That’s right! We’ll be back at Bang Brewing for our next meeting.
Tuesday, April 5 at 7:00
2320 Capp Rd, St Paul, MN 55114
Nice space, great beer, even better company, and as always, plenty of parking (or not too far from the light rail on University, if you prefer).
Tin Whiskers Brewing Company
125 E 9th St, St Paul, MN 55101
Jeff and the Tin Whiskers crew have been very welcoming to our club by allowing us to use their space for our meeting. Homebrew is allowed, but please make sure you support them by purchasing beer from the bar, and make sure to tip well.
The drop-off deadline for NHC First Round is Wednesday, March 9th. This is a great opportunity to get final feedback if you are unsure about what categories to enter your beers into.
February’s meeting will be 7:00 on Tuesday, February
9 at Lake Monster Brewing Co.
550 Vandalia St #160,
St Paul,MN 55114
Matt Lange, their head brewer, will be there to talk to us about the brewery and take questions.
Great Northern BrewHaHa
registration opens Jan 4
judging on Feb 12
registration opens Jan 2
judging on Feb 20
It’s that time of year again. Enter your beers & volunteer for the Minnesota Mashout.
711 15th Avenue NE
Minneapolis MN 55413
The Ox is located on the first floor of the Solar Arts Building, just down the hall from Indeed’s main taproom. They have been very welcoming in giving us the use of their rental space without charge. Homebrew is allowed, but please be sure to buy beer from our hosts and tip well.
We’ll be meeting at Bad Weather Brewing in St Paul at 7:00, December 8. The meeting has been pushed back a week due to the holiday.
Bad Weather Brewing
414 7th St W
St Paul, MN 55102
Homebrew is allowed, but please be sure to buy beer from our hosts, and remember to tip well. Bad Weather is not usually open on Tuesdays, and they are allowing us to use the rental space at no cost.
SW Craft Bar
111 E Kellogg Blvd
Saint Paul, MN 55101
They have pub trivia starting at 9:00, for anyone who might want to stick around after the meeting.
Chris Smith, a truly preeminent cider maker, will be talking cider. You will not get a better opportunity to get tips, ask questions, and receive feedback on your ciders. We have several other club members who are experienced cider makers, some of whom have been doing well in major competitions, so there is a lot of knowledge and experience available if you are new to cider or want to get better.
Chris is an extremely knowledgeable brewer as well, so I suspect he’d be happy to answer questions in a wide range of topics. If you need any more incentive to come to the meeting, Scott Kosloski, General Manager of the St Paul store, has offered a special discount of 15% off to club members that night, so start working on your shopping list.