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Boulder, Colorado 80302 USA
April 1, 2012

Dear Alabama AHA, BA and Support Your Local Brewery Members,

Please help legalize homebrewing in Alabama!

The American Homebrewers Association is working with a group of homebrewers in Alabama to legalize homebrewing in the state.

House Bill 354 is scheduled for a vote before the full House on Tuesday, April 3.

How Can You Help?
Please email each member of the House Representatives, simply and politely requesting them to vote yes on HB354. In addition, please call the Representative for your district and politely request that he/she vote in favor of HB354.

To make this task easier, the Alabama homebrewers leading the legalization effort have created a web page where you can copy and paste all of the Representatives' email addresses into one email message, or to click two links to automatically populate the bcc field of an email message.

If possible, please also consider attending Tuesday's House session. A large showing will demonstrate to state legislators just how important this bill is to Alabama's homebrewers. The session begins around 1:00 pm on Tuesday. Dress accordingly.

Alabama State House
11 South Union Street
Montgomery, AL 36130

Thank you for your support of homebrewers. Your action could make the difference in whether or not this legislation becomes law. Please forward this message on to any other Alabama residents/businesses that you feel would be interested in supporting this bill.


Charlie Papazian

Brewers Association

Gary Glass

American Homebrewers Association

Support Your Local Brewery

Please support House Bill 354

Calling your elected officials is easy. A staffer will answer the phone. Tell the staffer your name and where you're from and tell him/her why you're calling and why the issue is important to you. He/she will thank you for your call and that's it. There's nothing to it. It will only take you a minute or two, but it makes all the difference.

- Stott Noble, Homebrewer