Friday, October 21, 2011

Like Beer? Got Plans This Weekend?

Posted By on Fri, Oct 21, 2011 at 11:45 AM

Local firefighters will duke it out to see who makes the best homebrew at the second annual Homebrew Challenge at Thunder Canyon Brewery this Saturday.

The event works like this: You pay $25 at the door (or $20 in advance), which entitles you to tastes of tons of different beers. Everybody drinks their beer-loving buts off until the winner is selected, and that person gets to mass brew a batch of the winning beer at Thunder Canyon Brewery. The proceeds from the sales of that beer will then be donated to Northwest Firefighters Charities.

There will be food, too. While the event focuses on home-brewed beers, many breweries are sending beer and representatives. I'll post a list of the participating breweries after the jump.

Finley Beers
Golden Eagle Distributor
Barrio Brewery
Four Peaks Brewery
Oak Creek Brewery
Grand Canyon Brewery
San Tan Brewery
Sonoran Brewery
Alaskan Brewing Co.
Firestone Walker
Big Sky Brewing
New Belgium
Crown Imports
Ballast Point Brewing
Grand Canyon Brewing
Breckenridge Brewery
Left Hand Brewery
Ska Brewing
Blue Moon Brewing
Santa Fe Brewing Co.
Old Bisbee Brewery
Lumberyard Brewery

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