Zoom or watch the live stream on the Chester Inn’s Facebook page. This program is free and open to the public!


Topic: History Happy Hour

Time: Sep 16, 2021 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)


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This project is funded under an agreement with the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Tennessee Historical Commission.