HOMEBREWCON!

Here is Frank Clark, master of historic foodways at Colonial Williamsburg foundation, making his proprietary sugar and turning it Porter color.
Here is Frank Clark, master of historic foodways at Colonial Williamsburg foundation, making his proprietary sugar and turning it Porter color.

If you’re attending the American Homebrewers Assoication’s 38th Annual National Homebrew Conference, Homebrewcon for short, come see us on Saturday, June 11, at the Baltimore Convention Center, rooms 318-323 at 10:15AM. Our talk is titled The Dark Ages: Baltic, Munich or Kulmbach? we’ll be pouring two Lost Lagers, Polish Porter, and Kulmbacher Dark Lager. More on those lagers in a separate post.

Of great import to those interested in history, historical beer and beer culture, are talks by beer history colleagues Frank Clark and Travis Rupp. Mike first met these amazing individuals in beer at the conference Frank hosted in Colonial Williamsburg in March, Ale Through the Ages.
You can see Frank present Welcome to the Dark Side! The Evolution of Porter at the Baltimore Convention Center onFriday, June 10 at 11:30 a.m. in seminar room 301-303.You can see Travis, who is a Professor at University of Colorado at Boulder and Special Projects and Beer Archaeologist at Avery Brewing Company, also in Boulder, Colorado. present Ancient Beer Brewing in the World of Wine: Bronze Age Greece through Alexander the Great Saturday, June 11 at 11:30 am – 12:30 pm. This is the time slot right after our presentation so you can be sure to catch us there at Travis’ presentation once we wrap.
In recent historical memory is the first conference the American Homebrewers Association’s held in Baltimore, in 1995. For an excellent read and recall of that conference, the beer brewed for it and a nice round up check out Tom Cizauskas’ post here.

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