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February Virtual Meeting

We have another great brewery on tap this month! Brewyard Beer Company out in Glendale has a amazing beer deal this month for club members and owners Sherwin and Kirk will be jumping in on the meeting to talk about their story. They have been fighting that good fight in delivering delicious although less "common" lager styles to the LA area for a little over 5 years now. Be sure to pick some beer up and show your support!

January 2021 Virtual Meeting

Welcome back everyone! We are stil in virtual meeting status and will remain until further notice. 

This month we have a deal with  Tortugo Brewing be sure to head on over to the brewery in Inglewood and show your support! Joeseph Kovach (brewer/owner) will be jumping on to chat with us. 

We have a few club announcments and some order of business so be sure to joing us for our first meeting of the year!

Competition Season 2021

Happy New Year fellow homebrewers!

With the start of a new calendar year comes competition season! Great news coming from the AHA the National Homebrew Competition returns for 2021 for importand dates and general info head over to the official website . The Maltose Falcons will also be hosting their annual Doug King Memorial Competition with details and registraion happening very soon. For a list of AHA/BJCP sanctioned competitions click here

December Virtual Meeting

This months meeting is a end of the year educational treat on "demystify active dry yeast" presented by Hugo Picard. Hugo is the Technical Sales Manager for Fermentis and he will be talking to us about thier production process, quality specifications and dry yeast uses in the brewery.  You need to register ahead of time and is limited to SCC members ONLY... so check you emails for links and details! 

La Chela Libre

Socal Cerverceros Inaugural Quarterly Member Newsletter has come to life! Big thanks to our club historian Jackie Cornejo for putting this together!

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November lunch and learn November 8th

Bonus member content!!!   

 This month is going to be a presentation from Lars Garshol author of Historical Brewing Techniques. He will be speaking about "Oven Baked Beers" starting at 12pm on November 8th  be sure to tune in and be ready to expand your brewing skills!    Check out his blog https://www.garshol.priv.no/blog/

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Home brewing


Our monthly spotlight article showcasing our members and what they are up to




Beer of the month


Enegren Brewing 


“Dunkel” is a Munich style dark lager brewed by Enegren Brewing Company located in Moorpark, CA. I was eager to try it since, well, Enegren is easily a favorite for any German style lagers in SoCal, but also because I hadn’t had much of this kind of lager. It was a hit for me at first sip. The malt is immediately at the forefront with pronounced bread and biscuit notes. Combined with a dry, crispy finish and coming in at 5.5%, it was hard not to just chug this one. Very nice head retention, And the clarity !! There is nothing aggressive about it and I think that is what is the most appealing part for my taste. This beer represents all of my favorite beer characteristics in one so I’ll definitely be back for more, hopefully before the season of dark lagers passes. Cheers!”

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Ash Eliot

Tony Nunez

Dr G

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Jose Franco