Mash Tun Journal presents:
The 2014 Homebrewer’s Ball
August 9, 2014 • 2:30-6pm
The Co-Prosperity Sphere – 3219-21 South Morgan Street – Chicago Illinois, 60608
The makers of Lumpen magazine and Mash Tun Journal have partnered up with Maria’s Packaged Goods & Community Bar and Marz Community Brewing Company to create another great beercentric event with the Mash Tun Society. You are receiving this email because you attended one of our events. If you purchase tickets you get $5 off the regular $30 admission.
Please join us at the Homebrewer’s Ball and meet Chicago’s future pro brewers!
Attendees will be able to sample brews, eat some chow and vote for the best beer in our first annual competition!
For $25 you get:
– Tastes of all the Homebrew entries
– A Mash Tun Tasting Glass
– A Homebrewer’s Ball T-shirt Live Silk-screened by Teetsy! (supplies limited)
– Vittles by The Doner Men and The Salsa Truck
– Tastes of Marz Community Brewing Co. beers.
– A vote for best brews in the competition. The winner gets their beer brewed at Marz Community Brewing Company
– A copy of the new Mash Tun Guide to Craft Beer in Illinois
The Competition features freshly brewed ales by:
Armando Cobian and Christina Cobian, Chuck Patella, Cassie Webster and Brody Webster, Kyle Shaver and Kevin Shaver, Steven Schaab with help from Mark Paris, David Erwin Merz III and Cameron Mark Cieglo, Robby Zahm and Jacques Laramie, Walter Ornelas, Joel Timm and Taylor Southworth, Chris Chesser, Sean Fitzpatrick, Oscan Montenegro and Dany Reyes, and Josh Smith.
Visit [ this link ] for tickets via Eventbrite!
Judging of the event is open to members of the Mash Tun Society only. Proceeds of the event go to the Public Media Institute, the non profit that publishes Mash Tun Journal and organizes The Mash Tun Society.
The Mash Tun Society is a craft beer and artisan food club that presents programming throughout the year in the city of Chicago. The Society was established for people who enjoy the pleasures and aesthetics of craft beer and how it intersects with food, culture, & society. The Non profit organization publishes The Mash Tun Journal and produces many events and programs like the Mash Tun Festivals, The Homebrewers Ball, the annual Art of Beer exhibition and other fine drinking and eating events and gatherings.
To become a member of the Mash Tun Society please visit:
New members will receive complementary entry to the 2014 Homebrewer’s Ball.