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, 7/30/2019, 7:30pm
@ Hulmeville Inn - BACK DECK!!!
TASTE OF BELGIUM!!!
Free Will Brewing will be speaking on how to brew belgian style beers.
There will be Free Will on tap as well as samples to taste (rumor is Biere de Garde, Saison, and sours).
They will review recipes, brewing techniques, and style attributes.
Chef Matt has created a menu and Beligan style fare will be available so come hungry!
Belgian Golden Strong steamed mussels
Choux au Craquelin
Belgian Fries with Gribiche sauce
Please reference the Bulk Buy page.
Summer Comp (Someone has to come up with a better name)
Please reference the Summer Comp page.
Regional Homebrew Competition Calendar
HOPS BOPS - Entries Due ~ 10/9/2019
SCH ABC - Entries Due ~ 10/27/2019
Monk Melee - Entries Due ~ 11/24/2019
War of the Worts - Entries Due ~ Feb 2020
AHA National Homebrew - Registration ~ Jan 2020
BRU Route Challenge - Entries Due ~ April 2020
Philly Homebrew Cup - Entries Due ~ May 2020
BUZZ Off - Entries Due ~ May 2020
Keystone Club Barrel Brew Day ~ July 2020
Malt Madness - Entries Due ~ July 2020
Join the ALEiens Homebrew Club Facebook GROUP. Dues are $25 a year (March).
Contact the Club Officers at: ALEiensHBC@yahoo.com
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Had the chance to visit a few places in Düsseldorf the other day - travelling with friends from the Braustelle in Cologne and hitting no less than 7 brewereies and/or brewpubs.
A short train ride up, and then we went to work at Alter Bahnhof, or "Gulasch", a recent addition on the other side of hte Rhein:…Continue
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