Thanks to everyone who brewed a single hop beer. Tasting sheets are online.
Our October meeting will focus on German beers, both homebrewed and commercial, so brew/bring what you like. November’s meeting is a stout competition. Make any style or stout, small or large.
A few schedule updates
We decided at the meeting last week to swap months for our annual sour and brett meetings. Sours will be in January; Bretts will be in June. This should generally help people who have limited temperature control options.
Our next hop tasting will feature lighter hops, moving away from bold IPA flavors to session ales, maybe lagers, and other beers where hop flavor remains important. Stay tuned for the date (or suggest it and put in on the meeting schedule).
If you’re interested in helping plan what the Brewsers will do for next year’s National Homebrewers Conference in Baltimore, write Jeff Lyons at email@example.com. Passes go on sale in the late winter, but the Brewsers—along with other NYC groups, through Brewnity—are already talking about what we can do, both to facilitate getting as many of us down there as possible and to make a strong showing for NYC.
Finally, fellow members of Brewnity, the Brewminaries, are holding an Prost, an Oktoberfest. This Saturday at Industry City Distilling. It’s $35 or $40 at the door. Follow the link for tickets and more details.