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Saturday, October 29 • 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Brewing/Vintning Meetup

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Craft beer is a growing phenomenon, and fans are involved in both the brewing and drinking of beer, wine, or cider. Roundtable discussion of brewing and vintning, and a tasting will follow in the con suite (must be 21 to partake).

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Meg Ward

Active Track Coordinator, MileHiCon
Meg Ward is a longtime science fiction enthusiast whose hobbies include roller derby, beer brewing, cryptography, convention running, and fiber arts. She resides in Denver with three cats, two geeks-in-training, and an equally geeky husband.

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Chris Ward

Chris Ward works as a video editor to finance his obsessions with movies, books, and homebrewing. He lives in Denver and is conspiring with his wife to make sure their daughters grow up surrounded by geek culture.

Emily Hash

Emily Hash is the producer and official book reviewer for Beyond the Trope, a Denver-based podcast for nerds. She was an elementary school teacher for nine years before launching herself into the great unknown of a new career. She cannot live without books, tea, and a furry companion, preferably of the feline persuasion. She lives in Denver, Colorado, with her husband, Giles, and their master, Edmund the cat.

Giles Hash

Giles Hash is an aspiring YA sci-fi author with a passion for stories that entertain first and make readers think second. His career has taken many turns, but Beyond the Trope is by far one of the best paths he's chosen on the road to publication.
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J.T. Evans

J.T. Evans writes fantasy novels. He also dabbles with science fiction and horror short stories. He is the president of Pikes Peak Writers. When not writing, he keeps computers secure at the Day Job, homebrews great beers, spends time with his family, and plays way too many card/board/role-playing games. He originally spawned in the desert-ridden lands of west Texas, but got out of there as soon as he could. After a year in San Antonio and a year... Read More →

Saturday October 29, 2016 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Bristlecone Ground Floor