Upcoming meetings and events
Check the calendar for a variety of upcoming meetings, bottle shares, events, and more. We aim to make the calendar a comprehensive list of meeting and events organized by and for the greater NYC homebrewing community. If your club, shop, or organization is hosting an event you’d like to add, ask your Brewnity representative to add it to the calendar, or contact us to ask how you can help maintain the calendar.
Sunday, May 17, 1pm–4pm
Sixth Street Community Center
638 E 6th Street between Aves B & C
$25 in advance, $30 at the door
All event proceeds will be donated to the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City to aid those affected by the East Village explosion.
Tickets on sale now at: sudsinsolidarity.brownpapertickets.com.
Your donation grants you entry to the event and a plastic cup for free homebrew samples.
Event is indoors, rain or shine, and will expand outdoors if weather permits.
Also join the after party—a single building East 7th Street pub crawl at Jimmy’s No. 43, Burp Castle, and Standings, lovingly known in the beer community as the “Brewmuda Triangle.”
For more information, please visit brewnity.com
Brewers donating 5 or more gallons of beer may request complimentary admission. Brewers must sign up in advance. Complimentary admission will be limited to a maximum of 18-20 brewers. Interested brewers should sign up no later than 10am, April 23. Complimentary tickets will be distributed evenly between clubs and stores, which will be notified of their allowance by April 25.
Volunteers are needed to help with light work in half hour shifts on the day of the event. Volunteering guarantees the warm and fuzzy feeling of being a good person helping a worthy cause. Volunteers will also receive a complimentary Brewnity branded glass. One-hour and longer shifts are available for those seeking additional self-satisfaction. Interested volunteers should obtain a ticket and email Shannon Bowser (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Jon Luton (email@example.com) for details and to schedule a time.
Donate to raffles and affected East Village Craft Beer Bars
Jimmy’s No. 43, Burp Castle, and Standings have long been a hub of NYC homebrewing and were closed for two weeks following the explosion. We hope to collect donations from homebrewers to buy gift certificates to those bars and to then include those certificates in the Suds in Solidary raffle. Money raised for the purchase of the gift certificates will support the bars, and all raffle ticket proceeds will be donated to the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City; East Village Building Collapse fund. If you’d like to contribute toward the purchase of these gift certificates, please contact Alex Kalaf (firstname.lastname@example.org).
February 22nd, 2015, 1pm-5pm
Local NYC homebrew clubs and stores will represent themselves under one roof to benefit City Harvest. Celebrating the thriving local homebrew scene, the event has invited all local clubs and stores to participate by sharing knowledge and samples of their wares. Find your local club and meeting time, meet the members, and taste love in a glass! 100% of proceeds from this event will be contributed to City Harvest. City Harvest exists to end hunger in communities throughout New York City. They do this through food rescue and distribution, education, and other practical, innovative solutions. Find out more at http://www.cityharvest.org/
And as the Bell House is a fantastic live performance venue, the event intends to feature a makeshift band comprised of musican homebrewers to play a set or few of classic and original tunes.
Tickets provide entry to the 4 hour event and a plastic cup for samples. Starting at $25, the varying prices reflect how much is donated to City Harvest on your behalf.
Kegs for Kluckers
Monday, July 14, 7:30–10:30pm
Brooklyn Brewery, North 11th Street, Williamsburg Brooklyn