Dedicated to the advancement of beer enjoyment
Welcome to the Erie Beer Society, Erie's only exclusive club dedicated to the advancement of beer enjoyment. Events are members-only, 21+.
Greetings beer fans!
Our very first attempt at this new thing dubbed “Erie Beer Society” took place on December 17, 2009 at
The Sandbar on West 8th Street. If I recall, about 35 people showed up, which far exceeded the whopping 13 that RSVP’d. We knew we were on to something the next month when we literally packed U Pick 6 on upper Peach Street.
Erie Beer Society has featured 54 meetings in total (counting this month’s at Calamari’s) and a…Continue
I should state right out of the chute, this was my first meeting of the EBS. I walked in not knowing what to expect or even what the meetings were about. I "did" have my own agenda in mind and that was to meet others that had experience in home brewing or knew people that did.
Now regarding the beers that were sampled: truthfully the first beer was not something i would seek out (this is only because i tend towards IPA's and Stouts...) i did enjoy it but i don't think it would be a…Continue
Posted by Scott Kennedy on April 24, 2014 at 11:00pm
The Meadville Brewing Society is planning a beer off-flavor seminar. An american lager will be paired with off-flavors to help you learn about what shouldn't be in our beer. If you have any interest please contact JLChafe@gmail.com. Date and time to be announced after getting 15-20 people involved. This is a preparation class for the Beer Judge Certification Exam. Learn more about the tests, learn how to pass them. this would be a one day, probably 4-5 hour seminar. Hope to see you there!…Continue
Posted by Jessica Chaffee on September 28, 2013 at 3:00pm
Last night was our first ever Erie Beer Society field trip - to the Erie Otters game against the Saginaw Spirit. For our little group, which isn't so little anymore at over 1,600 members, this was a first - a group outing somewhere outside of the usual monthly meeting.
Here was the deal, for ten bucks you got a game ticket, beer and some food. The unconfirmed attendance was around 200 people I believe, which was phenomenal. The hockey game turned out to be pretty…Continue
Posted by Jeff McCullor on January 24, 2013 at 12:30pm