Australian National Homebrewing Conference

Australian National Homebrewing Conference

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Australian National Homebrewing Conference

Australian National Homebrewing Conference

The Australian National Homebrewing Conference is on the move. The baton has been passed from the organising team in Melbourne to a crew in Canberra, who will take ANHC outside Victoria for the first time. Instantly, the fourth conference approaches. Australia’s biggest gathering of home brewers and brewing experts will come together in the capital.

Past favourites will return. Namely, the popular Club Night, the Gala Awards and Pairing Dinner and heaps of talks and seminars. There will also be a “Magical Mystery Tour” of Canberra beer venues on the Thursday before the festival kicks off, with judging for the Australian Amateur Brewing Championships also taking place.

 

It’s An Amazing Event!

ANHC is an amazingly fun event, but it’s also hugely educational. The exposure to styles, techniques, and ideas is second to none in this country. Whether you’re a serious all grainer, or a K&K [kit and kilo] brewer just starting out, you will learn more in the two days of ANHC than you will in the two years you spend waiting for the next one.

They are introducing a few ANHC firsts that include broadening the invite to the worlds of mead and cider, with local cidermakers David Pickering and Garry Watkins-Sully appearing. At the Gala Dinner, they will be pairing two different beers with both the main and dessert courses, taking the total beer list for the dinner up to six.

 

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