Session Beer Day: Time to get together and brew

Session Beer Day was started by Lew Bryson to bring more attention to enjoying a few tasty pints while hanging out with friends, family, etc without “ruining you”.

A session beer, as defined by Lew Bryson, has a ABV under 4.5%. Although others feel that less than 5% ABV is also fitting.

To commemorate […]

ALE Club meeting / Water Chemistry presentation – April 21, 2016

The club meeting will be on Thursday April 21st, 2016 from 6:30 to 8:30pm.

It will be at Stone Cellar Brewpub 1004 S. Olde Oneida St. Appleton, WI in the taproom.

We will be having a presentation on water chemistry. Bring your questions about water chemistry and how it effects your beer.

Lite American Lager brewing / intraclub competition May 19, 2016

To all ALE Club members & upcoming members,

At the last meeting we decided to have a small intraclub competition. The premise is to brew a lite american lager for the May 19, 2016 club meeting. If you already have a lite american lager or plan on brewing one that will be ready by […]

ALE Club Nonic Half Pints

ALE half pint nonic

The ALE Club now has half pint British nonics for sale!

These glasses are certified British half pints and feature a laser engraved reproduction of the ALE Club logo. The glasses are $7.00 each or 4 for $25.

See Byron if interested in purchasing one or several of these great looking glasses. (the picture […]

What are the Health Benefits of Beer?

Check out the article to find out more!!!

See the article here.

Also, under the picture in the article it states the Flying Dog Brewery plans to end shipments to more than a dozen states beyond the east coast!

Disease-fighting beer? Now that would be the perfect brew!

Rice University students are trying to develop beer that could fight cancer, heart disease and diabetes.

Forget about running down to your local watering hole for a couple brewskis, or to the store to pick up a 6-pack. Instead read what a bunch of properly motivated Rice University students are brewing up in the lab: […]

How lager yeasts came in from the cold, twice

“Yeast strains used today to brew lager have two genetic ancestors, not one as previously thought.

The discovery may explain the origins of the two major categories of lager today, described in the trade as the “Saaz” beers such as Pilsner and Budweiser, and the “Frohberg” beers such as Orangeboom and Heineken.”

Read the entire […]

Charities & Civic Groups

Through the activities of the Appleton Libation Enthusiasts Homebrew Club we help support the following Charities & Civic Groups:

Neenah Rotary Club – Uncorked & Uncapped Wine & Beer Tasting Supports charities of the Neenah Rotary Club.

Oshkosh Jaycees – Brews n’ Blues Charity Microbrew Festival Benefits Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services and other charities […]