Beer No Evil
Go Brew Yourself: Go Brew Yourself
June 16th-18th were some great warm Sunny San Diego Summer Days so we hopped on over to the American Homebrewing Association’s 33rd Annual National Homebrewing Conference for a cold one. The collaboration was tons of fun as homebrewers from around the country lived brewing. There was so many refreshing presentations, competitions, so there was no hesitation when I got invited.
3 Days of fun
20 Craft breweries in San Diego
28 Different beer styles judged in the competition
30 Different educational seminars
33rd Annual event
48 Breweries at Pro-Brewers Night; 48 clubs at Club Night
50 U.S. states represented in the National Homebrew Competition
700+ Kegs of homebrew
1,650 Brewers entered into the competition
1,900 Participants—nearly a 50 percent increase over 2010
6,996 Entries into the National Homebrew Competition
The policy discussed in the clip got passed: July 14th, 2011 “Unanimous vote by the Legislature to bring real regulatory relief to the micro-brew industry was great news for San Diego. Revolutionizing industries, like micro-brewing, will put keep us on the map as a world-renowned hub for science and innovation.” – Nathan Fletcher (via Facebook)
Details on the Deed
Grab a Refreshing Glass of How Can I Help? with “Beer No Evil”…
Let’s break down a beer as we see how green practices in brewing can lead to water and energy savings.
First hop on over to the American Homebrewing Association’s 33rd Annual National Homebrewing Conference for a cold one. The collaboration was tons of fun as homebrewers from around the country lived brewing. There was so many refreshing presentations, competitions, so there was no hesitation when How Can I Help? got invited to join in on the fun.
After that Catch the Local Buzz of San Diego’s Sensational Craft Beers from Stone Brewing Co. as we meet with Mitch Steele BrewMaster and Ken Wright Minister of Evangelism and Indoctrination to learn how Stone Brewing is Doing the right thing for the Environment.
Wait no lager as we work with the Quality Ale and Fermentation Fraternity (QUAFF) to learn how its clear that beer is here to stay so we need to find a way to make it sustainable.
Its going to be a wild ride with a taxi back as we “Beer No Evil” on How Can I Help? Originally set to air Friday July 29th at 6:00 PM.
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