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Events / AHA NHC app
« on: June 01, 2016, 07:05:45 PM »
Will the AHA NHC app rolled out in San Diego be updated for Baltimore?

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Beer Travel / Stillwater in Baltimore
« on: May 30, 2016, 01:06:04 AM »
Anyone from the Baltimore area know if there is anything (taproom, gift shop for bottles) at the Stillwater location listed in the NHC site for local breweries? I thought all of the beers were still "gypsy brewed" where there is capacity/collaboration, and the bottle of G13 I had last night shows as brewed by Crazy Mountain in Denver. I found one bar that had a significant amount of taps/bottles of Stillwater beers, if nothing to see onsite then tasting would be the best. 


...digging a bit more on the new Stillwater site "of Love and Regret" is the place for Stillwater beers, confusing when BreweryMap shows a different location but the AHA map appears correct.         

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Homebrew Clubs / AHA Club Insurance Program
« on: August 07, 2014, 02:37:58 PM »
I can't find e-mail address to contact the AHA directly so I hope someone from the AHA will see this and respond.

With the new Club Insurance program I understand that it covers clubs in many locations for meetings etc. However in some states (North Carolina) there is a Dram Shop law that holds business serving alcohol liable for their patrons. This law also extends to homeowners serving alcohol to guests in their homes. Would this new insurance cover club functions in member's homes or would the Dram Shop law override and the homeowner would be liable for anyone consuming alcohol at a club sponsored party? Our club normally provides funds to members to cover party expenses, could this be considered a rental agreement for the home or is that too shady for circumventing the Dram Shop laws and allowing the club insurance to be the payer in the event of an insurance claim? All of this is just for clarification for what specific venues the club insurance covers.

Thanks,
Steve

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