Brewnity Beer & Musician Signup Sheet
On Sunday February 22nd, 2015, from 1pm to 5pm at the Bell House in Gowanus, Brooklyn (with tickets starting at $25)
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Homebrewers of NYC will join together to showcase their clubs/stores and offer samples of their craft. All homebrewers, homebrew clubs and stores in the NYC area are invited to participate and will be provided a table for representation. If you'd like to bring beer to represent your club, or if you are a musician and would like to play, please complete this form so that organizers can know how much beer will be available for sampling at the event. Each club will be allotted a certain amount of comp tickets (no less than 5; exact number based upon amount of clubs/stores participating) for members bringing at least 5 gallons of beer.

BEER: each club is welcome to provide samples of their members creations from their table. We will provide tasting cups and ice; clubs/stores will be responsible for anything they need to serve their beer (jockey boxes/co2/ice-bins)

MUSIC: the idea is to form a homebrewer band, with rotating members to be the entertainment for a portion of the event. Once enough musicians sign on, I'll arrange some rehearsals for January up to the event.

Currently we have not allotted comps for homebrewing musicians, but if you commit to bringing 5 gallons of beer, I'm fairly certain your club would throw you to the top of the list of their allocated comps...

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/brewnity-at-the-bell-house-benefiting-city-harvest-tickets-14585209755

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Brewnow McLuvin
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Name of Club or Homebrew Store
NYC Homebrewers Guild
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Will you be bringing beer and if so, how much beer will you be bringing?
We'd just like to know volume of liquid; specifics can be discussed internally with your club or store. Thanks!
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Do you want to play/sing a song or few? If so, what instrument do you play and what style/s are your forte?
EXAMPLE: kazoo! with a focus on death metal, avant garde jazz & boleros
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