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Vienna Lager with Lyne Sunday, Aug 27

Join Lyne Noella for the next monthly Club Shop Brew Session as she leads the crew in brewing a Vienna Lager on Sunday, August 27. Lyne's friend, Derek Springer, President of the Society of Barley Engineers in Vista, CA, and his swashbuckling exploration into the Vienna Lager style are the inspiration and he will be a technical consultant on the brew. Those in search of a Vienna Lager White Whale are invited to this adventure.

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July Club Shop Brew Session - Kall it Kolsch with Matt

Join Board Publicity Director Matt Myerhoff to brew "Kall it Kölsch," a Kölsch, on Sunday, July 23 at the Home Beer Wine and Cheese Making Shop. That day is also check-in day for LA County Fair Homebrew Competition, so we can help out during our down time, and it will be a big fun party! 

Sunday, July 23, 2017, 8:00 AM
The Home Beer Wine and Cheese Making Shop
22836 Ventura Blvd., Woodland Hill (at Fallbrook)
Map - https://goo.gl/maps/2sf6aFKp1et

 

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Glass Art and Jewelry Show and Wine Tasting

Glass show and wine tasting 2017 1.jpegCome check out gorgeous hand-crafted glass art and jewelry and sample some delicious locally produced wines at the Fused Glass Show and Wine Tasting, Saturday, June 24, 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM at Camarillo Custom Crush Winery in Camarillo. 300 S. Lewis Rd., Camarillo. Meet the artist behind the work, Nancy Gold of Ocean Glass Glassworks. Taste a flight of six Custom Crush wines $10.

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Homebrew Soda Bar at L.A. Beer Week - June 17

Falcons, we have been invited to host a homebrewed soda bar wtih LA area homebrew clubs at the Kickoff Festival for the 9th Annual L.A. Beer Week on Saturday, June 17 at Center Studios in Downtown L.A.

 

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February Club Shop Brew Session - BIPA With Matt

Join Board Publicity Director Matt Myerhoff in a Belgian IPA on Sunday, February 26 at the Home Beer Wine and Cheese Making Shop. Here are the top-rated examples. Belgian IPA, (Category 21B, Specialty IPA) is a pretty new style, emerging in the mid 2000s. Homebrewers and microbreweries simply substituted Belgian yeast in their American IPA recipes. Belgian breweries added more hops to their tripel and pale ale recipes, so there are all different styles among the great ones, including Brewery Vivant Triomphe, Houblon Chouffe, Epic Brainless IPA, Green Flash Le Freak, Stone Cali-Belgique, and Flying Dog's Raging Bitch. This one will have some of the rich, creamy mouthfeel and strong complex yeast aromas of a Belgian blonde, with a wild bouquet of hops. 

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January 2017 Shop Brew - Falcons Claws With Drew

The December Shop Brew Session had to be postponed to Sunday, January, January 15. The signups are carried with the date, including the wait list.

Board Member & Grand Hydrometer Drew Beechum will lead the crew in brewing Falcons Claws, the our version of Samichlaus, a monster dark Swiss lager that was once the strongest beer in the world at 14% ABV. It started in 1979 when Swiss-based Hürlimann Brewery decided to brew a Christmas lager on December 6—St. Nicholas Day (feast day). Until its doors closed in 1997, Hürlimann Brewery produced Samichlaus every year on December 6, and built up a loyal fan base along the way. Be ready for a year of lagering before bottling, and you'll be enjoying it next Christmas by the fire! READ MORE.  

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November Club Shop Brew - Adambier with John A

Falcons, sign up now for the November Club Shop Brew Session as Board Member John Aitchison leads the crew in brewing an Adambier. Get ready for some deep knowledge, technique and be ready to wait for a looooonnng fermentation for this huge beer. How many decoctions do you think John will attempt??

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October Club Shop Brew Session - Big Ass Holiday Ale with Kent

Falcons, sign up now for the October Club Shop Brew Session as Board Member and original "Brewgyver" Kent Fletcher leads the crew in brewing a Big Ass Holiday Ale that you will have ready just in time to be sipping by the fireplace as chestnuts roast this winter. There's no single type of Holiday Ale, but they tend to be dark, high gravity, complex, warming, and malty brews, often with spices added. Notable examplars include Anchor Brewing's "Our Special Ale" (Christmas Ale), and Sierra Nevada's Celebration Holiday Ale. 

 

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August Club Shop Brew Session - Black IPA with Ed!

Falcons, sign up now for the August Club Shop Brew Session as Board Member Ed Kochanowski leads the crew in brewing a Black IPA, that style you hate to love or love to hate. Cascadian Dark Ale? American Style Black Ale? Who cares! Either way, you know it will be deeply, darkly hoppy! Black IPA is a beer with the dryness, hop-forward balance, and flavor characteristics of an American IPA, only darker in color – but without strongly roasted or burnt flavors. The flavor of darker malts is gentle and supportive, not a major flavor component. 

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July Club Shop Brew Session - Belgian Wit Bier with Matt and Andy!

Falcons, sign up now for the July Club Shop Brew Session as Board Members Matt and Andy lead the crew in brewing a Belgian Witbier, your ultimate warm-fermenting, cool-drinking summer brew, on Sunday, July 31! 

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