Wednesday, June 7th, 2017
Rockaway Brewing Company
The June meeting is Brewstoria-to-Style. Bring 64 ounces of your ESB to share and let’s talk about how we brewed these beers. Please email your recipe and process with any changes to email@example.com with “ESB” in the subject.
More happenings bellow:
-Private foraging event at Prospect Park with Bitter & Esters and Fifth Hammer Brewing Company
-National Homebrew Conference tickets still available.
-New York City Homebrewers Guild’s annual Homebrew Picnic on July 22nd
-Ann Reilly from @NYCCraftBeer Instagram with Dave Lopez of Gun Hill Brewery on a home brew competition on Saturday, July 15th.
-Brewstoria/Pilsner Urquell at Bohemian Beer Garden July 29th
-Brewstoria Homebrew Competition at the end of October.
Join Bitter & Esters and Fifth Hammer Brewing on Sunday, July 9th @ 4:45 pm for a private foraging tour of Prospect Park with Steve “Wildman” Brill.
We’ll be meeting at the stone benches near the Grand Army Plaza entrance.
This four hour tour will focus on edible plants available in Prospect Park, with an emphasis on plants that can be used in brewing beer!
This will be a fun and very informative event even if you are not a brewer.
We are hoping homebrewers will take their newfound knowledge and brew a beer using ingredients they’ve foraged. This beer can then be served at Fifth Hammer Brewing on Saturday August 19th at a free event where we will be welcoming Stan Hieronymus, author of Brewing Local, American-grown beer. Stan will be talking about brewing with local ingredients and signing copies of his book.
Tickets are only $20 and are available here. We need to sell 30 tickets to make this happen so sign up today!
–Saturday July 15TH New York Homebrew Competition 2:30 – 6:30PM All local homebrewers are welcome to compete Winning beer to be brewed at Gun Hill with Head Brewer Chris Prout Additional prizes will be awarded Sign up with your local homebrew club Or email NYCCraftBeer.Projects@gmail.com
-NHC 2017, there are tickets still available for the conference in Minneapolis.
If you are planning on going, please sign up here. If someone is thinking of the long haul to drive there, let us know. Maybe Brewnity will be able to have a table for New York and beers to pour for homebrewers night, one of the best events of the conference.
-New York City Homebrewers Guild’s annual Homebrew Picnic on July 22nd at Croton Point Park. They are asking for us to bring homebrew and one dish per couple/person. There are camp sites available at this park and some are staying there Friday and Saturday. Try to get a space in the back and Check it out here. It’s an amazing event every year. It is also accessible with a short train ride on Metro North. Cars will be able making regular trips to pick you up. If you are going, sign up here and maybe we can organize carpooling.
-We are co-hosting an event with Pilsner Urquel at the Bohemian Beer Garden on July 29th 2pm–6pm. We’re still ironing out the details but plan to have beer to pour, kegs or bottles. I do not have to tell you how great an opportunity this is for us. If you are interested in helping out, sign up here.
-We will be hosting our first homebrew competition this year, hopefully. There is a lot to do and we need volunteers to help out with all aspects of this event from the ground up. Please sign up. Brewstoria Organizing Commitee. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested
We’ll also be collecting dues for 2017. As a reminder, dues are $20 for returning members, $25 for new members.
If you arrive early, 6:30-7-ish, and are a member in good standing, please join us for a steering committee meeting upstairs to be more apart of Brewstoria and help us grow.