July 2017 meeting

This month we returned to Guelph’s East side for a meeting of True Grist homebrewers. Josh V was our gracious host. We moved through many samples and styles of beer – blondes, lagers, various wheat beers, a (delicious) dry hopped sour, IPAs, and more. We finally got to try Andrew A’s brown with homemade caraquinoa malt, after it had received much discussion and interest on our forum. Our fall events received further hyping and discussion – cider and hop bulk buys, and our soon to be officially announced internal “True Brewer” contest. Otherwise this was a return to our regular monthly meeting format (we forewent a June monthly meeting in favour of other True Grist events). Next month we hope to gather in Kitchener-Waterloo, and at this time are still looking for a host. Send an email to ac.ts1527476291irgeu1527476291rt@tn1527476291edise1527476291rp1527476291 if you’re willing to have us!

Not just #homebrew here's some #homemalt – quinoa to be exact

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And what would a #homebrew meeting without our awesome t-shirts – logo by @brfc

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Monthly #homebrew meeting underway. Plenty of tasty beer being tasted.

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About Justin Angevaare


Justin is the current True Grist Homebrew Club President. He has been homebrewing since 2010. During this time his brewery and brewing methodology have been in a constant state of research and revision - in no small part due to inspiration from other local homebrewers. When Justin is not homebrewing or involved in scheming the next True Grist event, he can be found at his computer writing software or manuscript drafts in efforts to complete his PhD in Statistics.

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