Teach a Friend to Homebrew Day - Nov, 3 2007

Are you a homebrewer? Do you have friends? (ok, don't answer that ;-) Well here's your chance to show somebody how to brew. Maybe you just want to learn how to brew, but, you don't have any friends....wait this is getting silly. Just follow the link and read. Come one come all to Teach a Friend to Homebrew Day. Sponsored by the American Homebrewer Association. Of which I am a member. And I like it. And they have a nice site. And...this is getting silly again...

I was hoping to participate this year however it isn't in the cards for November 3rd. I may attempt to do something on the preceding or following weekend. I was thinking of something along the lines of this....
  • open invite
  • brief intro about ingredients, equipment and process
  • brew 1 or more extract batches
  • some free literature from Brewers Association
  • follow along on Beer Bits 2 blog during the days after the event for updates
  • get a chance to taste what we brewed when its ready
  • bring your ipod and queue up your own tunes
  • there may be some food
  • definately be some homebrew to taste (2 Belgian Styles, a dry hopped strong IPA and a 2 year old homebrewed barleywine if we're lucky)

Let me know if you would be interested of if there is anybody you know who might be interested. You bring the people and I'll conduct the session. (just not on Nov 3rd ;-)



Anonymous said...

Great site. I hope you don't mind if I added your site to my blog links. I really want to get into homebrewing but it seems just really overwhelming to me. I hope I can get over it. =)

Adam said...

What's blog is yours?

Unknown said...

drunkenpolack.com. It's just me writing about the different beers I try. Nothing fantastic. I made it for myself really just to keep track of what I've tried.

Adam said...

Oh...that Dave :-)

Well if you need help getting started let me know. I'd be happy to point you in the right direction.

Anonymous said...

I would love to get started. Just don't know where to. Just afraid of making the wrong choices on equipment. That would be my first fear followed by about 20 others =)