EXPLORE CLEVELAND AND
THE CSU ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
Our region is so rich in history, great food, diversity and cultural
landmarks. Join us as we embark on a series of behind-the scenes
adventures to some of Cleveland's best-kept secrets!
We're proud to introduce Cleveland State's new Passport
Cleveland Series. Now you may tour fabulous urban farms, enjoy
microbrewery tours with tastings, "go local" at ethnic markets,
experience Cleveland's Civil War history and much more.
Each tour is prepared exclusively for CSU alumni. Tours are professionally
guided and include a walking tour or motorcoach transportation.
Choose one or all four Passport Cleveland Tours, and watch for our
fall/winter series, too.
Have an idea for where we should visit next? Call us at
216.687.2078 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
Get to know both Cleveland and your fellow CSU Vikings better.
Adventures await with Passport Cleveland!
BEERS & BREWERIES
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
6:00 – 10:00 pm
Cost for CSU alumni,
staff or student - $69.00
cost per person -
Tour begins and
ends at the CSU
Deadline to Register - extended
August 15, 2014
Cleveland's history of beer-making is almost as
old as the city itself. By 1910, Cleveland boasted 26
brewing companies, with names like Forest City,
Pilsener, and Cleveland Home Brewing Company.
That trend continued, with a 13-year break during
Prohibition, until the 1970s when the sluggish
economy and popular taste for mass-produced beer
forced the small brewing companies to close. Then
in 1988, a new era of Cleveland beer-making began
when the Conway brothers opened Great Lakes
Brewing Company. Today it is but one of a dozen
small northeast Ohio breweries.
This educational tour will stop at three local
microbreweries, with 3-4 samplings at each stop.
Between the narration on the motorcoach and the
information on-site from the brew masters, you
will learn the entire process of how beer is made.
And by the end of the evening, you may find a new