This is the official website of the ALEiens Homebrew Club serving Philadelphia and its suburbs, Bucks County, Montgomery County, and Central New Jersey.
The ALEiens are dedicated to exchanging out-of-this-world home brewing information and brewing techniques.
Established in May 2008, the ALEiens meet monthly at The Hulmeville Inn. We have just over 65 paying members and see around 35-45 members at each meeting. Though, our most popular member is Zymie. If you haven't met our ALEien Zymie, you're missing out!
Not a member? No problem! Stop in to any meeting, check us out, and if you like it, come back again and become a member.
Tuesday, 4/25/2017, 7:30pm
@ Hulmeville Inn
Iron Brewer, Round 2
We’ll be judging Round 2 (Donut Beer) entries. If you are participating, bring in a 6-pack of your beer and check in with someone from the club so we can tag your bottles. The club will vote for the best in each of the 3 categories, so sit at any table, but you may not judge in the same category that you entered.
If you were not at the March meeting, a reminder that $25 annual dues are now payable.
ALEiens Homebrew Club Facebook GROUP. Open group, click to join, a more organized way to share information and ideas on Facebook. Dues are $25 a year (March). *The "MEMBER" on your profile picture means you are a paid member.*
Contact the Club Officers at: ALEiensHBC@yahoo.com
5/20/2017: BUZZ OFF (entry drop off 4/20-5/6)
...and more... https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/aha-events/calendar/
6/15-6/17/2017: National Homebrew Con in Minneapolis
7/15/2017: Hop N Mad Hatters Beer N Brat Fest
7/22/2017: Club Barrel Brew Day @ Keystone
MORE EVENTS & FESTS:
6/17/2017: Pennsbury Manor Brews & Bites
6/24/2017: Battleship NJ Beer Festival
6/24/2017: Philly Zoo Summer Ale Fest
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