Bring your questions and answers to Ask an Aler! Also, a Club Only Competition for Wheat and Rye beers.
Green food - we will have left overs from the Campout
Where: BC3 (Boulder Center for Conscious Community)
Address: 1637 28th Street, Boulder, CO
Our meetings are held in the space upstairs
BC3 is in the same strip mall area as Qdoba, Wild Bird store
The monthly meeting that will be held at The BC3 like normal.
We will be having Colin Clark talk to us about his hydroponic hop farm that he runs with his wife up in Fort Collins. The style of the month will be Pilsners.
Come one Come all to drink some beer and listen to our very own Dan Rabin talk about his new book. http://coloradobreweriesbook.com/
"Dan Rabin is an award-winning beer and travel journalist from Boulder, Colorado. He pens the Rocky Mountain column for Celebrator Beer News and has contributed to several beer publications, including Ale Street News, Beer Connoisseur, Draft Magazine, The New Brewer, and Zymurgy. He is coauthor of the Dictionary of Beer and Brewing and contributor to the Oxford Companion to Beer. His travel stories have appeared in newspapers nationwide.
Come join us next Tuesday at Upslope's newer location. Unfortunately we will not have a firkin on tap like I talked about before. But we will still have beer and please bring anything you want to share. We will be having vegetarian and meat chili and fixins. Patrick Dawson will be talking about his new book titled "Vintage Beer" about how to make big beers to lay down in your cellar.
1898 S. Flatiron Court Boulder, CO 80301
We will once again be back at BC3 this month. Meeting starts at the normal time of 7:00 O Clock.
We will be having Duncan Bryant from the American Homebrewers Association talk to us about the Research and Development fund that the AHA has created. This is a fund that gives money to home brewers who want to run experiments or do other research related home brew stuff. So come with questions and / or ideas for him and us. It would be cool if a few Aler's wanted to do a project.
Greg Foley will also join us and talk to us about his DredHop Best of Show winning cream ale.