Welcome to Kebec. Having now arrived at the Port of Kebec within the New World, a Brewer has selected you to become a future artisan. Will you Accept?

Being a Brewer is a trades skill that accepts both males and females equally. Beer seems to be the only preferred means by which consumption of Malted Barley is consumed. As an apprentice you will learn how to make a basic brew which will ferment and mature into a mind dulling liquid that transforms even the ugliest person into a god or goddess.

Being a Brewer has a few perks. Becoming a fully qualified Brewer, you may choose to enhance or modify the basic recipe into something more decadent and exotic, that may be frequently sold to members of Kebec's more affluent population, at a tidy profit.

Skill Features

Malted Barley, Hops, Yeast and Water are the basic ingredients for your skill, so is the Kettle you will need to brew your Fame and Glory. Whether you choose to brew Ale, Lager, Mead or Cider, without your Kettle, you will have nothing that is worthy to even turn into wine.

As with most things, you can choose what you want to become, So if you should fail to master the basics of Brewing, make your next Choice Wisely, as the word gets around quickly if you Fail Miserably. It is not uncommon for Failed Brewer's Apprentice to end up in the streets, with no place else to go.

Apprentice Graduation

Congrats! - You Made it!

Your Name, be Proud of it. You only get one. If you Can't Read or Write, just set your Mark X, and carry-on. You May Find the Time Later to Learn your letters.

As a New Brewer, your first task will be to get busy and brew something up. There will no shortage of soldiers mouths to fill! Be sure to save some money for your taxes! The Guards from the Garisson will no doubt stop by to collect.

Bon Chance!

A Brewer's Life in 1661

Your day will begin and end without much fanfare. Having a fresh supply of newly filled barrels to sell as soon as the sun rises will no doubt have you busy making deliveries.

As a Brewer, you will be expected to be open for business everyday. Shortages of Barley, hops and yeast are common, so making friends with the Farmers and local Carpenters will be as important as keeping your Brewer's Kettle cooking. Having Family around could be a way to ensure you thrive.

Within Kebec, the Brewer's Shop is as equally important as the local Tavern.