We are less than two weeks away from the 2022 Southern California Homebrew Festival, which will be back live in person after a two-year hiatus due to COVID. If you haven’t ever attended, this is a three-day camping and beer-drinking fest, with all the other clubs in the Southern California region. It will be held at Vail Lake KOA Resort, just outside Temecula, California. If you haven’t already signed up, here is what you need to do no later than April 27th.
- Join the California Homebrewers Association at https://www.calhomebrewers.org/ . Cost is $10. You must do this before purchasing fest admission.
- Purchase the Fest Admission from CHA. Cost is $60.
- Contact Terry Molloy at [email protected] and let him know you will be attending. If you want to reserve an RV space, the cost is $130 (We have 1 left). If you just want a space for a tent, the cost is $30. Car pooling is recommended; there is an added fee for additional vehicles. Alternately, if you are not into the camping thing, you can book a hotel room in Temecula, in which case you are on your own. You can get a shuttle pass from CHA, but check the hours carefully.
- Contact Carl if you have kegs to serve at the fest, so we know how many taps to have on hand. Email him at [email protected] .
So, what goes on at the festival? Check out the complete rundown here: https://www.calhomebrewers.org/2022-schf-info/
Here are the main schedule details: Read more