UC Davis students – from left, Caitlin Ellis, Nayvin Chew, Eva Tran and Calvin Hsu – won a brewing competition 10 weeks after meeting in January.
UC Davis students – from left, Caitlin Ellis, Nayvin Chew, Eva Tran and Calvin Hsu – won a brewing competition 10 weeks after meeting in January. Courtesy of Calvin Hsu
UC Davis students – from left, Caitlin Ellis, Nayvin Chew, Eva Tran and Calvin Hsu – won a brewing competition 10 weeks after meeting in January. Courtesy of Calvin Hsu

Four strangers began a beer-making class in January. Now their brew is selling out.

June 09, 2017 12:11 PM

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