Awesome Homebrew Share at Pi Bar, congrats to winners of the Spiced Holiday Beer Comp!

Thanks to everyone from coming out and bringing great homebrew to share! We had a really great time at Pi Bar for this Share, as we always do! With no further ado, here are your SFHG Holiday Spiced Beer Comp winners:

1) Michael Stearns – Rudolph’s Sweet Ass Winter Stout

2) Alex Deacon – Sparge Blocker Belgian Christmas Ale

3) Jamie Simpson – Dark Mammatus Winter Ale

HM) Chris Sita – Indiscriminate Holiday Ale

HM) Kevin Inglin – Gingerbreadmint Holiday Ale

HM) Tim Ryan – Charles Francisco’s The Spice of Life

People’s Choice for Competition Beer)┬áChris Sita – Indiscriminate Holiday Ale

People’s Choice General Category) Jen Jordan – Jen’s Helles Bock

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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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