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WHEN HOMEBREW LEAVES THE HOME

Forbidden Root was contacted by the Homebrewers Pride of the South Side (HOPS) in April. In reality,
WHEN HOMEBREW LEAVES THE HOME

Forbidden Root was contacted by the Homebrewers Pride of the South Side (HOPS) in April. In reality, it was our brewer Phil Zelewsky, a long-time friend of the organization, who was contacted and arranged a meeting. Phil goes way back with HOPS. The homebrewers reaching out to Forbidden Root, Al Nichols and Tommy Saldana, are a few of his buddies.

HOPS reached out to see if Forbidden Root was interested in participating in their annual Maifest celebration. Every year the gathering features 20 homebrews created by members of their club, a massive spread of home-cooked food, and a few brews donated by professional sponsors.

Beyond the typical donation, HOPS had a bigger ask: that brewers Nick and Phil would judge the competition and brew the winning beer on Forbidden Root’s 15-barrel system.

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