Local Brew Club Resources
Kansas City Bier Meisters - We meet the 3rd Friday of each month. Meetings start at 7:00PM and include a combination of sharing beer, club business, presentations, feedback and more!
Johnson County Brewing Society - The club meets on the fourth Thursday each month at 7:00 PM, except November and December. We welcome brewers of all experience levels and people who are only curious about homebrewing.
ZZ Hops - We meet on the 3rd Monday of the month. Meetings start at 7:00 and include a combination of sharing beer (homebrew or commercial), club business, demos/lessons, feedback sessions and a fair amount of social time. See the calendar to learn more
Lawrence Brewers Guild - The Lawrence Brewers Guild is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the enjoyment of homebrewing and to promote the responsible use of alcoholic beverages. 7 p.m. the second Thursday of each month (except December and otherwise indicated on the events calendar)
Missouri Mashers - Missouri Mashers meets on the second Wednesday of each month, 7pm, at American Legion 318 Legion Hall at 11 Main St, Parkville, Missouri 64152. You must enter through the door on Main Street. Do not enter through the Alley Bar entrance.
816 Pack - 816Pack hosts monthly meetings on the 3rd Thursday of each month. Our unique experiences and love for beer, mead, cider, wine and all fermentations brought us all together. Wanting to nerd out with others with similar passions brought us to form 816Pack.
Kansas City Cellarmasters - Membership in the Greater Kansas City Cellarmasters is open to individuals in the area involved with winemaking. We have a broad range of members, from professional wine makers and vineyard owners to beginning home wine makers and spouses who enjoy the fruits of their labors. If you are just beginning to make wine or are interested in learning more about winemaking, our experienced wine makers will be happy to share their knowledge and expertise.
Our club holds monthly meetings typically include wine tasting, appetizers, and a program centered around wine making and appreciation. Members who have won an award may provide tastes of the winning wine and discuss the process they used to make it. Or, several members who have all made a similar style of wine may bring samples so that we can compare and contrast the techniques the winemakers used and the taste of the finished products.
If you would like to join, contact us at GKCcellarmasters@gmail.com