In memory of Jon Mains and the many thousands of dollars he raised for Movember, we are putting together a team (male and female) to raise funds for this cause.
I’m sure many of you are familiar with how this works, we will simply be doing this as a team. For those who are unable or do not wish to grow facial hair, Emily Storey will be committing to a “Move” distance. This will involve running a targeted distance and raising funds that way.
Mo Bros – Basic “rules” are, you shave on the morning of November 1st. Completely clean, like a baby’s bottom. Then, you grow a magnificent (or, in my case, horrific) mustache for the rest of November. You can promote your Movember page easily through social media and raise money through donations.
Mo Sistas – In the past, the Move distance has had great success. It’s a commitment to reach a target amount of running or walking in a month. This is used as an action to drive donations through the month of November. These activities can also be promoted through social media by using activity trackers like Strava, Garmin, or Fitbit.
Jon was a serious contributor to Movember and I think this will be a great and fun way to remember Jon participate in something charitable.
Monday 11 June at 7:00 PM Northern Maverick Brewing Co.
115 Bathurst St, Toronto, Ontario M5V 2P9 MAP
June’s speaker is John Jenkinson, who has been in charge of brewing at Folly Brewpub since late last year. John started brewing while completing a PhD in Philosophy at Western University. One of his favourite aspects of brewing at Folly is the spirit of experimentation and creative freedom through which he develops his craft. He gravitates towards mixed-fermentation ales with subtle complexity that are dry and refreshing. He loves exploring interesting flavour combinations by using new hop varieties or fermenting in oak. John is going to talk about Continue reading June Meeting: The Journey to Folly Begins with One Beer→
Hold on to your butts! I am by title the Operations Manager for Supply Chain Division. Really, I’m mostly an implementation consultant for Warehouse Management Software. Have fun figuring out what that means.
What got you into homebrewing?
Pretty certain I was walking in Loblaws one day and noticed a can of extract they were selling. No idea if they still do or not but I was intrigued by the idea of being able to brew at home. I persisted through so many terrible beers and eventually learned a little bit. Continue reading Member Profile: Clayton Hoy→
I appraise commercial real estate. I’m an AACI, which basically means I value the stuff that banks lend on and developers spend way way too much money on. The bulk of my time in the past year though has been concentrated around starting and marketing Katalyst Brewing Company. We are listed in the LCBO and will very shortly be in stores!
What got you into homebrewing?
If I recall, I was sitting talking to my father, and somehow beer came up, I had tried making wine a few times, with varying success, and he said “I don’t think that’s a great idea, not sure it’s that easy”. Of course, I have spent the past couple of years throwing home brewed beer at him. I won this round Pete!Continue reading Member Profile: Mark Verok→
I recently received my PhD in Medieval History and Book History and Print Culture from the University of Toronto. I study the history of bookmaking, and wrote my dissertation on the Ethiopian scribal tradition.
A: I am a high school science teacher by day. But that’s not *entirely* outside homebrewing. Long ago, when I taught OAC Biology, I used brewing to illustrate enzyme activity and metabolism while making 50 mL batches – call it a femtobrewery.
By day I work as a Television Editor at Corus Entertainment, by night I’m a Prud’homme Beer Certification instructor and have been working with my business partner and fellow home brewer Pietro Caira to put on People’s Pint events and eventually open a brewery together. Continue reading Member Profile: Doug Appeldoorn→
I’m a database administrator and software developer. For the last 10 years I’ve worked in the IT department at Havergal College, an independent K-12 school for girls. I’ve also had the pleasure of coaching the senior softball team at Havergal since 2008. I’m also co-founder and organizer of the People’s Pint Brewing Collective where Doug Appeldoorn and I bring home brewers together to showcase their talent and creativity. Continue reading Member Profile: Peter (Pietro) Caira→
Join us for a visit to Escarpment Laboratories for a presentation on yeast with Q&A, followed by visits to Barncat Artisan Ales and Block 3 Brewing, then dinner at Abe Erb Brewing.
Tickets are $40/person for the trip, plus the dinner and any beer/merch you want to buy at the breweries. There is a limit of 56 (the capacity of the bus), so please don’t hold-off if you’re interested.
10:00am, depart Toronto from Downsview station parking lot (easy parking and TTC).
11:15am Escarpment Labs
1:00pm Lunch (TBA)
2:30pm Barncat Artisan Ales tour/tasting
5:00pm Block 3 Brewing tour/tasting
8:00pm Abe Erb dinner
10:30pm return to Toronto
Because of the size of our group, Abe Erb has provided us with a condensed menu, and is asking that each person preorders their dinner. This way, they won’t run out of anything, and everybody will know what their dinner will cost (tax and ip inculded) so we can pay on one bill. The menu is as follows:
Caesar Salad $10
Farro Salad $10
Village Salad $10
Bone Marrow $11
Nachos (meat or veggie) $11 or $14 with meat
Poutine (meat or veggie) $12 or $15 with meat
Charcuterie board $24