Learn to Homebrew Day Offers Demos Around Puget Sound This Saturday

November 3rd, 2015 · 2 Comments · Homebrewing

ahaIf you are interested in learning how to homebrew, but you don’t know where to start, Learn to Homebrew Day is a great opportunity to learn about the hobby. This Saturday, November 7, homebrewers across the country will unite for AHA Learn to Homebrew Day. Learn to Homebrew Day was established in 1999 in order to expose non-brewers to the wonders of creating your own beer. Last year, there were 317 registered events for the day with 5,595 participants in 47 states and 4 countries.

You can search the event database to find out where you can stop by an event near you. There currently look to be eight registered events in the Puget Sound area, but more events may be registered by the end of the week.

Here are details for the events that are listed so far:

The Cellar Homebrew (Seattle): “The Cellar Homebrew will be having a brewing demonstration and will also be making wine. Drop by and feel free to ask questions about ANYTHING: beer, wine, mead, cider, cheese, sake, distillate, essential oil and kombucha!”

Mountain Homebrew & Wine Supply (Kirkland): “Please Join us for Learn to Homebrew Day! There will be Brewing Demonstrations. The team from PicoBrew will be here demonstrating the PicoBrew Zymatic and answering your questions.”

Micro Homebrew (Kenmore): “The American Homebrewers Association National Learn to Homebrew Day. We will have a number of brewers set up and brewing all kinds of batches. Extract, partial mash, brew in a bag, all grain, if you want to see how it works, stop by, take a look and ask questions!”

Brewhouse Provisions (Redmond): “Interested in learning to brew? Already brewing and looking to step up your game? We’ll be brewing and answering questions all day.”

Whidbey Island Homebrew Supply (Oak Harbor): “Come on out and learn to homebrew with us! Last year we had 7 brewers using their own equipment , brewing all day, and we hope to top that this year!! Hot Rock Pizza will be here with their hot oven on wheels, serving yummy brick fired pizza.”

Renton Area Homebrewers Club (Renton): “Interested newbies can get a hands on experience brewing a five gallon batch of “Heidi’s Wheat” at the RAH world headquarters.”

North Tacoma Brews (Tacoma): “Starting at 11:00AM I will be brewing two versions of a Märzen and welcome anyone who would like to learn more about home-brewing. As with every respectable brew day, pizza and beer will be on hand and a good time will be had. If you are interested, please drop me an RSVP.”

Brew Day Morning in Everett (Everett): “Call or email me if you want to learn brew in Everett.”

Those last two pretty much look like individuals offering to host a personalized brew session at their house. Pretty awesome of them, really.


2 Comments so far ↓

  • Tony Ochsner

    Thanks for posting this so people can find a great homebrew event near them. One quick correction, Micro Homebrew is located in Kenmore, not Everett.
    Please join us if you are in the Kenmore / Bothell area.

  • Kaiser

    Thanks, Tony. Fixed!

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