Q: I’m interested in learning more the Escambia Bay Homebrewers club, what do I need to do?
A:
To learn more about the club check out our facebook page, google calendar, and Bylaws.


Q: 
When/where are your meetings?

A:
We meet at various locations across the Pensacola, Gulf Breeze, and Santa Rosa area. Check
out the calendar to find out when and where our next meeting is planned.  All published events and meetings are open to those interested in the club, no need to contact a member before attending a meeting, but you’re welcome to.

Q:
How do I join?

A:
Come to a meeting and speak to any club officer. Read the Bylaws to find out what the
membership requirements are.

Q:
I don’t brew beer, make wine, or mead can I still join the club?

A:
Yes! Although we are a homebrewing club we welcome all (of legal drinking age) who have an
interest in the art of making these fine beverages.

Q:
I only make wine and I’m not really interested in beer, is this club still for me?

A:
Yes! We have a monthly meeting dedicated to wine and wine making. Look for the EBH
Winos meeting on the calendar.

Q:
How often do you meet? Is this an active club?

A:
Most months we meet three times! There is the monthly winos meeting at the begining of
the month, followed by the brewers guild meeting in the middle of the month, and at the end of the month we all come together for the general meeting. These meetings are not mutually exclusive, club members can attend one or all, it’s your choice!  We also have several regularly planned special events throughout the year.

Q:
How do I contact the club?

A:
The best wat to contact the club is to send an e-mail to EBHofficers@gmail.com.


Q:
 I’m organizing a charitable event, would the EBH be interested in sharing their adult
beverages at the event?
A:
Maybe. We support several events throughout the year and may be able to support yours,
depending on a few specific details. Contact the club to discuss. Please keep in mind it usually takes 4-6 weeks to make beer.