Rhubarb is one of the easiest plants to grow in Sitka. So what do you do with all the extra rhubarb, after you’ve already made as many pies and jams and other rhubarb recipes as you can handle? You can make rhubarb wine.
Perry Edwards and Michelle Putz, who are members of the Sitka Global Warming Group, will teach their annual homemade wine-making class at 7 p.m. on Friday, July 18, at their home (address and directions will be given to people who register for the class). This fun and informative beginner’s class will teach people how to use locally grown fruit, such as rhubarb, apples or berries, to make wine. This class will offer simple wine-making tips, techniques, tools, and will feature Perry and Michelle’s award-winning rhubarb wine recipe.
This class is free and open to all adults age 21 or older. Space is very limited and this class fills up fast. Please pre-register to assure your spot in the class. For more information, or to register for the class, please call Michelle at 747-2708. This wine-making class is sponsored by the Sitka Global Warming Group.