Fermware goes to NHC 2014

Congratulations to Kevin Torok.  He is the winner of the $25 Amazon.com gift card!

Click here to read my thoughts on our first NHC.

Note: The contest for the Amazon.com gift card is over.

Keep reading for a chance to win an Amazon.com gift card.

My wife and I are really excited to attend our first American Homebrewers Association National Homebrewers Conference this week in Grand Rapids Michigan.  We’ll be sporting red and blue fermware.com shirts, so if you see us, please stop us and say hi.  We hope to make some new friends and hopefully others that we can work with on some future DIY’s and R&D projects I’ve been working on.

We don’t have a minute-by-minute schedule laid out yet (very unlike me).  Besides checking out the latest and greatest brewing equipment and gadgets, we plan on attending some seminars, going to each evening’s events and doing some outside activities like taking a bike ride in the Heritage Hill District and visiting some of the local breweries.

For a chance to win a $25 Amazon.com gift card, all you need to do is to make a comment on this post about your favorite piece(s) of equipment you saw at NHC or a piece of equipment you would like to learn more about or how to make yourself.  If you didn’t make it to NHC 2014 or you just like the site, please feel free to comment anyway and get entered.

While you are here, go ahead and check out some other posts or do some shopping at Amazon.com through links on this site to keep us going.  As always, don’t worry, your purchases are anonymous, so don’t worry, I won’t come to your house asking to borrow your Chuck Norris Facts book.  Actually, I already own it and it makes me laugh every time I open it.  Those jokes never get old.

 

Terms and conditions of giveaway:

  1. Entry period will be from the time this post goes live until 11:59 PM EST on Monday, June 23rd, 2014.
  2. Winner will be announced on this post by 11:59 PM EST on Tuesday, June 24th, 2014.
  3. Entries/comments will only be used for this contest and will not be added to any mailing lists or passed on to any third parties.

3 thoughts on “Fermware goes to NHC 2014”

  1. my favorite piece of equipment was the brewbug! who doesn’t want to know their gravity readings in real time? I would love to learn how to make one myself!

  2. I didn’t make it to NHC this year, but really hope to be there when it comes to San Diego in 2015!
    Also, I just wanted to mention that I found your “Homer Hopper” post very inspiring, and that it has me seriously considering following in your path.
    Cheers!

    1. Brittnell,
      Thanks for the comment. If you decide to make one, send in your pictures or if you post your build somewhere, send me the link. I like to see how others have turned out.

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