Our May meeting will be focused on our recent club single hop IPA experiment. We also hope to sample a bunch of BHC medal winning beers.
The meeting will be held on Friday, May 25th, 8:00 PM at the Belmont Craft Beer Cellar’s new Beercierge space. The meeting space is a few doors up from the CBC store and accessible only from a door opening to the parking lot behind CBC. The door is in the same building as Belmont Books, located to the left of Foodies Market. See Picture of door:
The door will have a Worts sign on it during the meeting. Please park in pay spots which are free after 7 (the unmetered spaces closest to the building are reserved for building business clientele). Belmont Center is accessible via the Commuter Rail’s Fitchburg line from the Porter Square or North Station T stops or via the 74 or 75 Bus out of Harvard Square.
Congratulations to all the participants and winners at BHC 2018!
Wort members Maurice Dalton and Matt Border, provided the one two punch at BoS with Colorado brewer Brett Smith riding his fruit beer all the way to third place!
For full results goto http://bhc.wort.org
22nd Annual Boston Homebrew Competition
Registrations accepted 02/12/2017 at 12:00 AM, EST through 05/01/2017 at 5:00 PM, EDT.
This year sorting day is being hosted by Lord Hobo Brewery. We generally pick up the entries for sorting the morning of sorting day and then transport them to the sorting location to do the job. This means we need volunteers for picking up entries from the drop off locations that morning and bringing them to Lord Hobo in Woburn, and volunteers to assist those folks with sorting the entries at the brewery.
Sign up for these activities on the form. It has each of our drop off locations listed, and the time that the drop off location opens the morning of April 30.
What’s great about sorting day? The primary advantage, for those of you who have already entered and paid for your entries, is that you can wait until sorting day to bring your beers, which means you get an extra week of dry hopping and conditioning before final packaging! To re-iterate a key phrase in that sentence: “already entered and paid for”.