We aim to promote the art and craft of home brewing. This includes beer, wine and mead. We help introduce the hobby to new brewers and help existing brewers improve their craft.
Join the Cache Brewing Society on May 3rd from 11 AM until 5 PM as we host the American Homebrewers Association's Big Brew Day.
On February 22nd Cache Brewing Society will be hosting the USU Veteran’s Association for an Instructional Brew Day at Majestic Mountain Sage (2490 S. 1350 W. Nibley). Looking to kickoff the brew day around 11 am. I think it would be nice to combine the brew day into a BBQ/potluck event as well.
Saturday November 2nd is Learn To Homebrew Day. We will be holding a club get together beginning at 10:00 AM. We will meet at Majestic Mountain Sage. Anyone that has an interest in home brewed beer is welcome to come and learn how easy it is. With just a few pieces of equipment you can brew your own beer at home. If you are a homebrewer you can also come to learn how to improve your brewing. If you are a brewer you are also welcome to come and brew with us.
Lunch will be a potluck with grills available for cooking.
Cache Brewing Society is holding a club meeting along with a potluck dinner. We will meet at Majestic Mountain Sage in Nibley Utah beginning at 6:00pm on Thursday September 5th. We will have grills available for cooking. Please bring a dish to share and anything you would like to grill for yourself.
The address is:
Majestic Mountain Sage
2490 S 1350 W
Nibley Utah 84321
Hey guys it's that time of year again, Big Brew Day is right around the corner. May 4th at noon we will be meeting at my house (332 S. 600 W. Logan) for our American Homebrewing Association's Big Brew Day.
Feel free to come on by and check it out. If you want to brew that would be great, bring your set up and ingredients. If you'd rather just watch while drinking beer that would be great as well. Bring meat if you'd like to eat. I will have the grill on and hopefully have someone handling the tongs and spatulas.
Been mulling this around for awhile...I'm thinking about hosting a beer dinner. My idea is to put together a 4-6 course dinner paired with beer (craft or home brew) where several people will be involved. Either taking on a whole course and it's pairing or if enough interest is generated pairing up (pun intended) to create a course and pairing.
This doesn't necessarily have to be a club exclusive event but I figured I would give my brewing brethern first crack at coming up with ideas or suggestions along with participation.
Do you want to learn the basics of how to serve your own draft beer or soda at home? The topic for this months meeting of the Cache Brewing Society is setting up your own keg system. The meeting will be held on the 22nd at 7:00pm. We will be meeting at Majestic Mountain Sage (2490 South 1350 west, Nibley Utah). Any questions call Dirk at 435-890-0951
For the Learn To Brew day this year we decided to use a single style of beer. We are going to make an Irish red ale.
Irish red ale is a blanced beer with moderate malt character that often comes across as toasted and subtle caramel notes. The deep reddish copper color comes from a small dose of highly kilned malt that also adds to the dry finish.
The recipe that we have selected is the Ruabeoir from Brewing Classic Styles by Jamil Zainasheff and John Palmer.
On October 4th Cache Brewing Society members met for our October meeting. It was decided that we would participate in the American Homebrewers Association's Learn To Homebrew Day in an attempt to educate and possibly inspire new brewers to enjoy the wonderful hobby that we enjoy.