SFHG Homebrew Share at Pi Bar, Feb 17th from 12-3 pm


The SFHG is turning 1, come celebrate with us!

We launched the SFHG during SF Beer Week last year with a Homebrew Share at Pi Bar, one of SF’s premier craft beer purveyors. The SFHG did a ton over the last year, one thing that always rocked was the awesome crowd and amazing brews at each of the Homebrew Shares we’ve done at Pi Bar!

At this Homebrew Share we will announce the winners of the SFHG Winter Spiced Beer Competition (as chosen by a panel of six qualified judges, most BJCP ranked or Certified Cicerone). We’ll also be awarding the People’s Choice, everyone gets a vote, so definitely bring enough homebrew to share with everyone.

A measly $15 to Pi Bar gets you all the pizza and salad you can eat and covers them for opening during non-business hours just for our event. Have you had their pizza? This is a steal, my friends. I expect we’ll have a crowd, so get there at noon!

About SF Homebrewers Guild

What: The San Francisco Homebrewers Guild was established in 2012 to serve as an organizing force for the local homebrewer community. Our goal is to encourage the art and craft of homebrewing and to bring local brewers together. Join us for monthly events including homebrew shares, brew days, commercial and home brewery tours, meet-the-brewer parties, style classes by pro brewers, and so on. Who: You! Whether you have been brewing for many years or have barely unpacked your starter kit, the SFHG welcomes homebrewers of all levels to our events. Even the most experienced homebrewers can benefit from feedback about their creations! BYOH: Bring your own homebrew!
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