What does everyone think about doing a pot-luck food pairing (maybe this belongs under the 'club meetings' discussion, but oh well)? We'll soon have a lot of beers on tap, and commercials are not strictly off-limits either. Each person can select their
Let me know if you want in on the brew calendar and recipes, accessed via Google Calendar and Google Docs. The recipes/calendar can be down- and uploaded and edited, or edited on line, where we can all see the realtime result. Thought I'd at leas
I'm thinking of club meetings with a format TBD. How about having them on the Saturdays following the beginning of each season (Sep. 25 would be the first)? We could bring seasonal commercial and home brews and do food pairings.Feel free to add,
OK, four things need to occur, mead-wise ,and I think this is the order of importance:1) Make one with the awesome raspberries at the farmer's market (perhaps a 5 qt batch).2) Blend and bottle the old stuff once and for all.3) Make up this
We should have a mini one this fall. Here's Aaron's recipe:I have been planning to make an Oktoberfest, but not per the BJCP style guidelines. Its a recipe Ive made for the past 2 years. Its referred to as a Belgian style Oktoberfest and it goes
Looking for participants for a hop experiment. We'll need at least 6 brewers to brew exactly the same beer except for the hopping schedule. Below are some ideas distilled from the Facebook thread:- use Ozarka, or some other water from the store.