Greetings, and welcome to the Atlantian Brewers Guild!

Now that the Holidays are a pleasant memory, it’s time to look to the spring brewing season!

First, on behalf of Atlantia’s Royal Brewer, Lord Brian Crawford, I’d like to encourage everyone to enter the competition at KASF to determine who will be our kingdom’s next Royal Brewer. Please contact Lord Brian for details about the competition. Even if you do not win, this is a great opportunity to have your brews evaluated by Atlantia’s finest brewers and judges.

There are several other exciting competitions coming up, so keep an eye on our calendar.

Also, the Guild is still seeking feedback about things like our Charter, judging rubric, and similar policies. There is an online survey begin conducted, and more Brewers Guildhall Meetings will be scheduled shortly. Keep an eye on announcement lists and social media for announcements.

Finally, the Brewers Guild is here to support you, the brewing community. Please do not hesitate to contact myself of any of the Guild Inspectors with questions or advice about equipment, recipes, documentation, or keeping your event in compliance with SCA alcohol policy and mundane law.

Yours, In Service,
Lord Brynjolf Rauðskegg
Guildmaster, Atlantia Brewers’ Guild

There is no requirement for membership in the Guild; only a desire to learn and to share your knowledge and ideas with others. So, please check our calendar of events and come join us. If you have any questions about any of the meetings, please feel free to contact myself, the organizer, or your local Guild Inspector. And again, welcome!

8 responses to “Greetings, and welcome to the Atlantian Brewers Guild!

  1. Herveus d'Ormonde

    Howdy! I have a friend in the Richmond area who has a pair of 7 gallon glass carboys and a 40 quart pot that is taking up valuable space in their cramped apartment. She asked me to see if I could find a brewer who would be willing to turn them into an unspecified amount of cash. Contact me at herveus@gmail.com if you have an interest or reference.

    Thanks.
    Herveus

  2. How does one join the guild?

    Emma

  3. Lord Alexander Makcristyne

    Greetings from a fellow brewer of the East Kingdom Brewers guild. I wanted to let you know that in Reading Pa there is going to be a brewing event in Feb. This Facebook link will give you all the details with the event announcement on the bottom left of the page. In your are interested in coming or teaching please let us know, we’d be glad to have our fellow brewers to the south.

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Annual-Brewing-Festival-of-St-%C3%86gir/1556566744563598

    • Duly added to our calendar. Thank you for your gracious invitation! Can you say more about what goes on at this festival, for those of us who haven’t been there? It’s a brewing festival, so it’s undoubtedly fun…

    • Thanks for the invitation! Reading is within striking distance… it would be great to organize an Atlantian contingent…

      • Michael of Roxbury Mill

        so now that it’s 2015 and we’re getting closer to the above event, thoughts on participating?

  4. Christopher Mehl

    I’m so glad to have found this site! I love brewing, and hope you guys can help me “get medieval” with my beer.

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