We’re one bee short for our September SABSOSA themed meeting. If you’ve won or placed, we’d love to hear from you.
We will also have space at the meeting for a general tasting and feedback session for at least one beer. If you’d like to bring a beer along please also let us know.
Club merchandise will be available to purchase on the night. We will have our new Club T-shirts, singlets and Hoodies available, but due to a delay in supply, unfortunately no caps at this meeting.
See you on Wednesday at the Wheaty!
We’re celebrating SABSOSA success at SABC next Wednesday 20th September at the Wheaty. Results are out soon, with prize giving at the Wheaty next Sunday 17th at 12h30 pm.
If you have a beer that has placed in SABSOSA, we’d love to hear from you to share some of your special brew at our Club meeting on the 20th.
Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org if you could present your beer at the meeting.
September is synonymous with our state championships SABSOSA. It’s a month that many home brewers in SA look forward to and work hard to prepare for, as they anxiously await the results of the comp.
At SABC, we will no doubt have a few high achievers in this year’s comp and this got us thinking.. Why not celebrate in this success and share in our knowledge for the greater good?
We’d like to invite category winners or place getters to have the opportunity to share some of their tasty brews with us on Wednesday 20th September at the Wheaty.
Do you have a beer that has placed that you’re particularly proud of? How has your recipe formulation evolved to produce a winning beer? What are some of the keys to your success? … and more importantly, care to share your recipe and do you have a few longnecks to spare??
Let us know by emailing the Club at email@example.com if you can participate in September’s meeting. We are hoping to get at least 3 participants.
Don’t be shy, this is your chance to show off!
Hoppy Monday brewers!
If you’re getting ready to head to the monthly SABC meeting at the Wheaty this Wednesday, DONT!!
Our regular slot for meetings has been moved to week after next, TUESDAY 29th August for a special guest presentation by managing director of BeerCo.com and all round beer geek enthusiast, Dermott Dowling. Dermott’s passion and enthusiasm for brewing is infectious, and he will be putting on a knowledgeable and interactive session which will feature:
- Gladfield Malt: How to spot great malt and get the most out of it when brewing.
- Hops: What is hot and what is not, rubbing and sniffing hops (sounds fantastic) and hop science 101
- Gigayeast: 101 tips for home brewers to get the most out of their yeast
Do not miss out on this meeting, it promises to be a ripper!
Thank you to everyone who made the effort to attend this year’s AGM yesterday. Please see below for links to the Treasurer’s report and President’s report.
It is with pleasure that I present the committee as elected at the AGM:
President: Clint Fisher
Vice President: Julien Gibson
Treasurer: Edward Shorne Holden
Secretary: Luke Moran
Competition Coordinator: Gary Waters
Publicity and Social Media Officer: Gus Kingston
IT Officer: Ben Till
Events Coordinator: Lachlan Johnson
Sponsorship Liaison Officer: Alex Kiddy
The new committee will be meeting shortly to begin planning out the the coming twelve months. Stay posted for announcements!
SABC Presidents Report 2016-17
Audited SABC Financial Statement FY1617
The AGM this year will be held this Saturday July 15th, starting at 12.00pm sharp, out the back at the Wheaty.
See this post for more details on the committee positions, and remember to renew your membership prior to the AGM to be eligible to vote.
See you there!
We are not far from holding this year’s AGM, at which all committee positions are declared vacant. To continue to thrive and offer good value to our members, the club relies on an active, motivated committee. If you have a bit of room in your life and think you have something to offer the club, then you are encouraged to nominate for a position. Please have a read of the linked document below to get an idea of what the various roles entail. The committee meets about six times a year on average (always involving beer and food!) with the remainder of discussion happening via email.
Whilst in the past we have run with the main officers’ roles and three or four general positions, this year we are moving to more defined roles for all committee members, with the aim to more evenly distribute the load across the committee.
If you would like to nominate for a position, please email the club to let us know. If you can’t make it to the AGM, and wish to stand for a position, that’s no problem at all.
Note that to vote at the AGM, you must be a financial member of the club. Our membership period coincides with the financial year, which means that renewals are due pretty much now. Please head over to the Join SABC page, where you can renew and pay via PayPal or bank transfer. The fees are unchanged from last year.
SABC Committee roles
June’s meeting is going to be all about sours!
Love them or hate them, we’re aiming to have a good range to taste and discuss. We’re not planning a formal presentation as such, but we would like to get a range of beers to taste, and to drive a discussion on the methods relevant to each style.
So if you have a sour (whether intentional or, ahem, otherwise) on tap or in the bottle, please let us know and bring it along. You will need about three long necks or equivalent, and ideally have your recipe and brew day notes.
Tonight’s meeting is in the dining room, which makes setting up a screen that everyone can see a little tricky, particularly if we have a good turnout. As such, please see the link below to download a pdf of the presentation, which you can view on your device during the talk, or print out. We will also have some printed copies available.
See you tonight!
Due to the Pint of Science sessions running in the back room at The Wheaty, this week’s meeting will be held in the dining room.
We have a few NEIPAs to try, with a presentation and a bit of discussion on this relatively new style. There will also be a raffle this month, with an unusual but interesting prize, so bring your spare change…
We will kick off somewhere between 7.00 and 7.30 pm. See you there!