American Homebrewers Association (AHA) Rally at Saint Arnold (2/18/18)

AHARaley1The Grain Cellar, Humble TX’s premiere Homebrew Store attended the AHA Rally yesterday (2/18) at Saint Arnold Brewery.  There looked to be about 150 Homebrewers in attendance!  TGC had a table there and I setup a contest.  The idea was for people to guess the type of “Whole Leaf” hops was in a Pint glass.  If guessed correctly they would win a prize.  The first winner was Ryan Davis who happens to be a new Homebrew Customer of mine.  He Guessed Herdsbrucker hops right off the top, first guess and won a double insulated 64oz Growler.  This left me scrambling for other things for people to win.  I had some handmade tap handles and some cool bottle openers that three others won that day.  Last year I had Ahtanum hops and no one guessed it.  Guess I will have to choose wiser next time.

Anyhow, Saint Arnold Beer flowed from the taps and if you had a SA glass you got a full pour otherwise it was about a 10oz pour.  There were other homebrew stores there and I mingled with them briefly.  At the end of the rally they had a raffle and anything I did not give away in the TGC competition, I gave to the raffle.

I was glad to see the Rogue Homebrew Club was there in force, and I introduced the Rogue Brewers President to quite a few of the other Homebrew clubs in the Houston Area.  They talked about cross club competitions which I felt was a great idea!  I have contemplated having a competition here at the store.  I will have to look into this to see what it would take.

Anyhow, Just thought I would give a small glimpse of what happens at the rallies. Hope to see you at the next one!

If you have any questions about homebrewing or would like more information please leave me a comment below, and I will help in any way I can. You can also stop in for a homebrew at The Grain Cellar. We offer free homebrew classes in Humble, TX!

Cheers

Preston

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