About Cascade Brewers Society

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For over 25 years, Cascade Brewers Society is a sometimes formal, but mostly informal club devoted to the appreciation and art of creating fine alcoholic beverages (you know; beer, mead, cider, and wine).

For more information about our fine organization please visit our About Us page or email clubinfo@cascade-brewers.com.

Upcoming Events

  • Mobile Canning @ Claim 52
    Saturday, April 30th
    Link: Crossroad Canning

    Let Crossroads Canning know if you're wanting a batch of beer canned. They have some requirements:

    CORNYS: $25.00 w/o Labels; $50.00 w/ Labels. KEGS SHOULD BE CARBONATED 2.3-2.6 and REFRIGERATED.

    Contact: joseph@crossroadscanning.com

  • Big Brew - Celebrate National Homebrew Day!
    Saturday, May 7th
    Link: Big Brew!

    The annual AHA Big Brew. We're chaning locations to Oakshire to do a redux of Learn to Homebrew Day!

    Set up for the participating brewers starts 9:00am. Meridy of Oakshire has said that we'll be able to use the same space that was used for Learn to Homebrew Day. Brewers should be ready to pack gear out around 4.

    If you're interested in being a brewer please either email Michael G or sign up on the doc linked here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1gvDDRze8fz7zSleMAJiyitzzTwJGIKVWYmmcOvcBThM/edit?usp=sharing

    We're limited to no more than 6 brewers/set ups. So if we're filled by the time that you respond, I'll let you know if a spot opens up.

    Big Brew traditionally has recipes set, and ideally we'd all be brewing those recipes. They're here: http://www.homebrewersassociation.org/aha-events/national-homebrew-day/

    Things that we need:
    hose splitters

  • COC Deadline - Real Ale
    Friday, May 13th

    Covers BJCP categories 11A-C, 12A&C, 13A-C, 14A-D. Bring corny keg and tap or other Real Ale vessel to Falling Sky; no bottled entries for this competition; judging will occur on-site prior to a party.
    Steve and Danielle Anderson will be hosting the Real Ale fest this year on May 14th. It is time again for good food, beer and fun. This event is to showcase British beers and traditional methods of serving styles such as Mild, Bitter, Pale Ale, ESB, Porter and Stout. For more info on Real Ale, see the
    FAQ page at www.camra.org.uk.

    Entries (see Guidelines and Objectives on how to enter) with their bottle ID forms need to be taken to Falling Sky Fermentation Supply Shop at 1331 Willamette St, Eugene no later than 5pm on the due date listed. All deadlines are subject to change. You can also supply a bribe of beer or high-end coffee beans, and one of the Club Only Competition coordinators will be happy to work out a drop off with you.

    All Entries will be judged to the BJCP 2015 guidelines.

  • COC Real Ale Party
    Saturday, May 14th

    Come with food and enjoy some fresh Real Ale at Steve and Danielle's new house!