As a niche shop, Tipsy Chef will cater to the home-brewing crowd, but will offer up regularly scheduled classes on the home-brewing process right in the store.
“We have everything you need to learn how to make your own spirits,” said Kris Johnson, owner of the store. “Not only can you learn to make your own beers, wines, and ciders, we’re introducing a brand new industrial kitchen for cooking classes to begin this summer.”
“Also, we’re making available sauces and spices made right here in Pennsylvania. We’re excited to open our doors.”
Tipsy Chef already has classroom space available to rent and has begun assembling a calendar of events for the first year.
Tipsy Chef is located at 45 Seneca Street, Oil City, Pa.
For more information, visit Tipsy Chef on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/TipsyChefOC and Twitter at: @TipsyChefOC.
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