LondonLondon Amateur Brewers are an enthusiastic and informal group of home-brewers from London and the Home Counties who meet regularly (in-person and online) to share their skills, knowledge (and beer), to widen their appreciation of the world’s finest drink, and improve the beer they make themselves.
Swindon, UKSet up in 2010 by Robert Neale, The Malt Miller focus on supplying the highest quality fresh ingredients to the home brewer and micro-breweries. All ingredients are treated with the respect they deserve, with freshness in mind. Malt and other grains are milled to order on the day they are being shipped and stock is on hand form all the major maltsters in the UK and key European maltsters. Hops are all stored cold and packed in nitrogen flushed, light and heat resistant bags. Yeast is cold stored and shipped with ice packs to ensure viability for the brewer at home. In addition to this, the team at The Malt Miller focus on education and sharing knowledge to the thriving home brew community. This is achieved through various ways such as their skilled customer service team, an on-site brew school and YouTube Channel.
Unboxing and Sorting Session 16/05/2024 09:00, BST
Festival Set-up Session 19/05/2024 09:30, BST
Festival Staff Volunteers 19/05/2024 13:00, BST
Festival Clear Up 19/05/2024 18:00, BST
Account Registration Open
Registrations for judges or stewards accepted 08/01/2024 09:00, GMT through 05/05/2024 23:59, BST.
Entry Registration Closed
The competition entry limit has been reached.
Entry Drop-Off Closed
Entry bottles accepted at drop-off locations 10/05/2024 15:00, BST through 16/05/2024 18:00, BST.
Please pay attention to the notes provided for each drop-off location. There could be earlier deadlines for some drop-off locations listed, particular hours when entries are accepted, certain individuals to leave your entries with, etc. All entrants are responsible for reading the information provided by the organizers for each drop-off location.