July Meeting and Meading

Greetings fellow Barley Engineers and prospective Barley Engineers:

The July meeting of the Society of Barley Engineers homebrew club will be held on Wednesday, July 7th @ 6p.m. at the Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens [upstairs]. The entree of the evening will be Pesto Penne with Chicken & Tomato. Directions are available at the Stone Brewing Co website [pdf link]

On the agenda:
1. Brewing beer with honey – Jeremy
2. Mead making – Dean
3. Judging meads for club only competition – Paul
4. SD County Homebrew Competition Recap – Paul/Andy
5. Stone Anniversary Celebration planning – Eric
6. Homebrew Sharing – All

What to bring:
Homebrew for sharing
Mead for club only competition (at least 22 oz)
Cash for entree ($10 + tax & tip = $13)

See you there, cheers!

Meeting Information for May

Fellow Barley Engineers as well as potential Barley Engineers:

The May meeting for the Society of Barley Engineers will be held on Wednesday, May 5th at Lost Abbey in San Marcos. The topic is going to be on pairing breads and cheeses with Lost Abbey and Port Brewing excellent line up of award winning brews.

For more information on Lost Abbey and Port Brewing company, hit up their websites:

The Lost Abbey

Port Brewing Company

Map of Lost Abbey Location:

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Meeting Information – FeBREWary

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The topic for this month is English Brown Ales. We will have a style discussion, present commercial examples as well as judge for the homebrew club only competition. So bring in your English Brown Ales, at least two-12oz beers for the panel as well as one to send off for the competition.

Check back often as the location and date is not set and may not be the normal time. We’ll update this as soon as a location and date is set.

Update: The FeBREWary meeting will be on February 3rd at Churchills in San Marcos. Ivan [Owner of Churchills] will have the Alesmith Nautical Nut Brown on keg for us, plus he will have Newcastle on as a standard offering with his new 50-TAP setup!  Yes, all 50 taps should be pouring by tomorrow night, if they’re not already primed and up today.

Meeting will start at 6:00pm.

Map below:

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