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It was great seeing everyone at the April lunch meeting. Big thanks to Rebecca Tarantino for filling in and discussing with us the topic of Heat Reclaim in CHW Systems.
I hope everyone had a good time at the Golf Tournament - congratulations to the winners! If you have any feedback regarding the golf tournament (time, location, etc.) please contact Charlie Velasquez.
Our meeting this month will be a little different - we will be touring the Nimbus Brewery! We will meet at Nimbus (3850 E. 44th St) at 1:15pm. The tour will start at 1:30 and end around 2:15. After the tour we will have lunch and drinks and if you are able to you can stick around as long as you'd like.
I'm very much looking forward to seeing everyone at the May meeting!
May Lunch Meeting
Topic: Nimbus Brewery Tour
Date: Friday, May 13th
Time: 1:15pm - 3:00pm
Location: 3850 E. 44th St. (near Palo Verde & Ajo)
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2001 marked the arrival of new state-of-the-art 35-barrel high-pressure steam-fired brew house manufactured by JV Northwest. It is the crowning accomplishment in Nimbus Brewing Company's major brewery expansion that began in June of 2000 with the arrival of James Counts, Managing Partner of Nimbus Brewing Company. With almost 1,000 barrels of fermenting capacity, they boast an annual production capacity of 22,500 barrels (about 45,000 kegs) of beer. The Tucson-based Nimbus Brewing Company now owns the distinction of being the largest brewery based in the state of Arizona. Their three 150-barrel fermenters standing almost 30 feet tall and each holding almost 5,000 gallons of beer are a sight to behold for any lover of quality micro-brewed beers and are a testament to the demand for our products throughout Arizona and the surrounding region.
Note: Your lunch payment of $25 (members) or $30 (non-members)
covers your tour fee, lunch, and 2 drink tickets valid for soda or beer.
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