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Fairhope Brewing taking over taps in Auburn!



Fairhope brewing opened their doors in Fairhope Alabama on January 6, 2013 with just two beers in the taproom.  Since that time they have grown their selection to five year-round offering and a series of “occasional” beers distributed in many bars and restaurants throughout Baldwin and Mobile Counties.  They also do experimental batches that can grow up to be jubilees, full seasonal’s or simply help them celebrate another obscure holiday.

If you have never been to see them, it is a great place to go when you are down at the beach!

FOR NOW come have a couple of pints of Fairhope’s finest at the tap takeover at Fink’s Thursday November 12th from 4pm to 9pm!

The beers scheduled to appear are:

I Drink Therefore I Amber (Amber)
Fairhope 51 (Pale Ale)
Gus Saison (Saison)
Judge Roy Bean (Coffee Stout)
Take The Causeway IPA (IPA)
Everyday Ale (Blonde)
Single White IPA (IPA)
Basil Instinct (Basil Farmhouse Ale)
Pumpkin Up The Jam (Pumpkin)
Painted Black (Black IPA)

Don’t forget to check-in to their beers on Untappd and leave a comment.  See you there!



Sour Beers on the Rise! Could they be the next IPA?

For years IPA’s have been the “hot” beer.  Almost everyone wants one and most places make them.  In the last couple of years there was been a raise in the popularity of sour beers.  To make beers of this type you need a second set of equipment since once you brew the first one it infects almost all of your gear.  It can also be time consuming as well take up storage space as you wait for the “critters” to do their thing.  Here is an interesting article about creating sour beers that a homebrewer can use.

Sour Beers, the next IPA!


Craft Beer and Fly Fishing, Who Knew?

A new group has started up called Bar Flies!  They are a group uniting East Alabama/West Georgia fly tiers and fly fisherman for bugs, baitfish, and brews at Red Clay Brewery in Opelika, Alabama.  Their next meeting is Thursday June 18th at 7pm. Come hang out, enjoy some brews, tie some flies, watch demos, get a lesson, and meet other folks who enjoy doing the same!  To learn more about them check out their Facebook Page and Meeting Announcement.

Hope to see you there!

Red Clay Brewing in Opelika, Alabama! Grand Opening!!

The Auburn Brew Club is very excited for our member Kerry who is living the dream with the opening of Red Clay Brewing in Opelika.  Read all about it below:

Red Clay Brewing is here!

Red Clay Brewing


Auburn Brew Club- August 2014 Meeting Tasting List

1. Kream Ale- Brandon & Julie
2. American Wheat- Doug W
3. Wheat- Dan
4. Watermelon Wheat ( Tin Roof Brewing)- Phillip C
5. Cream Ale- Adris & Court
6. Blonde Ale- Bobby
7. Alt- Joe
8. Wit- Adris & Court
9. Belgian Wit- Curt
10. Juniper Wit- Adris & Court
11. Founders Rasberry Ale- ?
12. Carrot Beliner weisse- Brandon & Julie
13. Peach Beliner weisse- Curt
14. Saison- Dan
15. Beir De Mars ( Saison of Spring)- Curt
16. Red Ale- Seth & Tracy
17. Red Ale- Dan
18. La31 Pale Ale ( Bayou Tech Brewing)- Phillip
19. Good People IPA- ?
20. Rastafa Rye Ale- ?
21. Black IPA- Adris & Court
22. IPA- Ike
23. Baltic Porter- Curt
24. Chili APA- Seth & Tracy

Oktoberfest – Homebrew Alley

The Hotel at Auburn University will host Oktoberfest on Saturday, September 20th from 3:00 pm until 9:00 pm. The event features 100 plus craft beers, traditional German food, live music and lots of TV’s throughout for college football fans. This will also be the first year for “Homebrew Alley,” a competition for homebrewers who can have the opportunity to compete alongside local, regional and national brewers.

HomeBrew Contest Flyer

“Homebrew Alley” will follow BJCP guidelines and the details are listed below:

  • There will be 15-20 spots available for the first year
  • Registration deadline is August 15th. A sample of your product must be provided by September 5th. The participants will be notified on the 5th.
  • If selected, the entry fee will be $50 and will include entry for you, a guest and your beer. Also, we will cover the tent, table, ice, coller, etc., but anything needed for draft purposes must be covered by you.

Last years event attracted over 750 guests and this year the attendance is expected to increase to around 1,000. You can find more information on Oktoberfest at www.auhcc.com/oktoberfest.

For more information on the contest, check out the flier above or contact Adam Keeshan at (334) 321-3165 or Adam.Keeshan@auhcc.com.

Bells Brewery and Gustav Holst????

So what does Bells Brewery and Gustav Holst have in common?  Well, Bell’s has announced they are going to be brewing a series of beers over the next year based on Gustav Holst’s composition “The Plants”.  This first planet, Mars, is due out in August 2014 and the last plant (Neptune) is scheduled to appear in July 2015!  Read all about it and get excited!!!

The Planets Series

Celebrate National Homebrew Day with the Auburn Brew Club!

May 3, 2014

Celebrate National Homebrew Day

In 1988, May 7 was announced before Congress as National Homebrew Day. The American Homebrewers Association (AHA) created AHA Big Brew as an annual event to celebrate National Homebrew Day around the world. AHA Big Brew is held each year on the first Saturday in May.

Anyone can invite their friends and family, gather around the brew kettle and join in the global celebration of the greatest hobby there is—homebrewing!

The Auburn Brew Club is honored to be host a Big Brew on May 3th. Come out and brew, watch or learn how to homebrew! The festivities will begin at 9am and go all day. For information and directions contact us using our contact form . We will provide you the information you need.

Spencer Trappist Ale is coming soon!

A new CERTIFIED trappist brewery has been established and for the first time it is not in Europe but in Massachusetts! Here is the article from NPR about St. Joseph’s Abbey

The brewery is called Spencer. Hopefully we will be able to find a way to get a few bottles and try it out.

A Monthly Meeting?

Hello Beerlings,

I am new to Auburn. Thank you for inviting me to be a member. I have been here two and a half months. Sadly, I have not had the opportunity to taste any home brew. Does the club meet for monthly meetings? If not, would anyone be interested in meeting on a monthly basis?

Joe Aistrup


Check under “Club Activities” then “Monthly Meetings” and “Calendar”