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Brasseurs a la Maison to Hold Second Iron Brewer Home Brew Beer Festival to Benefit the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank read the article »
Brasseurs a la Maison will be traveling down to NOLA to serve beers on both nights of the WYES Beer Festival Weekend. Click for more information about the beers and the festival itself. read the article »
The 2nd Annual LA Homebrew Clubs Brewing Competition took place in Lafayette at Cajun Brewing over the weekend and Brasseurs a la Maison took the club victory. Carried by Brett Dunham's first place in American Ales along with medals from Nathan Heilman, Wayne Odom, and Blake Winchell, the club received enough points to finish in first place. Entire results posted in the article. read the article »
Ten teams of Homebrewers battle it out in a test of brewing skills and creativity. Each team received a secret Louisiana themed ingredient that they incorporated into their beer. Tin Roof Brewing is hosting the public showcase of these beers on Feb 22nd at 6 pm to benefit the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank. Click here for more details. read the article »
The FOAM Rangers of Houston hosted the 24th Annual Dixie Cup Homebrew Competition and Conference. Several members of Brasseurs a la Maison entered beers and attended the event. Not surprisingly a few of the beers entered received high praise. read the article »
Every other month the American Homebrew Association has a club host a competition for a specific style. Each registered homebrew club can submit one entry into the competition where the winner gets fame and acclaim, not much else. The August/September competition is Porter, and the club held an internal competition to decide who got the honor of shipping some of their beer to Illinois this month. Joined by celebrity guest judges and fun night out of the house on a Tuesday was had by all. read the article »

Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Club Meeting
@ The Cove in Citiplace

About Us

Started in 2010 Brasseurs a la Maison is a homebrewing club designed around the brew day. We focus on increasing our knowledge of beer and how to make it. The club is growing and anyone is welcome, from brewers new to homebrewing to advanced brewers who want to join a group of brewers looking to make better homebrew.

What should our next Club Brew be?
American Brown
English Brown
Robust Porter