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July 2021 Meeting Minutes

David G. hosted the meeting this month on his patio and provided us with smoked brisket, sides and plenty of snacks. Thanks David for hosting! Some topics of discussion were: Reaching out to Santa Fe Cider Works about seeing their facility and possibly hosting a meeting. We were planning on having our March 2020 meetingContinue reading “July 2021 Meeting Minutes”

June 2021 Meeting Minutes

Turnout for this month’s meeting was a little small with only 6 of us in attendance. Lorrey did an amazing job of having some great snacks for us. The weather cooperated and we were able to meet on his patio without being too hot. The main focus of this meeting was to do our miniContinue reading “June 2021 Meeting Minutes”

May 2021 Meeting Minutes

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”

December 2020 Meeting Minutes

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”

October 2020 Meeting Minutes

Hello everyone, We held another virtual meeting via Google Meetup on 10/14. Among the topics discussed were holding an upcoming officers election and then opening up a new bank account for the club. Thus far, only one person for each office position has stepped forward, so unless there is no opposition, the following members willContinue reading “October 2020 Meeting Minutes”

Mosaic Pilsner SMaSH

Beer purists turn away! Looking for something a little outside of ordinary? Try brewing a lager using hops traditionally reserved for a Pale Ale or IPA. This lager consists of 100% Chateau Pilsen 2RS malt and Mosaic hops and was fermented with Saflager S-23 yeast. This beer was brewed by Brandon. Here’s the brew logContinue reading “Mosaic Pilsner SMaSH”

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