Homebrewers Association | AHA Forum

General Category => General Homebrew Discussion => Topic started by: wendyritz on January 26, 2021, 10:40:47 PM

Title: What is your affinity for homebrewing? Why do you do it? Quick survey - see link
Post by: wendyritz on January 26, 2021, 10:40:47 PM
Let others know why you are passionate about homebrewing.
Please spend 7-10 minutes on our survey which is located on home page   https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/

https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/news/florida-state-university-homebrew-affinity-survey/

Your insights just may convert some folks into becoming homebrewers. Thank you and Cheers :D
Wendy


Title: Re: What is your affinity for homebrewing? Why do you do it? Quick survey - see link
Post by: Wilbur on January 27, 2021, 12:13:23 AM
Quote
In the past 6 months, how many gallons of beer have you brewed at home? (include batches which may not have been consumable)

I'm not sure if the choices were a typo, but the most common batch size in homebrewing is 5 gallons. The choices topped out at 6+ gallons, you may get more useful information with larger ranges or a question about typical batch size. Excited to read about your results!
Title: Re: What is your affinity for homebrewing? Why do you do it? Quick survey - see link
Post by: dmtaylor on January 27, 2021, 12:10:59 PM
Quote
In the past 6 months, how many gallons of beer have you brewed at home? (include batches which may not have been consumable)

I'm not sure if the choices were a typo, but the most common batch size in homebrewing is 5 gallons. The choices topped out at 6+ gallons, you may get more useful information with larger ranges or a question about typical batch size. Excited to read about your results!

Good comment.  Yet oddly enough, since I have only been brewing 1-2 gallon batches for a while now, my own answer was 7 gallons.   ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: What is your affinity for homebrewing? Why do you do it? Quick survey - see link
Post by: wendyritz on January 27, 2021, 05:52:05 PM
Thanks #Wilber  for that suggestion!  I especially like the "batches which may not have been consumable" part- No judgement here. 
We will include that in the collection process. 7 gallons in the past 6 months -- includes the festive (as much as they could be) holidays.

wendy



Title: Re: What is your affinity for homebrewing? Tell us why you Brew! Quick survey -
Post by: wendyritz on January 29, 2021, 04:59:05 PM
Please take 7-10 minutes and tell us WHY YOU BREW!  We want to know!

Thanks for you insights!
Wendy
Title: Is homebrewing a passion or a hobby? Quick survey - see link
Post by: wendyritz on February 03, 2021, 02:42:11 PM
Thank you to those who have participated in the survey!  We need more people to take the survey before it is removed this weekend.

We are doing research on how much affinity you have for brewing.  That includes
your opinions about collaborating with others on this site and near you.

Thanks for participating! You see a report on what we found.

 https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/

https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/news/florida-state-university-homebrew-affinity-survey/
Title: Re: What is your affinity for homebrewing? THANK YOU FOR filling out our survey!
Post by: wendyritz on February 15, 2021, 04:49:18 PM
Thanks for filling out our survey.  Look for what the group feels is important and where 'you' feel the love.

Info and article coming soon.

Cheers
wendy
Title: Re: What is your affinity for homebrewing? Why do you do it? Quick survey - see link
Post by: TXFlyGuy on February 21, 2021, 12:35:45 AM
To have fresh, Euro-Lager style beers on tap in my bar...that is the main reason I brew.

No, not IPA's, or Rooty-Tooty-Grapefruit Beer.

Fest Bier, Helles, London Porter. Yes. Fresh, and on tap.
Title: Re: What is your affinity for homebrewing? Why do you do it? Quick survey - see link
Post by: Megary on February 21, 2021, 01:20:52 AM
To have fresh, Euro-Lager style beers on tap in my bar...that is the main reason I brew.

No, not IPA's, or Rooty-Tooty-Grapefruit Beer.

Fest Bier, Helles, London Porter. Yes. Fresh, and on tap.

I really appreciate a good beer, regardless of style.  Do it right, and you got me.  No prejudice against a well made beer.  So a “Rooty-Tooty Grapefruit Beer”, if done well, could really hit the spot.  Actually, that’s a great name for a nice summer beer!

All the best.