Visit http://jcbc2019.bpt.me for your tickets
The trip this year is Saturday March 2nd and we are heading down the shore to visit:
- Bradley Brew Project
- Dark City Brewing
- Asbury Park Brewery
- Carton Brewing
Your ticket includes the bus fare, a tour at each brewery, and non-alcoholic drinks for the bus ride. This year your ticket also includes pizza at Asbury Park Brewing! We will also have some free beer as always, and movies on the bus.
Tickets are now open to the public, so please tell your friends and help us fill up the bus!
A reminder that as usual, we are not having our regularly scheduled meeting in December. Instead, we hope to see you all at a party!
When: Saturday, 12/15 @ 6PM
Where: Kyle & Sarah’s House, by Summit Ave & Vroom St, Jersey City (a few blocks from the Journal Square PATH)
Email email@example.com for the exact address, or check the Facebook Event page
There will be several kegs on tap, but feel free to bring some food and drink of your own – especially homebrew!
October’s meeting will be at our usual time and place – 7:30PM at Atlas Public House in the back room. This month our meeting’s theme is chili peppers! During last month’s meeting we discovered that several members are growing chili peppers and making hot sauces and other fun things. If you have some hot sauce, chili paste, or other fun spicy stuff you’ve made, please bring some to share at this month’s meeting!
This month’s Brewer’s Duel is a Peach Saison, and we’ll be trying out a new judging sheet which intends to give better feedback to the brewers.
Finally, the Sunday after our meeting (10/21 @ 2pm) the club will be hosting a Hop and Malt Tasting. This will be a great sensory training experiment and recipe formulation learning experience. We are going to dry hop lager with different hops and compare the aroma and flavor profiles. We’ll also steep different base and specialty malts and see what flavor profiles different malts add to a beer.
This event will be hosted at Nick’s house in Bayonne, on West 36th St. For the exact address, please check the Facebook invite or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This month’s meeting will be at our usual time and place – Atlas Pub at 7:30PM. We do not have a brewer’s duel to judge this month, but will be doing our usual sharing and sampling. We’ll also discuss a new scoring system for our monthly challenges and plan upcoming events, such as our Spring Brewery Bus Trip and a hop & malt tasting educational event on October 14th.
Our guest speaker this month is John Holl – editor of Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine, and author of The American Craft Beer Cookbook, and co-host of the Steal This Beer podcast.
Click Here for our Itinerary
We’re going to have a casual walkabout to a few breweries in Brooklyn on what’s hopefully a sunny day. Feel free to invite friends and especially other homebrewers.
There’s no cost, beyond whatever you want to eat and drink. We’re meeting around noon at Threes Brewing which is by the Union St subway station. We’ll leave Threes at around 1:30PM so just aim to get there with enough time to enjoy a beer.
Strong Rope Brewery
Other Half Brewing
Spots we maybe will hit up depending on how people feel:
Van Brunt Stillhouse (Distillery)
Discuss the event on Facebook, or visit our new Slack channel
We’ve got a jam packed meeting for you guys this month! Come join us at Atlas Public House for a chat on sanitizing/ sterilizing best practices with Brant from Departed Soles.
Stay for a Show and Tell – bring anything interesting or cool related to home brewing to show off to the group. Something you made, something you found, something you bought. Plus we’ll have our New England IPA brewers duel.
And lastly, we’ll be doing a bit more planning for our September Walking Tour, as well as some more casual events over the summer. Hope to see you there!
Hey everyone, if you’re interested in hosting for our club’s Walking Tour please email us at email@example.com. We are looking to schedule this for early or mid September. If you have not participated before, we usually have two groups of 20 people and visit four locations. You should be in Jersey City, Hoboken, or Bayonne and be accessible by public transportation preferably. It’s a nice day of walking, drinking, talking, and (hopefully) sunny weather.
The club provides snacks, cups, ice, and can provide additional beer if needed. It’s a fun way to show off your brewing setup and your beers on tap, and it’s a great fundraiser for the club.
We actually ended up with 102 hops, because we are bad at counting. Bottling day will be Thursday May 10th, at Craig’s house (if you came to brew day, it is the same location), by the intersection of 1st St and Madison Ave in Hoboken. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or check out the facebook group.
As a reminder, if you helped out on brew day, you will get a bottle to take home, and if you help out on bottling day you’ll get another bottle to take home. The rest of the bottles will be distributed or shared at another time.
This month’s meeting is at our regularly scheduled time and place (Atlas Pub at 7:30PM), but we are also having our annual elections. The club will be buying some platters of food as a thank you to everyone that shows up to vote.
You do not need to be a dues-paying member to attend the meeting.
We will also be judging the Brewer’s Duel using hot pepper.
Its that time again, time for another group brew!
Sunday, April 15th, 2018 @ 2PM
Hoboken, by Madison St & 1st St
This time around we will be doing a special brew day with 100 different types of hops! Those who come to the brew are each designated one bottle once its all done and of course pick through some interesting hops that remain to take home; those who come to bottling day will also be designated one bottle. What will this taste like? Only one way to find out!
Group Brew at Craig’s house (please RSVP on facebook for address details) or email email@example.com. We will send out the address Saturday night.
Here’s our recipe:
23 lbs Maris Otter
2 lbs Caramel 20L
1.071 OG ~ 8% abv
75 IBUs (hop additions will have to be tweaked a bit depending on exact AA% of each hop
Safale US-05 yeast
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