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Written by Michael Fry   
Wednesday, 16 April 2014 09:10

Welcome to the official website of the Tucson Homebrew Club. Guests of the site will find plenty of information here about the art and craft of homebrewing and also local and regional beer-oriented events. If you’re interested in brewing your own beer and live in the Tucson area, we’d like to extend an invitation to join us for a monthly club meeting and see what we’re all about. Our club is open to novices, experts, and anyone in between. Our primary goal is to promote the time-honored tradition of brewing beer and share and improve upon our member’s knowledge and appreciation of the brewer’s craft.


We meet the first Tuesday of every month at Dragoon Brewery 7PM - 9PM (Subjet to change - please see latest news for meeting locations). We'd love to have you join us.

Club members who are registered and logged in with the website will have access to additional information, functionality, and resources. Be on the lookout for new menus and new lots of new content. Anyone with questions can contact a webmaster or a club administrator by clicking here.

“They who drink beer will think beer.”    ~Washington Irving

Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 August 2016 10:25
October 2016 Meeting Info PDF Print E-mail
Written by Freddie Sanchez   
Tuesday, 04 October 2016 04:01
October Meeting Info

When: October 4, 7pm -10pm @ Dragoon Brewing 
Where: 1859 W Grant Rd #111, Tucson, AZ 85745
Topic: Cider Month - Jorge Aguilar presents intro to ciders with samples.

Food Truck: Cool Cajun Cafe 
Menu: Chicken and Sausage Jumbalaya, shrimp gumbo, red beans and rice, poboys

Born and Brewed
We had a booth and distributed homebrew materials. We had a raffle and raised $50 for Easter Seals Foundation. Overall, it was a good event, but we found some things we can do better next time.

Buffalo Brew Club Camp out
October 8-10th Roper Lake,

The Buffalo Club was camping out at Roper Lake State Park (http://www.azstateparks.com/parks/ROLA/index.html). One of the families that rented a cabin is well....moving to Germany (Pat and Michelle Fry)! So if you're not doing anything during Columbus Day weekend (October 8 - 10) their cabin is available. 

The cost is $145 ($70 a night plus reservation fee $5). Check-in will be 08 October (Saturday) and Check-out is 10 October (Monday). The Cabin is Coyote (Gila Loophttp://www.azstateparks.com/parks/ROLA/map.html) and it's shaping up to be a great time. Lots of Homebrew and BBQ...how can anything go wrong (famous last words....)? And trust me....it's not really camping...I mean, we're in cabins and all.

If you want to join in on the fun, please join us. We're on the Gila Loop and there are plenty of opening. 


November Teach a Friend to Homebrew Day
: Sentinel Peak.
When: November 5th
What: Live brewing demo with Girls Pint Out. There will be 3 rigs out there - 1 extract and 2 all grain. This is your chance to hang out bring a friend and show them the brewing process, all without having to clean your own stuff! Highly encourage you to attend and bring a friend to welcome them into the brewing world.

December - Holiday Party
Where: TBD
When: December 10th
This is our yearly holiday party where we get together for a pot-luck style event. We're still working out the details about a location, but this has always been a blast. Highly encourage everyone to attend, bring a dish to share, and some homebrew. We'll probably have an 8 tap jockey box setup again. More details to follow.