Cheers to Jazz at Taps & Tanks, Reno, the site of the next WZZ meeting!
Date: Saturday, November 15th
Time: 6:00 P.M. Bring potluck, desserts, Turkeys, and beer
The official address is 1155 S. Rock in Reno. However the address is confusing as the entrance to Tap & Tanks is on East McCarran Boulevard between Rock Blvd. and Mira Loma.
This should give a little gap between now and Thanksgiving weekend, so your busy Holiday Schedule is not impacted too much.
For more info, and to offer assistance to Jazz, call 220-2739.
‘See you there!
Club meeting at the Reno Homebrewer on Saturday, July 5th, at 6:00 P.M.
The main thrust/theme of this meeting will be the upcoming NCHF event in September, and whether or not we really want/need to attend. If you are making beer for the Hoppy Hour session, it is really important that you attend, or at least contact Rob at the Reno Homebrewer.
Standard club meeting rules apply (bring beer). The Reno Homebrewer will supply Sausage Items, so please bring whatever else you deem appropriate for a club meeting. We may be asking someone else to show up early, transport and set up the club booth at this year’s NCHF,
P.S., Those not attending this meeting may be elected to perform tasks they didn’t know they had to perform (just kidding….).
The end is near!
For Tom being the host of the annual beer and sausage extravaganza, anyway. So come celebrate the end of a WZZ era. Be there to enjoy some unique brews and fabulous fare!
Saturday, June 14th at 6 PM.
1766 Forney Ct, in Sparks.
Questions?? Call Tom at 813-8042 or 787-6732. Please bring a salad, side dish or dessert. Want to take over this WZZ tradition? Contact Rob at the Reno Homebrewer, 329-ALES.
Thanks for hosting at your home, and providing a warm (although you could not control the winds, what’s up with that?) hospitable environment for fellow zymurgists, fans, and friends.
The tasting of competition beers (another benefit of 3 bottles per entry) was a hit, and likely that practice will continue until the supply runs out. Although, at Frank’n’Stein (June 14th, see post) allowances for sampling contest beers may not be practical, considering the fastidious brewing preparation employed by our most accomplished host Tom Baldwin. We may need to simply focus our preparations on great dishes to harmoniously accompany the brew selection provided (which in past year’s has covered most every one of the BJCP style categories♥).
However, back to Jason and Nicole, speaking as one who recently hosted a Whiz meeting, well done, and thank you so very much for opening your home and going to all the trouble to accompany us and our humanity. May God bless what we strive at, and make our endeavors rich in promise, fellowship, and goodness.
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