This survey is now closed. Thanks for all the great answers. Cheers.
Here’s the resulting article: We Know What Dad Wants. Hint: It’s a Freaking Beer! Happy Father’s Day.
Lancaster Newspapers has asked for our help identifying the perfect Father’s Day gifts for beer-loving dads.
Looking for a thrifty option and an over-the-top option.
We’ll be tasting Saisons as interpreted by club members during the May 28th meeting. It will be held at the usual location at Lancaster Brewing and is open to current members as well as anyone who’d like to join the club. For entrants/entries, please bring at least a growler or 6-pack with some labeling for the organizers to serve. Meeting starts at 7:00.
Whether you are brewing or just interested in learning more about the style, here are a few good resources:
Phil Markowski’s “Farmhouse Ales“
BYO’s Style Guide
It’s all in the yeast, but let’s see what the club has to say about that!
Celebrate with fellow brewers at Lancaster Homebrew Saturday May 3rd. If you are new to brewing and want to learn from experienced brewers, this is a great introduction. Be there from 10am to noon for the demo. If you are not so new to brewing, meet future and current brewers to share techniques. Details in the image and directions below.
This month we will be tasting beers from the club yeast experiment.
Twelve of our brewers brewed this beer and fermented it with a different yeast strain.
The yeasts used were:
WLP007 Dry English Ale
WLP565 Belgian Saison I
WLP099 Supa’ High
WLP008 East Coast Ale
WLP005 British Ale
WL530 Abbey Ale
Safale US05 American Ale
It’s time for club leadership elections again. This month we will be taking nominations for the position of club secretary.
Duties of this position include helping with email and social media updates. Remembering all the great ideas we come up with at our monthly meetings and helping to put them into practice. Working with the media as a representative of the club when needed. And busting your ass behind the scenes to help the rest of the management team make our club run all smooth-like.
IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW AND LOVE would be good at this sort of thing, the February meeting is where you make that public knowledge. We need a strong candidate to fill this role in for our club. Nominations will be accepted up until the day of our March meeting when we will hold an election to determine the winner.
Please contact me with any questions or thoughts about the elections or to throw your name in the pot.
Cheers and Mahalo plenty,
FOR THE RECORD
Your current club management roster consists of the following dear souls:
JEREMIAH EASTEP – Club President
MICHAEL DOMIN – Club Vice-President
KAREN HOLLMAN – Activities Director
KIRSTEN DEEDS – Club Treasurer+
+Note: Kirsten has accepted a transfer from the office of Club Secretary to the office of Club Treasurer. Given her impeccable background in finance, having her in this role makes mad sense.
Our club has been invited to a private beer tasting event.
The cost to attend this event is ZERO DOLLARS.
The cost for transportation to and from the event is ZERO DOLLARS.
If you are a Lancaster County Brewers member, this trip will cost you nothing.
It’s free beer and we are taking you to it.
Please see details below the sign up form.
SIGN UP HERE TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT:
[This trip is only open to members of the Lancaster County Brewers club. Free beer tasting is being held at State Line Liquors in Elkton, MD. The club is providing transportation to and from the event from Lancaster. There is no cost to club members for this transportation. Meet at the Lancaster Shopping Center parking lot outside AC Moore 1515 Lititz Pike, Lancaster at 6:00 PM on Monday, November 11th. Please be prompt. We need to leave as close to 6:00 PM as possible. We plan to be back in Lancaster no later than 9:00 PM. If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org]
More details about this event coming soon. Watch your email or ask questions in the forums. Cheers.
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This weekend is our annual club fall picnic.
Check out details and ask questions in the forums.
Our club just finished up an excellent weekend in Philadelphia at the 2013 National Homebrewers Conference. There were over 3,500 people in attendance sharing all kinds of brewing knowledge and beers over the course of three days.
On Friday night we participated in Club Night with about 90 other homebrew clubs. Club Night is an all-homebrew beer festival. Clubs from around the country have the chance to show off their creativity with themed booths and costumes and great homebrews. There were over a thousand different beers available at this event!
Our Amish-themed Club Night booth was a huge hit. We poured milk stout from a life-sized cardboard cow, rocked Amish outfits and sat on hay bales sharing beers.
A huge thank you to everyone who helped with the preparation, set up and running of our Club Night booth. Thanks to the each of the brewers who provided the great beers which represented our club to the rest of the homebrewing world.
Click here for descriptions of the beers we poured at the 2013 NHC Club Night.