HOMEBREW: Learn How to Homebrew Day!

Learn How to Homebrew Day in Cornwall!
beers and Home brewing are growing in popularity in Ontario, which is
why the Cornwall HomeBrew Club is hosting an American Homebrewers
Association (AHA) Learn to Homebrew Day event Saturday, November 2nd at
Schnitzels on Pitt Street.

Organized by the AHA, Learn to Homebrew Day is an international event
held on the first Saturday of November. Since 1999, thousands of home
brewers have gathered each year to teach friends and family the basics
of the home brewing hobby.

The Cornwall HomeBrew Club is
calling on all beer enthusiasts or hobbyists with an interest in home
brewing, or those who just enjoy beer talk and good food, to stop by
Schnitzels from 11:30am to 4:30pm Saturday, November 2nd to join the
fun! The event is planned for the patio however if it does rain we will
move inside.

Two special guests will be joining us that day:
Mario Bourgeois from Cassel Brewery and Ron Brennan from Old 4th Hop
Farm. The demonstration will cover two different types of home brewing

The Cornwall HomeBrew Club is a fledgling
organization just getting off the ground and this is our first official
event. Those interested in joining the club can find us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/497890490305198/

“If you’ve ever had an interest in homebrewing, Learn to Homebrew Day
is the ideal way to get started. Brewing a batch with an expert is a
great way to get started, which is why this event connects aspiring home
brewers with experienced ones for a hands-on education,” said Ryan
Chaytor, founder of the Cornwall HomeBrew Club."

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