Single malt/single hop ballots are available on Google Drive.
The Brewnity club night benefit for City Harvest was postponed from early November to either February 15 or February 22.
As always, anyone can update the spreadsheet of upcoming meeting plans. We don’t have much planned for our November meeting, so if anyone wants to add a speaker or lead a discussion or tasting, please add it. The following few months have plans, but no one has signed up to get feedback on a beer. Add yourself if you like. We’ve started having a feedback session at 7pm or even a few minutes before, so that meetings start on time but people running late don’t miss speakers, contests, etc.
Other upcoming meeting plans include:
- December – winter beer focus. We’ll taste a variety of winter beers, from dark lagers to spiced stouts, both commercial and homebrewed, and talk about how to make winter styles that taste more like beer than like pastries. Talk to Jeff or Joe if you want to contribute beer, lead part of the discussion, or suggest a commercial beer.
- January – Brettanomyces contest. Enter any beer fermented in full or in part by Brett.
- February – Yeast experiment. Not a contest with a winner, so we’ll take notes but talk about our beers and yeast more than we would in a competition. We’ll do a group buy for grain and hops and then everyone who wants can make beers identical except for the yeast strain used. Mlore info and a sign up coming soon.
- June – sours contest