The Sangre de Cristo Craft Brewers is a homebrew club located in Northern New Mexico at the foothills of the beautiful Sangre de Cristo mountains in Santa Fe, NM
Club Meetings during COVID-19
In an effort to keep all of our members safe and to comply with restrictions set in place by the State of New Mexico, all in-person meetings are suspended until a time when we can safely mingle and share our beers again.
The club meets at 6:30pm on the 3rd Wednesday of each month. The location isn’t set in stone but will be announced prior to the meeting. Until we can meet in person again, we will try to conduct virtual meetings and talk about the latest beers we’ve brewed and discuss new trends in the brewing world while drinking some beer.
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Our first in-person meeting since February 2020 was a huge success! Thanks to Ted for hosting us on his newly renovated patio. We had 13 members show up with a club record of 29 beers (28 homebrew, 1 commercial). This was also the first time the club had examples of beer, wine, cider and meadContinue reading “May 2021 Meeting Minutes”
Since we couldn’t meet in person for our annual holiday party due to COVID, we decided to do a little contactless beer swap. The brewers and their beers were as follows: Brewer Brews Brandon Cider w/ Honey – 10% ABVBarleywine – 10.1% ABVSour w/ Cherries (to those who wanted a sour) – 7% ABV AaronContinue reading “December 2020 Holiday Homebrew Swap”
Hey Sangres, We held another virtual meeting via Google Meet this month due to the ongoing COVID pandemic. Some of the topics we discussed were: The upcoming 2021 National Homebrew Competition. It will take place as a single round of judging in Denver, CO. Entries are $29 each and registration will take place between FebruaryContinue reading “December 2020 Meeting Minutes”
This guide will walk you through the process of capturing wild yeast and bacteria that’s naturally found pretty much everywhere in nature. While I used flowers as my yeast source, you can use fruit, tree bark, your beard or just the breeze to try and harvest your own special culture. Be Smart and Safe BeforeContinue reading “Capturing Wild Yeast in Santa Fe”