Who says there can only be one day a year to teach a friend to homebrew? Maybe you got some new homebrew startup gear over the holidays or maybe you just missed the event in November. Either way, we have an event for you! The newly formed STL Hops Homebrew Club is hosting a “Teach a Friend to Homebrew Day” this Saturday January 14th at 9AM at Perennial Artisan Ales located at 8125 Michigan Ave.
There will be four brewers with different all grain systems, Jim Leabig (Keggles and Cooler), Dave Blue (Blichmann Boilermaker Kettles and Cooler), Troy Meier (Blichmann Top Tier HERMS), and Cory King will be brewing on his pilot/homebrew system. This will be a great chance for anyone who extract brews, or is just interested in learning what all-grain brewing is all about. Also, if you already all-grain brew, this will be a chance to see other all-grain systems.
This event is open to all and is free to attend. If you’d like to bring a bottle or two of a homebrew you’ve created you are more than welcome if you are looking for feedback. For more information check out the Homebrew Forums thread on the topic here.