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Events

Events

LBG members put on and attend a number of events throughout the year. The guild’s signature event, Brewfest, is held each September at Clinton Lake.
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The LBG welcomes homebrewers of all experience levels. Guild members enjoy a number of benefits with their membership, including access to rental equipment, bulk buying and a library of resources, special discounts at local stores, sponsored beer trips and tours and more.
About Us

About Us

The Lawrence Brewers Guild, established in 1995, is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the enjoyment of homebrewing and to promote the responsible use of alcoholic beverages. The guild meets the second Thursday of every month for a business meeting, featured beer tasting and seminar.
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Virtual Monthly Meetings

Virtual Monthly Meetings

If you’ve not yet caught a virtual meeting, tune in! We continue to “meet” at 7 p.m. the second Thursday of the month. We’ve been adding more interactive elements, quiz games, surveys, etc. Virtual toast with us and share what brews you’ve made lately, and what you’re drinking! If you’ve got business to bring to...
Library How-To Festival

Library How-To Festival

Big thanks to Treasurer Jake Jeffers for representing the LBG at the Lawrence Public Library’s virtual How-To Festival! If you missed out on Jake’s video, you’ll find it here on YouTube: https://youtu.be/y7K4zxlWG1g
Virtual Hoppy Hours

Virtual Hoppy Hours

Since we can’t see each other in person for awhile, we’ve decided to offer WEEKLY Hoppy Hours instead of just monthly! Join us 4:30 p.m. to 7ish p.m. EVERY THURSDAY. Join URL: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/633461173Meeting ID: 633 461 173 First time using Zoom? It’s FREE, and fairly easy to use, available for mobile devices and computers: https://zoom.us/download Here are...
March Meeting

March Meeting

The LBG met March 12 for its regular meeting. Courtney Servaes, LBG member and owner of Servaes Brewing Co., led the seminar on brewing with adjuncts. Biermeister Jim McGovern led the tasting on the next round of the “Finest Five.” It included pale ales.