If you’re not a member of the American Homebrewer’s Association, I think you should consider joining – Here’s Why
The benefits of AHA membership are numerous and valuable. Membership offers more than just individual benefits. qualifying homebrew clubs receive benefits as well.
Free Club Insurance! From The AHA, as of 11/17/17: “Clubs that demonstrate an AHA membership rate of 75 percent or more are eligible to have their general liability and liquor liability insurance premium payments reimbursed by the American Homebrewers Association. If at least 75 percent of your club’s members are also AHA members, we will issue a check to reimburse your club’s insurance premium after each open enrollment period ends annually on September 1, December 1, and March 1, depending on which policy term your club is enrolled in.” [details]
If you’re a club looking to increase membership numbers, the AHA periodically has promos to help out with that, to encourage membership. We track those. Share this page with your club to get the word out about club benefits and let people know what deals are going on to help.
Now is a great time to make a push to qualify for this benefit! The AHA is offering HBF Readers TWO free books when you join or renew. Please share this post and let your fellow local club members know about this benefit and this deal….
Let your fellow Club Members know… Free Book Offer!
The AHA loves HBF Readers! Along those lines they are offering you a special deal. When you join or renew your membership in the AHA using the link below… they will throw in a free copy of Brewing Eclectic IPA by Dick Cantwell AND a free copy of Gose by Fal Allen!
Note: You must use the link below to receive the free book
The checkout page won’t say anything about the free books. It may mention lesser value free gifts or another offer, please disregard that. Valid for US residents only. You should receive an email within 24 hours (within 1 business day) letting you know you’ll be getting the free books. If you don’t get that email (and you used the link below), please double check your inbox and junk email folder. If you still don’t have it, just contact me and I can help.