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EVENT INFORMATION

HOMEBREW LINEUP

BEER LINEUP

Click here to see the unique and tasty homebrews that will be available to sample at the event.

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BAND INFORMATION

BAND INFORMATION

Four very talented local bands will be supplying the tunes while you sample homebrews. Click here to check out who is playing the festival this year!

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FOOD MENU

FOOD MENU

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PEOPLE'S CHOICE

All entries displayed. These brews were enjoyed by attendants of the event, as each brewer brought upwards of four gallons of fine drinkery. Rank Brew Name 

Rank
Brew Name
1 Boozy Roots
2 Soulshine IPA
3 Rye IPA 2
4 Humboldt Beer Terroirist Farmhouse Saison
5 Ginger Belgian Ale
6 Sassy Blonde
6 Irish Pale Ale
8 Blashphemy Sir
9 Flying Hefish
10 Gorilla Gulch Old Ale
11 Fat Bastard
12 Chocolate Porter
13 Johnnie Walker's Black Barrel Porter
14 Altbier
15 Arabian Sunset Ale
16 Kindred Spirits Barley Wine
17 Bock 2 Nature
18 Dime Bag Red Rye
19 Pale-ozoic Ale
20 Spring Resurrection
21 Irish Red Ale
22 Shoreline
23 Strong Oaked Rosemary Ale
24 Libby's 99th IPA
25 Bright Eyes
26 Rooster Rye IPA
27 Ressurection Rye
28 Maggie Mae
29 Palesner de Sour
30 Sonoma Pale
31 Grave Digger's Stout
32 Old Frog Pond
33 James Peterson Espresso Shot
34 Mud Rat
35 India Red Ale
36 Grateful Red
37 Keep Truckin' Down Brown
38 Hop Oppin IPA
39 Dark Horse Sour Ale
40 High Tide Wheat
41 Board Track Bitter
42 Sirius Black 2
43 La Grace Trappost Ale
44 Belgian Strong Dark
45 Belgian Cascadian Dark Ale
46 Brown Mutt
47 Hop Whompus
48 Cascadian Stout
49 Tuannahaffel

BOTTLE ENTRIES

 These bottle submissions were tasted and judged prior to our public event. There were a wide variety of creative and enjoyable brews submitted. Only the top 3 entries for each category are listed. Scoring following BJCP guidelines, scoring and categories ( BJCP Guidelines).
1. Light Lager (No Entries)
2. Pilsner (No Entries)
3. European Amber Lager (No Entries)
4. Dark Lager (No Entries)
5. Bock (No Entries)
6.Light Hybrid Beer (1 Entry): 3rd. American Wheat (6D - American Wheat) - Gustin Dumler
7.Amber Hybrid Beer (No Entries):
8.English Pale Ale (4 Entries): 1st. HopSock ESB (8C - Extra Special Bitter) - Brendon Branwell 2nd. CoOp ESB(8C - Extra Special Bitter) - Jamie Ashdon 3rd. AK47 Pale Mild(8A - Standard Bitter) - Daniel Seibel
9. Scottish and Irish Ales (3 Entries): None Placed
10. American Ales (7 Entries): 3rd. Sonoma Pale (10A - American Pale Ale) - Erin Whitaker
11. English Brown (1 entries): 3rd. Brown Floater (11C - Mild) - Andres Benitez / Ted Hertel
12. Porter (12 entries): 2nd. Loop D'Loop Espresso (12B - Robust Porter) - Brendon Banwell 3rd. Robust Porter (12B - Robust Porter) Gustin Dumler
13. Stout(4 entries): 1st. Ebony (13B - Sweet Stout) - Juustin Whitaker *Best of Show Winner* 2nd. Czar's Death(13F - Russian Imperial Stout) - Randall Messner 3rd. Sisu Stout(13E - American Stout) - Natti Nylander
14. India Pale Ale (IPA) (7 entries): 3rd. Hop Oppin IPA (14B - American IPA) - Jere Cox
15. German Wheat and Rye Beer (2 entries): 1st. Tango (15A - Weizen/Weissbier) - Randall Messner 2nd. Ryelistic (15C - Weizenbock) - Erin Whitaker
16. Belgian and French Ale (5 entries): 3rd. Palesner de Sour (16EBelgian Specialty Ale) - Jere Cox
17. Sour Ale (2 entries): 1st. Berliner Weisse (17A - Berliner Weisse) - Ari Freidman 2nd. Belgian Kriek (17F - Fruit Lambic) - Air Freidman
18. Belgian Strong Ale (5 Entries): 3rd. Hi-Lo(18D - Belgian Golden Strong Ale) - Erin Whitaker
19. Strong Ale (1 Entry): 2nd. Sir Pancy's English Barleywine(19B - English Barleywine) - Sean Wilson
20. Fruit Beer (1 entries): None Placed
21. Spice/Herb/Vegetable Beer(3 Entries): Jack Flash Spiced Pumkin Ale (21A - Herb/Spice/Veg Beer) - Brian Bauman Eryn’s Punkin Pie (21A - Herb/Spice/Veg Beer) - Erin Whitaker
22. Smoke Flavored/Wood Aged Beer(No Entries):
23. Specialy Beer(3 Entries): 2nd. Serious Black (23A) - Jere Cox 3rd. Imperial Porter (23A) - Jed Douglas
24. Traditional Mead(No Entries):
25. Melomel (Fruit Mead)(No Entries):
26. Other Mead(No Entries):
27. Standard Cider and Perry (No Entries): 1st. Blue Clossom Cider (27A - Common Cider) - Josh Reed
28. Specialty Cider and Perry (No Entries): 2nd. Old Man Dickerson's Cider (28D - Other Specialty) - Sean Wilson

