He said the group will check IDs to ensure that everyone sampling the beer is of legal drinking age.
Absten believes the demonstration will help get more people in the area into home brewing. Home brewing can help people come to appreciate many different styles of beer that aren't available in the area.
Absten is a local attorney who used to live in Pittsburgh, which is known for having many quality beers available.
He found it difficult to find a palatable drink when he moved back to the Mountain State.
That was when he got into home brewing.
Absten believes that it will be easier to get locals into home brewing if they can see the process take place right before their eyes.
"We want to show people how easy it really is to home brew," he said.
The demonstration will take about three hours, Absten said.
Absten added that many home brewing associations around the country will be holding events on National Home Brewing Day May 4.