If you missed the December meeting at Moon River then you missed a great one… and John Pinkerton in yoga pants holding Moon River’s own “Sparkle Britches” glitter beer. That last part I still want to forget, lol. We had an outstanding showing of members at the last meeting, 35 people! Which was great because… Read More »2018 December Newsletter
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Learn to Homebrew Day was established by the American Homebrewers Association (AHA) in 1999 to encourage homebrewers to introduce their non-brewer friends and family to the most rewarding hobby, obsession and lifestyle since the beginning of time! Come learn how to Homebrew with your local pros! Savannah Brewers League and Service Brewing Company will joined… Read More »Learn To Homebrew Day
The Savannah Brewers League needs club members to join the AHA To help generate extra revenue for Savannah Brewers League, we encourage club members to join the AHA (American Homebrewers Association) through your club’s custom membership referral page listed below: Join the AHA Savannah Brewers League will receive $5.00 from the AHA for every new… Read More »Are you a AHA member?
Lots of things can happen in 25 years, for the Savannah Brewers League (SBL), we have shared in good faith some of the long lost art of brewing science, we’ve celebrated new friends and the arrival of new businesses that share our same affection to brewing, and we even had some good batches and some bad… Read More »SBL 25th Anniversary
Register now at: http://domras.savannahbrewers.com. Registration window ends on 24 Jan 2018. Judging is on 3 Feb 2018. Savannah Homebrewers League is excited to host the 20th annual international Domras mead competition! More information can be found on the Domras registration site: http://domras.savannahbrewers.com
Setting Out Some Suds August 2011 article about Savannah Brewers League’s summer homebrew competition, Summer Suds in Savannah.
Savannah Brewers League organizes a class designed for those serious about learning beer styles, ingredients, and procedures in depth and how to critically evaluate beers. It is particularly geared toward those who plan to take the Beer Judge Certification Program (BJCP) exam. The classes will occur twice a month and last about 6 months. We will meet… Read More »Beer Judge Certificate Program (BJCP) Class 2013–2014