Interested in learning more about beer? Want to meet other interested people and maybe learn how to make beer? Perhaps interested in tasting interesting home brewed beers and learning about the science and art of brewing? Tippecanoe Hombrewers’ Circle (THC) can help. With regular meetings (1st Tuesday of the month), a series of events we attend and decades of participation in the Indiana home brewer community, THC is focused on advancing the educational and social aspects of home brewing, and is always looking for new members interested in the same. We are active on Facebook, post updates and pictures via Twitter, and can be directly emailed at email@example.com.
THC March meeting-Chocolate in Beer.
Mary and Jeff Quinn talked about their experience working with Chocolate in Beer.
THC February meeting-The Archaeology of Beer
Kory Cooper presented on the Archaeology of Beer (slides added 2/9/2023).
THC at Winter Warmer
Here is our crew and beer list.
THC at Fermentation Frenzy 2023
THC was happy to attend Fermentation Frenzy 2023, held by Purdue Food Science and tue Fermentation Sciences program.
THC December Meeting (Dec 6th)-The Rise of Craft Beer in Indiana
Greg Emig, owner of Lafayette Brewing Company was nice enough to present on The Rise of Craft Beer in Indiana, and has also provided his presentation slides for those who couldn’t attend in person.
THC November meeting (Nov 1)
Joins us this month as Blichmann marketing will conduct a “focus group” on homebrew equipment and Jarrod Doucette will present on a recent Barrel Aged beer project. And as always, please bring your homebrew samples to share!!
THC October Meeting
Dan DeCaro presented on SMaSH (Single Malt/Single Hop) beers.
THC Pouring at Broktoberfest today (1-3pm)
Here is what we are pouring
THC September meeting (Sep 6th)-Belgian Trappist Ales
Bennie Goller gave a great overview of Belgian Trappist Ales.
BrewsCruise 2022 (Aug 6th) on the Madam Carroll
So THC had a great time serving beers on the Madam Carroll as part of the 3rd Annual BrewsCruise. Hugh, Lloyd, Tom, Carl, Anne and Becky poured homebrew samples, which were provided by Lloyd Chatham, Tom Miller, Todd Cogswell, Hugh Gardner, Benny Goller, Michael Meeks (and Rich?)