| Beer Date: Friday, January 30, 2015
"You can only drink 30 or 40 glasses of beer a day, no matter how rich you are."
- Adolphus Busch
| The Brewing Rabble is an
organization of committed home brewers and
craft-beer drinkers. The club is geographically
based in Stevens County, Washington and the
surrounding area. In existence since 1996 the
Brewing Rabble usually meet on the occasion of the
first Saturday of every month, and as Don Quixote
would say "We brew when we have occasion, and
sometimes when we have no occasion".
| Next Meeting -
3 January, Saturday, at "The Club House". Noon, potluck, conspiracy, and Elections!
additional information or
if you just want to be even more
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Craig Wins the Annual Dick Garvey IPA Competition
10 good beers, and Craig's was the best this year.
Thanks to Clan Garvey for another fine outing.
Time for a little MONKey Business (Ouch!)
| Big Brew Day Recipe
The club experienced some initial offerings from the Big Brew Day beer which was Nick's Lucille Clone recipe. See this special introduction to this "Major Award" winning recipe from creator, philosopher, star, and brewer, Nick right
Here is a reprint of the recipe by popular demand:
Lucille Clone by Nick
13.5 lb 2-row
.5 lb carapils
.5 lb 60L
1 oz Columbus 60min
.5 oz Centennial 30 min
1 oz Amarillo 15 min
1 oz Cascade 5 min
DRY HOP 10 days
3 oz Columbus
2 oz Simcoe
2 oz Centennial
Yeast WLP 005
OG @1.066 at 68% efficiency
| Elections 2014:
President, Sylvia Elisabeth (Smith)
Vice President, Craig McCarty
Secretary, Jack Smith
Treasurer, Pat Garvey
Sensitivity Counselor, Nick Force
Bathroom Attendant, Nick Johnson
Sergeant at Arms, Larry Harvey
Sparge Bastard, Jim Pitts
Hop Nazi, Jerry Prolo
Minority Ombudsman, Ferdinand Velez
|| A Brief History of the
Brewing Rabble (Revised!
a brand new foreword by former president, "El
OK. Not really. But the dearth of content on this
website required some window dressing.
BEHOLD - A
Brief History of the BREW Club
| Beer Reference
Most of the junk you'd expect to find on a home brew
"Sir, if you were my husband, I would poison your drink." -Lady Astor to Winston Churchill
"Madam, if you were my wife, I would drink it." -His reply
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