We brewers don‘t make beer, we just get all the ingredients together and the beer makes itself. -Fritz Maytag, President Anchor Brewing

FUNDRAISER-FUNDED PROJECTS

Constructing a water well for a hospital in Camoapa, Nicaragua.

Assessing and enhancing a wastewater treatment plant in La Manzanilla, Mexico.

Constructing a rainwater catchment system in Salyer, California.

Constructing a rain garden at Hoopa Valley High School.

Supporting and mentoring the HSU student chapter.

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THANK YOU TO OUR 2016 PLATINUM SPONSORS

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BECOME A SPONSOR

 

Bronze ($10-$100)

Sponsor Logo on website.

Sponsor Letter

 

Silver ($200)

Tier 1 benefits and Sponsor Logo on Thank You Poster displayed at the event.
(~5-10 sponsors per 11X17 poster)

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Gold ($300)

Tier 1 benefits and Sponsor Logo on Thank You Poster displayed at the event.
(~2-4 sponsors per 11X17 poster)

Sponsor Letter

 

Platinum ($400)

Tier 3 benefits and Sponsor logo on 24x36 poster, Event Poster, Event Program and 2 event tickets.

Sponsor Letter

  • Where do the funds go?

    Your sponsorship directly benefits Engineers Without Borders – North Coast Professional Chapter. This allows us to participate in community-driven development programs locally and worldwide by collaborating with local partners to design and implement sustainable engineering projects.

  • What to Donate

    In addition to directly funding the event, sponsors may donate services and goods for our silent auction/raffle/food tables. Locally donated goods can be picked up or dropped off.

  • How Do I Pay?

    Your financial donation can be accepted via paypal.com at the PayPal address humboldthomebrewfest@gmail.com .

  • How to Claim on Your Taxes

    Please use our EWB-USA tax id # 84-1589324 when claiming your donation on your 2014 taxes.

  • Thank You to Our Previous Sponsors

    Thanks to our sponsors, the 2015 Humboldt Homebrew Festival was a huge success!

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Humboldt Homebrewer's Club

The Humboldt Homebrewers Club is our partner and largest sponsor. Become a member and enjoy benefits such as early pre-registration, monthly tastings, and access to a bounty of brewing information. Learn more at humboldthomebrewers.org.


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