Anything I’m Fermenting

May 3, 2008

National HomeBrew Day!

Filed under: Uncategorized — iwouldntlivethere @ 3:11 pm

Heading up to Newmarket – a suburb’s suburb north of TO – to celebrate the Big Brew – the US National Homebrew Day with the Southern Ontario Brewers – or SOBs. Rather than actually try to do anything serious, like packing up my own set-up and demonstrating the wonders of Brew-In-A-Bag (BIAB) homebrewing, I am going to assist JJ with his brew. He’s preparing a batch for a homebrew competition – I believe this is now his 3rd round, so perhaps the top level. As he is generously letting me keep half the batch, I have no issues being his side-kick for the day.

Looking forward to meeting these SOBs – have had a chat with George Leet, who I guess is their leader. Most annoyingly, they have decided not to have a publicly accessible website or blog or anything, rather they have hidden themselves within Facebook: This of course means that non-Facebook members like me can only peripherally participate (I know what you are thinking: “Oh, get over it and join already!”, but my procrastination tendencies are bad enough without adding Facebook to the mix!).

Will post pics of the happenings.

1 Comment »

  1. […] — iwouldntlivethere @ 8:46 pm Tags: Beer, BIAB, Brew-In-A-Bag, Homebrewing As I said in the first post about National Homebrew day, my brewing method is based on the BIAB method described by ‘Thirsty Boy’ on the […]

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