At Fig Mtn in Funk Zone Thursday, April 17th

I wanted to let you know about a special event we have on Thursday, April 17th in Figueroa Mountain Brewing Co’s Santa Barbara Taproom starting at 6pm. Ignacio “Nacho” Cervantes, Head Brewer of Pizza Port’s Ocean Beach brewery, will be brewing a collaboration beer with our Brewmaster, AJ, this week and on Thursday evening he’ll be pouring samples from Pizza Port. This Q&A with Nacho will be a fun event for local home brewers. I’m hoping you can spread the word with your club members or let me know how I can promote this event to them.

Our Santa Barbara Taproom is located at 137 Anacapa St, Suite F in the Funk Zone.

Cheers!

Kady Fleckenstein
Brand Director
Figueroa Mountain Brewing Co.

Lake Casitas Homebrew Fest In Danger (updated)!

I’m updating this with new info … see this link…

http://www1.calhomebrewers.org/Nestande_PR.pdf

and this facebook page gives some good info…

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Southern-California-Homebrewers-Festival/111893145491298

Their main website is…

http://www1.calhomebrewers.org/

-High Gravity Bob

“I once said cynically of a politician, ‘He’ll doublecross that bridge when he comes to it.’”
Oscar Levant

Baja…

“Some quality there is in the whole Gulf that trips a trigger of recognition so that in fantastic and exotic scenery one finds oneself nodding and saying inwardly, ‘Yes, I know.’ Trying to remember the Gulf is like trying to re-create a dream. This is by no means a sentimental thing, it has little to do with beauty or even conscious liking. But the Gulf does draw one, and we have talked to rich men who own boats, who can go where they will. Regularly they find themselves sucked into the Gulf. And since we have returned, there is always in the backs of our minds the positive drive to go back again. If it were lush and rich, one could understand the pull, but it is fierce and hostile and sullen. The stone mountains pile up to the sky and there is little fresh water. But we know we must go back if we live, and we don’t know why.”

—John Steinbeck, Log from the Sea of Cortez

Beer Camp Details

Updated: Friday, June 7th

RAFFLE: IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO VOLUNTEER TO BE RAFFLED, PLEASE BRING IT !!!

NEW T-SHIRTS: SHOULD BE READY FOR YOUR PURCHASE AT CAMP

Dates: Friday, June 7th (7 AM) to Sunday June 9th (11 AM)

Location: Mohawk Shores group area Lake Cachuma on Hwy 154 (tell them you’re with the Santa Barbeerians)

Coming for the Day Only?: People coming for day use only should pay $10 and not take one of the overnight parking passes if they are still available when you arrive.

Parking: $20/night/vehicle Barbeerian charge for first 22 vehicles, $28/night/vehicle overflow (will be reimbursed for extra $8) – carpool as much as possible

Carpooling: If you would like to carpool with someone, email me at gruenebergr@gmail.com and let me know when you’d like to arrive and return and how much stuff you have.

Other Costs: One time $10/person/weekend for increased expenses or as determined by the President

Food: Friday and Saturday dinner, Saturday and Sunday breakfast

Dogs: Need rabies vaccination papers and park charges $3/dog

Activties: No swimming in lake, but they have a pool there and boating and fishing in lake possible

Raffle: There will be a great raffle of beer related items so be ready!

New T-Shirts: There will be previous as well as new Beer Camp and club T-Shirts for sale

Beer Camp

OK, yes, grab your mugs and kegs and get packed, it’s happening again!!!

Check your email for further details. We’ve moved because of the fire, but after a couple of brews we won’t know the difference.

More to follow…

High Gravity Bob