We announced the winners of the summer competition at last night’s meeting at the West Thebby Social Club. Congratulations to all place-getters, and in particular to James Edwards, who took out the major prize.
Full results are available on the competition portal at https://comps.sabrew.com
All scoresheets are also available for download from the portal. After logging in, go to your account, select Entries and then click the little gavel symbol on the right of the entry listing. Please email email@example.com if you have any issues with this.
We’ll be looking to have our first of several ANHC planning meetings from 5-6pm on Sunday 25th February just after the Hawkers Beer event at the Wheaty lead by Gary Waters.
At this stage there are no formal plans for the meeting. We are looking to guage interest in those wanting to join in for ANHC planning and get some discussion going around the travel plans and event going forward. This is going to be a massive event later in the year for SABC, don’t miss your chance to get involved.
Grain bulk buy announcement:
Due to a slow pick up on the Gladfields grain buy, the closing date will be extended to COB Friday 2nd March.
SABC Club members can purchase grain from the SABC shop on a first come first served basis at https://shop.sabrew.com/
Non club members on the SABC Facebook group may participate if a minimum of 40 Sacks (1 pallet) is not achieved by Club members alone. If you are not an SABC Club member, register your interest to purchase by emailing the club at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please jump on board and support the buy
Get set for one of the most eagerly awaited meetings of the year on 21st February from 7pm at the West Thebby Social Club.
The meeting will feature a yeast master-class from Tomaso and Federico from Atomic Yeast. A word from Federico about the meeting:
“Brewing yeast: the science behind the art of beer”. Not a divine intervention gave man beer: chemistry and biology orchestrate the production of this delicious beverage. Yeast, a little single cell organism, plays a fundamental role and therefore it has been domesticated for its ability to produce different flavour and aroma. Since the discovery of yeast in the late 1860’s by Louis Pasteur we have been studying it, but, in 2018 we are still far from unveil all its mysteries. Here a short summary of what we learned along the way”
Summer Comp results announced: It’s the news you’ve been waiting for! All will be revealed and place getters announced, be there!
Meeting tastings will be kept to a maximum of 2, due to the presentation, please email the Club if you intend to bring a beer along. Only brewers that have confirmed their tastings will be accepted.
See you at the West Thebby!