Join the Club

Join the Club

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As we all know, the Internet and these various forums are a fantastic source of information. As the participation of this forum has grown and more of us have been interacting and brewing together here in the Southern California area, the decision was made to make BrewCommune more than just another Internet forum and make it into an AHA registered club.
What's the difference between the club and the website? The website was founded on the idea that all this knowledge should be free and that will never change. A real club does have more costs though and will require members to pay dues. However, it's important to note that no one will be required to pay dues to continue to use the website, it's forums, blogs and photo galleries.
So what do you get for becoming a BrewCommune Club Member instead of just a Forum User?

As a BrewCommune club member you will Get:


  • The opportunity to compete in BrewCommune Club Only competitions 
  • Access to the information and the schedule of Club Only competitions BrewCommune will be involved in
  • Access our 10% discount at the Riverside Beer, Beer, and More Beer
  • Access to additional club-only forums on the BrewCommune website
  • Information on the group buys (hops and grain at VERY cheap prices)
  • Information on monthly meetings (aka the taster series)
  • Invitation to Club Brew days
  • Invitation to Club Events - camping, fishing, diving, pub crawls, etc
  • Club beer appreciation nights - Hosted by other BrewCommune members to discuss a style (a small tasting charge may apply for each event)
  • Absolutely Unregulated Classifieds Section: Parts for sale/trade, barter, house sit, pet watch, etc

In exchange for these great benefits, you will be asked to provide the following:

Pay club dues of $20/year.

Volunteer to help with the following:
  1. Beer University Professors - post questions once a month from the BJCP exam, and receive answers 
  2. Beer Journalists - post an article once a month in the soon to be released BrewCommune newsroom
  3. Code Developers - help make BrewCommune the most technically advanced and aesthetically appealing homebrew site on the web
  4. Plan a meeting or other tasting event once a month 
  5. Host a club-only competition.

 


The BrewCommune website is based on community and the Club is no different. We realize that we have users around the world and that by its very nature a club appeals to local users, but as we are still in our infancy, we welcome your comments and suggestions! What else could the club offer to get you to join? Are their other events you would like to see happen?

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