Middlesex Malters Homebrew Club

We are a homebrew club that supports homebrewers throughout central Connecticut. All who are interested (and 21 or older), whether you have no brewing experience at all and want to learn or are a seasoned homebrewer, are welcome to join. No dues are charged for membership and joining is as simple as clicking here and completing the short survey Some exciting plans for 2019 are being worked out and include regular monthly meetings, informational discussions, club brew-days, brewery tours, experimental brews, a Booth at HomeBrew Con (in Providence, RI this coming June) and more!  Please, give us any thoughts and ideas you have, including venue ideas.  The club meets (generally) on the 4th Friday of each month.

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Our next meeting will be Friday, January 25th from 7-9pm at Alvarium Beer Company in New Britain. Anyone interested in attending/joining the group should subscribe to the email group, or contact us.  This meeting will feature the style: "Open style".   We will begin the meeting with home brewed versions of the style of the month, some commercial versions and then open to all other styles for sharing and tasting.  As always, all are welcome, longtime brewers, beginners and those looking to get started.  Feel free to bring a friend.  Cheers!

Below is the current plan for 2019, though styles and locations are subject to change

January 25

Alvarium Beer Company - Anything

Discussion: Homebrew Con 2019 - Providence

February 22

Still Hill Brewery - Porter

Bee Cave Porter Coffee Experiment

Discussion: Commercial Calibration - Porter

March 22

Beer & Wine Makers Warehouse - Irish Stout

Discussion: Kettle Hacking

April 26

Brew and Wine Hobby - Amber Ale

Discussion: Water

May 24

Al's House - English Bitters

Discussion: Cleaning/Sanitizing

June 21 (early due Homebrew Con)

Bill's - NEIPA

Discussion: Commercial Calibration - NEIPA

July 26

Thad's House - Saison

Discussion: Chilling

August 23

Paul's House - Blonde Ale

Experiment: Fruited Blonde Ale

Discussion: Commercial Calibration - Blonde Ale

September 27

Eisbach Haus - DIPA

Experiment: Water in a DIPA

Discussion: Robo-brewing

October 25

Spoke + Spy Ciderworks - Cider

DIscussion: Apples

November 22

Mark's House - Sour

Experiment: Gruit

December 20 (early due the Christmas)

Shawn's - Bock

Holiday Celebration

And again, please bring any location suggestions for the Middletown/Central CT area. 

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  • August 2016 Meeting Recap Middlesex MaltersAugust 2016 Meeting RecapI didn’t make it to the August meeting, but Paul was gracious enough to give me some notes and pics.  Thanks, Paul!  Brian H was nice enough to host the August meeting and the style of the month was… IPA.  Looks like it was a good turnout despite being pretty far away from our typical venues.The style of the month was IPA and it looks like there were a good number of homebrewed versions.  Forgive me if I get any of this wrong as I’m mostly going by Paul M’s drunk notes.Looks like Jonathan brought his Traci’s Summer ale.Brian A served his Matrimony DIPA, which I thought ...
    Posted Sep 23, 2016, 8:34 AM by Chris Eisbach
  • July 2016 Meeting Recap Middlesex MaltersJuly 2016 Meeting RecapBetter late than never - sorry for the tardiness of the July meeting recap.  The Middlesex Malters July meeting was graciously held at member Bill’s home in Meriden.  Bill and Jim, in a sheer stroke of genius, decided they would combine a night brewing session along with the July meeting.  Unfortunately, the attention required of a brew somewhat took away from Bill and Jim’s enjoyment of the meeting.We had a fairly good turnout for a July meeting with Paul, Steve, Chris, Dave, Bill, Jim, Bryan, Joe, John, Brian, Jesse and Ryan’s guest Anna.  Our July style of the month was… Kolsch.  We had few homebrewed kolsch beers with Chris’ super-quick ...
    Posted Sep 23, 2016, 8:33 AM by Chris Eisbach
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