We’re keeping Super Supper Club local and savory with neighbor, Empanada Kitchen.
Arrive around 6p for your tasting pints and we will have the food ready for you by 6:30p. Leisurely enjoy a self-guided pairing. George Thornton, Certified Cicerone, will then discuss our pairing choices.
3x Curated Home Brewing Co. Beers (totaling more than one pint)
3x Courses from the Medina Kitchen Menu *** Optional Vegetarian Pairing
Reserve Your Pairing Here.
Supper Clubs typically last anywhere from 45-70 minutes, and are a fun and casual way to enjoy some fantastic beer and food pairings with your friends.
Did someone say Green Glitter Beer?!
That’s right we did. Jacob is making dreams happen around here and Zana is “tapping” into her River Dance days and doing the Irish Jig in excitement. Will you be joining her? After a few Green Glitter Beers you will!
Another thing that makes us smile from ear to ear is our crew brews. Jared took one of his homebrew and with Jacob’s help, they are upping the ante!
A Dry Irish Stout with Coffee & Tea Collective and Oak Chips! And! At Jared’s request, we will be topping it with whipped cream. Because, it feels good to make magic happen and dreams come true. Looks like you could strike gold at Home Brewing Co.
We love to celebrate, just about anything…
…so you know we are going to celebrate women!
We’re hosting a Pink Boots Brew Day for anyone and everyone to see what’s behind the tap wall at Home Brewing Co.
Step in, participate, take pictures and ask all questions!
In the mean time, mingle, hang out and grab a beer or two with some awesome people. All in the spirit of women.
We hate standardized tests, but we love standardized zest.
This new lactose IPA with bursting citrus hop flavor pairs well with our good friend Jesse Johnson and not testing your knowledge.
Join us for this Friday for a dual beer release extravaganza and as we debut our new bar! It’s ART courtesy of Eddy Marshburn, friend and local woodworker.
Homebrew Competitions are a great way to receive feedback for improving your brewing techniques. The main function of a competition is to provide quality advice for making our favorite hobby all the more enjoyable.
What’s the Process Like?
Brewers sign up for each month using the links below, and drop off their beers in anonymous bottles. We review and score the beers based on brewing quality and style accuracy.
Who are the Judges?
Many of our crew are certified beer judges through the BJCP, and/or Certified Cicerones. When needed, we will also use certified judges from our fantastic homebrew community.
What Styles Can I Submit?
It depends on the month. We have a different theme each month. Click the link below for more details, and to sign up!
How Do I Compete?
Step 1. Complete a BJCP Bottle ID Form For Each Bottle – This is VERY important – we need to know what the beer is!
Step 2. Click the Competition Link(s) below to enter your beer and contact details.
2018 Homebrew Competition Lineup:
August: Session IPA vs American Pale Ale
September: Cal Common/Marzen/Festbier
October: Saison vs Trappist Single
November: Fall & Winter Specialty Beers
December: Stout vs Porter
Study Hall Edition:
Beer Exam Prep
This is a special edition of Trivia Night! It’s a fun and stress free way to review some beer facts right before a beer exam. We know that there is a certain exam right around the corner, so we thought it would be fun to review some of the material in a more light-hearted, stress free zone.
It’s all about having fun while we learn. So all levels of beer enthusiasts should come. You probably know more than you think, and it’s a good way to learn some cool facts about beer in a non-threatening, snob-free zone. It’s a great way to learn more about the beer certifications that are out there as well!
Join us for a monthly curated beer and cheese pairing featuring Home Brewing Co beers and select cheeses from Brothers Provisions.
Pre-purchase your pairing and arrive anytime between 6:00 and 8:00 to receive your beer and cheese flight.
Starting at 7:00 George will give a talk on food pairing principles and what makes a winning combination. Impress your friends and family! Woo your loved ones!
flight of four 4oz tasters and 4 cheeses
presentation on beer and food pairing
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Fine-Tuning and Creative Brewing Seminar
Want to eliminate the dreaded “homebrewed” taste from your brews? Learn from multi-award winning homebrewer Brian Trout how to fine tune and creatively modify your beers, meads and ciders. This seminar will focus on transforming your brewday by giving you the tools you need in the form of easy and often overlooked steps. This seminar will elevate your brews from average homebrews to superior craft brews.
There will be a hands-on portion of the seminar where you will be able to “dose” a base beer to practice some of the tips you’ll learn in the seminar.
This is the seminar Brian will be presenting at the 2016 National Homebrewers Conference in Baltimore. You won’t want to miss it!
Brian an active member of San Diego’s QUAFF homebrewing club, president of Queso Diego (cheese making club), a BJCP and mead judge, instructor of numerous homebrewing and cider workshops, and contributing author for BeerAdvocate and West Coaster magazines. Brian has earned numerous regional and national awards, including two best of show mead/cider and two Brewing Machine awards at America’s Finest City Homebrew Competition, MCAB gold, silver and bronze medals, and a silver medal at NHC 2015 in the Sour Ale category.
includes two 8oz pours from the tasting room taps
class length 1.5 hours
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Friends of Jefferson Elementary presents the first of what we hope will become an annual North Park tradition. 30 brewers will compete for the title of San Diego’s Best Home Brewer. Tickets include unlimited tastings of the home brews, as well as offerings from our five guest breweries–Mike Hess, Thorn Street, Monkey Paw, Home, and Fall.
In addition there will be chances to talk beer with local experts, play games with your friends, and compete for awesome prizes donated by nearby businesses. All proceeds go toward supporting educational and enrichment opportunities at Jefferson Elementary, North Park’s neighborhood public elementary school.