LA Homebrew to host Learn to Homebrew Day on November 7th

4 Nov

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Learn to Homebrew Day (LTHD) was established by the American Homebrewers Association (AHA) in 1999 to encourage homebrewers to introduce their non-brewer friends and family to the most rewarding hobby, obsession and lifestyle since the beginning of time!

Through beer making, demonstrations, tastings and other educational efforts, LTHD events around the world are spreading the joy of homebrewing far and wide, so don’t miss out!

LA Homebrew will be hosting an event from 9:00am until 4:00pm on Saturday, November 7th to celebrate the occasion and to draw new homebrewers into the hobby.

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They will have beer brewing demos for first time homebrewers and they will be brewing a 10 gallon batch of beer. Local homebrewers will be there making beer and there should be at least one professional brewer on premise. The event is free and takes place from 9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m at the shop. Additionally, they will be launching the Biere Noire kit, their collaboration with Karlos Knott at Bayou Teche, as well as their 1 gallon kits.

They will also have free food (smoked pork shoulder and chicken) as well as tailgating games, and college football games on the flat screen TVs to get you ready for the big LSU-Alabama game later that night.

The international event is sponsored by the American Homebrewers Association. They will also have sales going on for anybody new to homebrewing and anybody who brings in a friend new to brewing will get a free pint glass. Their goal is to have anybody interested in homebrewing to be able to brew a beer by the time they leave the shop.

“Join us as we celebrate Learn to Homebrew Beer day with free food, beer brewing demos, tailgate games, food, football and special sales. Bring your pots and burners to brew with us. We’ll be open early so you can brew, play, and drink and still make it home for the game!”

Let LA Homebrew know you’re coming with an RSVP to their Facebook event page.

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