OBX Home Brewers members enter national competition

By on March 5, 2019

George Berry demonstrates how easy it is to make home-brewed beer in your kitchen.

The OBX Home Brewers is an association dedicated to the art of making beer at home and has been recognized by the American Homebrewers Association since 2013.

Making beer in your home is fun, healthy, affordable and a great hobby without those nasty preservatives that commercial brewers put in their beers.

Fifteen active club members make all kinds of beers: light beers, dark beers, American beers, German beers, Belgian beers, English beers, Scottish beers, and many more.

They  also make Mead, similar to beer, but made with honey. they have beginners, intermediate and advanced beer makers in the club.

This year, the club has 28 beer entered into the AHA National Homebrew Competition this Spring, where the homebrews will be judged in 139 different categories.

If you are interested in learning to make beer in your home but are just unsure where to start, the OBX Home Brewers has established a Mentor Program.

If you contact them and let them know the town you live in, they will connect you to an OBX Brew Buddy, who will help you make your own first beer batch.

Contact George Berry, OBX Home Brewers Membership Coordinator, Cell: 703-473-0528, georgeatobx@gmail.com, and he will get you connected to an “OBX Brew Buddy”.

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