If you weren’t aware, tomorrow is Teach a Friend to Homebrew Day. It’s a chance for us homebrewers to teach someone else how their beer is made and how they could do it themselves. I plan on teaching my friend Bill Burge the ins and outs of homebrewing, we’re going to make a Scottish 80 Schilling.
So if you’re a homebrewer, bring a friend (or a couple of them) over and make an event of it. At worst, you can all sit around and enjoy some homebrew! Here are some of the particulars from the American Homebrewing Association:
What is Teach a Friend to Homebrew Day?
The American Homebrewers Association (AHA) Teach a Friend to Homebrew Day is an international event to introduce people to the homebrewing hobby and establish relationships with local homebrew supply shops.
Each year on the first Saturday in November, homebrewers around the world are encouraged to invite non-brewing and brewing friends and family to celebrate Teach a Friend to Homebrew Day and brew a batch of beer together.
Before the event, participants that have Teach a Friend to Homebrew Day events register their site on this web page. These registered sites help the American Homebrewers Association track how many participants celebrated the event. 2006 event results will be posted on this page a few weeks after November 4.