Thank You Reed Beverage for Hosting Our Meeting!
Our July meeting was a good one. For those of you who missed it we sampled beer, got a great tour of the facility and had a great learning experience. If you weren’t able to make it out we would love to see you at the next meeting in August.
Who: Doug and Theresa Price’s home
When: August 12th, 7pm
Where: 2550 S. 22nd St, 79605
BEER SUMMIT WILL BE ON SEPTEMBER 23RD!
NEW CLUB T-SHIRTS NOW AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER!
Our new club T’s are in so grab yours now. You can order them individually by following this link. A local company will be printing them off so the more orders we get the more money the club will make. All purchases need to be made by July 31st.
CLUB DONATIONS AND RAFFLES
The club collected $140 from the raffle at our July meeting. Thank you to everyone who bought tickets and a special thanks to those who donated items: Matt Johnson, Jeremie Sivley, David Kasselman, Brick & Forge Brew Works and Pappy Slokum!
WANT TO DONATE?
Our raffles are only possible because our great members donate items for the clubs benefit. If you would like to donate an item for any of our next raffles (equipment, ingredients, etc.) please let us know by sending a text to 325-513-6628.
TRIP TO RED GAP BREWING IN CISCO, NOON AUGUST 5TH!
Come check out a new brewery close to Abilene, Red Gap Brewing in Cisco. Gary Casey will be organizing a private tour for the club. Questions? Email Gary at email@example.com.
TOP 50 COMMERCIAL BEER CLONE RECIPES.
Behind every great brewery are skilled craft brewers. These men and women shed blood, sweat, and tears to bring their range of traditional and more experimental beers to our glasses. But what you might not know is many of these professional craft brewers had humble beginnings as homebrewers in their garages and backyards.
Since there are over 1.2 million Americans out there who brew beer at home, we reached out to craft brewers (and a few mead makers) all over the country to compile a list of commercial beer clone recipes.
Scanning this list, you’ll find a clone recipe from a craft brewery in every state that has been scaled down to 5-10 gallon batches, so you can enjoy making these commercial beer clone recipes at your home brewery.