Events We’re Attending, Fall 2011

The NChomebrewing blog has now been up for over 2 months (time flies when you’re making homebrew)!  I have had the opportunity to meet and get to know a lot of our readers, as well as a lot of great beer industry folks, beer bloggers, and brewers in the area during this time.

But I know we have a lot of followers that I have not yet met in person.  We hope to host a few small events and get-togethers in the next few months, but until then, we wanted to let everyone know of some great events that we will be attending in the near future. I’ll be at our booth for all of these events, so please come up and introduce yourself and say hello.  I would love to put some faces with names as well as get some other brewers involved and contributing posts to the blog.

We’re thinking about hosting a “Learn to Homebrew” event for the American Homebrewers Association’s Learn to Homebrew Day on November 5th, so mark your calendars and keep your ears open for that event as well.  More details to come!

Also, if you’re ever brewing a batch of beer, I want to brew with you.  If you ever want honest feedback on your beer, I want to drink it.  And if you ever want to brew with me or taste my beer, let me know, as I love the company and feedback.  I am brewing the chocolate peanut butter porter in the afternoon of Sunday, 10/9, so if you are interested in brewing with us, contact me!

Events Where We Will Be Serving Home Brew

Brew Durham Festival
October 15, 2011
The Scrap Exchange, Durham
Tickets on sale NOW (get yours here)
Serving: Dry Irish Stout and German Kolsch

Homebrew for Hunger
November 12, 2011
West End Public, Chapel Hill
Tickets on sale soon (get yours here)
Serving: Chocolate Peanut Butter Porter and Winter Spiced Ale

Homebrew Humpday
November 16, 2011
Brewmasters Bar & Grill, Raleigh
FREE tasting (donate $3 for charity for a full pint)
Serving: Chocolate Peanut Butter Porter and Winter Spiced Ale

I look forward to seeing everyone at one or more of these upcoming events.  Again, just look for our logo and our trash can kegorator, which will be pouring great beer at all of these events!  Also, let me know if anyone would be interested if we put together an event for the Learn to Homebrew day.