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.
Join

Join

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.
Latest entries
January Meeting & Officer Elections

January Meeting & Officer Elections

The LBG met Jan. 14 for its monthly meeting. Vice President James Taylor led the seminar on experimental hops. Biermeister Chris Stenger led the tasting on imperial IPAs. The guild elected the 2016 officers. They include Jenalea Myers, president; James Taylor, vice president; Matt Parker, treasurer; Sara Rice, secretary; Jon Keffer, librarian; and Bob Dieterle, biermeister....
Holiday Party

Holiday Party

More than 110 people attended the LBG’s annual Holiday Party on Dec. 19 in Lawrence. The night included a holiday meal, door prizes, silent auction and beer exchange. Thank you to the many people who made it possible! We appreciate the door prize donations from: — The Free State Brewing Co. (Geoff Deman) — 23rd...
November Meeting

November Meeting

The LBG met Nov. 12 for its monthly meeting. Member Bob Dieterle led the tasting on porters. Members Orval Engling and Matt Bechtold led the seminar on motorizing grain mills.
LBG Women Brew Day

LBG Women Brew Day

Nine LBG women got together Nov. 8 for a collaborative brew day. They brewed 10 gallons of an oatmeal stout, with plans for 5 gallons — with figs and coffee — to be on tap Dec. 19 at the LBG Holiday Party. The other 5 gallons — with cacao nibs — will be on tap...