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Old 06-20-2010, 04:38 AM   #1
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Default Homebrew club bylaws/constitutions?

I joined my local home brew club several months ago along with several other new members. Some of the old members have asked a few of us to bring some structure into the the meetings to give it a little more polish and a more professional feel. I was wondering if any one here had any copies of bylaws or constitutions they use for their a local homebrew club that they might be willing to share so we can have some place to start from. Thanks.


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Old 06-20-2010, 04:45 AM   #2
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im not in one but if i were to be id make it that no moochers allowed(ppl drinkin every1 elses homebrew w/o bringin their own once in a while)if enough people are in a walkable distance or have designated drivers make one day every once in a while a scheduled homebrew taste testing day...


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Old 06-20-2010, 05:00 AM   #3
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I just GOOGLED "homebrew club bylaws" and got this:

http://www.deadyeast.com/DYS_by-laws.htm
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This is my towns brew club + bylaws.

http://www.aleclub.org/wp-content/up...nstitution.pdf
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while not in a homebrew club I am in an RC Club (radio control) and we follow Roberts rules of order google it
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I belong(ed) to a conservancy which followed Roberts Rules, and it really helped keep things on track sometimes.

I have been thinking about starting up a club in my town, if there is enough interest. But I'm not sure I want to get into anything TOO organized. But it would be nice to share some equipment, knowledge on occasion.
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Our clubs bylaws - http://www.omahops.org/club/bylaws.html
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+1 on RRO
It keeps everything in line.

Or see if anyone in your club is an Elk/Eagle/Shriner. If they've been to meetings they will have seen it. If they were on the floor, they'll know it

Check out your council meetings too - In person or local access channel if you have one...


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