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Hi everyone. Here’s a friendly reminder that the Yeastside Homebrewers meeting for July will be this Saturday the 11th at 38 Degrees Ale House and Grill, located at 100 W Main Street in Alhambra, CA 91801. The meeting will begin at 2pm and go until 6pm. The style of the month is “any wheat ale”, so bring ‘em if you’ve got ‘em, but as this is a commercial establishment, please limit homebrew to one or two bottles. They have an extensive tap list and good eats, so come hungry and thirsty. Parking is limited in the small lot out back (and only 2hrs for free), but there’s a large parking structure about a block and a half away, south of Main St on South 1st street – parking there is free for 4 hours.
We look forward to seeing all of you there!
NHC 2015 IS IN THE BOOKS
The AHA’s National Homebrewer’s Conference for 2015 has now come and gone. I’m certain that fun was had by all. Thanks to all 13 Yeastsiders who made the trek to San Diego and supported our club during the Social Pour and Club Night. Congratulations go to our very own Luis, Gayle, and Nathan of Angry Horse Brewing for their Hooligan English IPA’s runner-Up win in the Homebrew Label Awards competition! If you haven’t already seen the pictures from the convention, go to the Yeastside facebook page and check them out.
LA BEER WEEK IS ON – JUNE 20TH TO JUNE 28TH
If you missed the LA Beer Week Kickoff Festival this past weekend, well, you really missed out. It was a great time with some amazing people and beers! Despair not, thirsty ones, there are still plenty of events scheduled. Here are a few picks; for more, go to labeerweek.dola.com
• Pink Boots Society Takeover – June 22nd 4pm-9pm at Three Weavers Brewing Company
The women of Pink Boots Society Los Angeles are taking over Three Weavers Brewing Company! Well, for a few hours, that is. The event will celebrate women in the beer industry with a stellar lineup of guest brews hand-selected by Pink Boots LA Chapter Lead & Three Weavers Brewmaster Alexandra Nowell. For ticket info go to eventbrite.com/e/pink-boots-takeover-of-three-weavers-tickets-17415386891
• Eagle Rock Brewery’s Battle of the Bands – June 23rd 6pm-11pm at The Echoplex
Join us at the Echoplex to watch the crews from some of your favorite SoCal breweries rockin’ out as you enjoy beers brewed by these very multi-talented people. Which brewery band will reign supreme in this year’s competition? You’ll be the ones to decide! For ticket info go to labeerweek.dola.com/events/2015/6/23/eagle-rock-brewery-s-battle-of-the-bands
• So, You Think You Want to Open Brewery? – June 24th 7:00PM at Golden Road Brewery
Join Yeastside members Angry Horse Brewing & Transplants Brewing Company and others as they discuss their experiences with starting a brewery, share their war stories, talk about their beers, and answer the questions that inquiring potential brewers have. Tomm Carroll from Celebrator Beer News will moderate. The event is free and beers from the breweries represented will be available for purchase. Look for what we expect to be a crowd favorite from the Transplants called Apricot Basil Exposition brewed in collaboration with Kinetic Brewing! For more info go to labeerweek.dola.com/events/2015/6/24/so-you-think-you-want-to-open-a-brewery-vol-iv
• Ballast Point Full Tap Takeover – June 27th 12pm at Blue Palms Brewhouse
4 different Victory At Seas, 7 different Sculpins, a rare cask, and 14 more awesome Ballast Point beers will be on at Blue Palms’ grand finale event for 2015’s LA Beer Week. Epic. For more info, go to facebook.com/events/1469561583335195/
NEXT YEASTSIDE BREWERS CLUB MEETING
Our next club meeting will be on Saturday, July 11th from 2pm-6pm at 38 Degrees Ale House & Grill in Alhambra. As this is a commercial establishment, please limit homebrew to one or two bottles. They have an extensive tap list and good eats, so come hungry and thirsty.