© Brew Free or Die of New Hampshire, 2015
Brew Free or Die (BFD) is New Hampshire’s first, and most active, homebrew club. BFD was started in January of 1991 by several home brewers, intent on establishing a homebrew club in New Hampshire to ‘host’ the American Homebrewers Association conference held in June of that year in Manchester. Meetings are usually on the second Friday of the month, mostly in the southern New Hampshire area, and usually held from 7 PM to 10 PM. Please see the Upcoming Events at right for a current schedule of meeting times and locations. We welcome new members and those interested in joining the club as well. BFD’s membership is currently over 100 members, representing all levels of experience and expertise:     beginners     experts     all-grain brewers     extract brewers     professional brewers Meetings start by covering club business: announcing upcoming competitions, congratulating winners of past competitions, and planning bulk purchases of supplies and equipment. We also feature a short discussion of a brewing technique or beer style. The meeting then turns to socializing and sampling of some of our best home brewed beers. The one common thread among our membership is an enthusiastic interest in home brewed beer, ciders and meads. Many of our members have won awards for their brewing. BFD members have served as both judges and stewards at numerous regional and national competitions including MCAB, Sam Adams Patriot Homebrew, and Sam Adams Longshot competitions. Among the BFD membership are several BJCP judges ranking from Grand-Master to Recognized. BFD hosts an annual competition, the New England Regional Homebrew Competition (NERHBC), with all net-proceeds from the event going to charity. Since 2011 we donated at least $3,000 each year. The American Cancer Society is our current beneficiary with an annual donation made in honor of two late founders of this competition – BFD member Don Merkey and Southern Maine Homebrewers member Steve Loignon. Our famous December holiday party is one of our biggest events, with incredible food and the finest homebrews in New England. Add it all together, and you’ll find this club to be the most event rich and informative brewing club in the area. Please contact one of our club officers about joining, or click here to pay your dues. 2016 BFD Club Officers President: Mike Rego (president at bfd dot org) Vice President: Dave Marsh (vp at bfd dot org) Treasurer: Lisa North (treasurer at bfd dot org) Secretary: Rob Somogyi  (secretary at bfd dot org) Other BFD contacts Webmaster: David Rosenbaum (webmaster at bfd dot org) Club Competition Coordinator: Mike Rego

Welcome

Home Membership Competitions Projects Merchandise Gallery Contact
Brew Free or Die
Brew Free or Die (BFD) is New Hampshire’s first, and most active, homebrew club.
  Meetings are the 2nd Friday of the Month from 7-10pm.

AHA Membership

Click on the image below to support BFD with your AHA membership purchase.

Home
Brew Free or Die (BFD) is New Hampshire’s first, and most active, homebrew club. BFD was started in January of 1991 by several home brewers, intent on establishing a homebrew club in New Hampshire to ‘host’ the American Homebrewers Association conference held in June of that year in Manchester. Meetings are usually on the second Friday of the month, mostly in the southern New Hampshire area, and usually held from 7 PM to 10 PM. Please see the Upcoming Events at right for a current schedule of meeting times and locations. We welcome new members and those interested in joining the club as well. BFD’s membership is currently over 100 members, representing all levels of experience and expertise:     beginners     experts     all-grain brewers     extract brewers     professional brewers Meetings start by covering club business: announcing upcoming competitions, congratulating winners of past competitions, and planning bulk purchases of supplies and equipment. We also feature a short discussion of a brewing technique or beer style. The meeting then turns to socializing and sampling of some of our best home brewed beers. The one common thread among our membership is an enthusiastic interest in home brewed beer, ciders and meads. Many of our members have won awards for their brewing. BFD members have served as both judges and stewards at numerous regional and national competitions including MCAB, Sam Adams Patriot Homebrew, and Sam Adams Longshot competitions. Among the BFD membership are several BJCP judges ranking from Grand-Master to Recognized. BFD hosts an annual competition, the New England Regional Homebrew Competition (NERHBC), with all net-proceeds from the event going to charity. Since 2011 we donated at least $3,000 each year. The American Cancer Society is our current beneficiary with an annual donation made in honor of two late founders of this competition – BFD member Don Merkey and Southern Maine Homebrewers member Steve Loignon. Our famous December holiday party is one of our biggest events, with incredible food and the finest homebrews in New England. Add it all together, and you’ll find this club to be the most event rich and informative brewing club in the area. Please contact one of our club officers about joining, or click here to pay your dues. 2016 BFD Club Officers President: Mike Rego (president at bfd dot org) Vice President: Dave Marsh (vp at bfd dot org) Treasurer: Lisa North (treasurer at bfd dot org) Secretary: Rob Somogyi  (secretary at bfd dot org) Other BFD contacts Webmaster: David Rosenbaum (webmaster at bfd dot org) Club Competition Coordinator: Mike Rego

Welcome

Home Membership Competitions Projects Merchandise Gallery Contact
Brew Free or Die
Brew Free or Die

AHA Membership

Click on the image below to support BFD with your AHA membership purchase.

Brew Free or Die
Brew Free or Die
Home Membership Competitions Projects Merchandise Gallery Contact
© Brew Free or Die of New Hampshire, 2015
Home Home