Friday, May 5, 2017

Celebrate & have some Homerbrew Day fun this weekend!

National Homebrew Day

There is definitely one thing home brewers love more than sampling the fruits of their own labors, which is sharing a pint of their brew with other beer-loving friends. Beer aficionados across the US will participate in a simultaneous toast at noon on May 6, which is National Homebrew Day.

You could raise a glass in your own home, but there are also some fun events happening around the country to celebrate the world of homebrew. National Homebrew Day is organized by the American Homebrewers Association (AHA), and you can check with the AHA to look for gatherings in your area.

Events can happen in a home or backyard, a brew shop, a local brewery – there are lots of possibilities and only one rule: all revelers should raise a glass together for a simultaneous toast at 12 p.m. CDT.

If you need inspiration for a fun celebration, the AHA has released 3 recipes on the National Homebrew Day page of its website. You can view all grain or extract recipes for Rushmore American IPABattre L’oie Saison, and Klang Freudenfest Oktoberfest Lager.

The AHA expects thousands of people to participate though hundreds of local bars, breweries, shops and home-brew clubs. National Homebrew Day pays homage to the 1 million+ home brewers in the U.S.

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