06 May 2011

WILK Friday BeerBuzz–6 Apr 2011 (Wyoming Valley Homebrewers)

WILKFridayBerbuzz10Almost every craft beer lover has wondered at one time or another what it would be like to brew their own beer.  John & I call it “living the dream”, but most craft beer lovers wonder about brewing their own beer.  Today we welcomed Chuck Yarmey, founder of the Wyoming Valley Homebrewers into the studio to sample some home brewed beers.  Back on Sept 3rd 2010, Chuck joined us in the studio to sample some home brews, and on that show the guys were nice enough to invite us to “design” some beers that they would home-brew and bring back on the show…and today was the day.  We “suggested” a Peach IPA, an Almond Porter, and a Chocolate Cherry Stout and they guys brewed some great beers for us to sample.

imageToday’s show was not only meant to show off how good home brews can be, but also to promote National Homebrewers Day on May 7th.  As part of that celebration the Wyoming Valley Homebrewers will be holding a brew day to contribute to the Big Brew.  The Big Brew is a collection of all of our national home brew clubs and their brewing of three official recipes designated by the national organizers all on the same day.

If you’re interested in attending this day-long event locally or even just observing some great home brewing, please checkout the Wyoming Valley Homebrewers website for details.  It’s an exciting event and a great opportunity to check out what home brewing is all about….and yes I plan to be there myself for part of the day.


to  Chuck & all the Wyoming Valley Homebrewers who contributed beers for today’s show, and to Nancy, John, Joe, and Bosco for yet another fun Friday. 

The Friday BeerBuzz…bringing good beers and good people together

As always you can check out the video on-line at the WILK Friday BeerBuzz page by clicking HEREand be SURE to TUNE IN NEXT WEEK (5/13) for a very special show AND the Friday BeerBuzz 1-Year Anniversary Party 5-7PM @ Krugel’s Georgetown Deli & Beer.

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