In this email:
The Montgomeryville War Effort
Help Wanted in Bethlehem
Last Chance to Order Cider
Grow Your Own Hops

WAR OF THE WORTS PLANNING MEETING
Montgomeryville: Thursday, January 12, 7:00 pm
This Thursday we are holding a planning meeting in Montgomeryville to prepare for the 17th Annual War of the Worts, the largest homebrew competition in the region. The War of the Worts is organized by, and benefits, the Keystone Hops Homebrew Club. We strongly encourage all Keystone Hops members to attend, and anyone else who is interested in helping us get cool prizes for the competition. If you can help out but cannot attend the meeting, please email us at waroftheworts@keystonehomebrew.com and we’ll be sure to get you involved. For more information about the competition, check out the Keystone Hops website: http://keystonehops.org/wotw/

HELP WANTED IN BETHLEHEM
Keystone Homebrew Supply is looking to add a full-time employee to our Bethlehem team to keep up with the insatiable demands of our growing customer base. We offer competitive wages, flexible hours, benefits (including a great employee discount!) and a fun work environment. If you are energetic, self-motivated, and excited about providing great customer service at a fast-growing homebrew store, then please fill out our online employment application:  http://www.keystonehomebrew.com/employment-application/
Questions can be directed to Judy (at our Bethlehem store).

LAST CHANCE TO ORDER CIDER
We are taking final orders for our last apple cider pressing of the season – a custom blend from Solebury Orchards. Supplies are very limited; get your orders in by tomorrow (Tuesday, January 10) if you would like to reserve any: https://www.keystonehomebrew.com/tabs/meads-cider/fresh-cider/

ORDER HOP RHIZOMES
Order hop rhizomes now, and receive them in April to start your very own hop garden! You can spend as little as $3.95 per rhizome, while the vines can grow up to 30 feet and produce up to two pounds of hops every year. If it’s your first time planting rhizomes, we recommend planting two of the same type together for the best chance of survival. Don’t worry if you’re not a practiced gardener; we have a great article on our website with all the information you’ll need. Pricing is as follows:
1-4 rhizomes: $4.95 each
5-9 rhizomes: $4.50 each
10 or more rhizomes: just $3.95 each!
Order online: http://www.keystonehomebrew.com/2012/01/grow-your-own-hops/