Show some love this Valentine’s Day and join us as we get a sneak peek at Brother James’ HomebrewCon presentation: “Beer School: Homebrew Tips from Brewing College & Pro Brewer Experience.”
James is soliciting feedback regarding which parts work best, need editing, should be cut, etc. See the summary of his presentation below:
During his two-year journey to a degree in Brewing Science and working as a professional brewer, James has had many “Aha!” moments — times when he realized or recognized a specific technique or bit of knowledge that would really be helpful in his homebrewing. Join him as he shares these often humorous stories from school and work, as well as tips and tricks for making your homebrewing easier, less stressful, safer, more productive, and more fun.
Don’t forget your cash, as there are two great giving opportunities at the February meeting:
There will be a raffle, and prizes include a bag of grain!
As some of you probably know, Sierra Nevada released a special beer called Resilience IPA late last year to raise money to help with the recovery from the Camp Fire in California. Sierra Nevada published the recipe for the beer online, and Rob has brewed a batch. He will be bringing a 5-gallon batch to the February club meeting and is requesting that anyone wishing to imbibe make a donation (suggested, $3/glass, but any amount welcome) that he will be sending Sierra Nevada to add to the recovery fund.
Rob will personally match the amount collected at the February meeting, and the club will also match up to the first $250 donated by members. Please bring a few dollars and support this great cause.