I was honored to be asked to brew a batch of beer for my niece's wedding this weekend. I brewed a Schwartz beer in honor of the groom, and the bride requested a hard apple cider. As a backup I brewed a Dark American Wheat. There were around 150 people there to attend the ceremony so the brew was only a part of the refreshments made available for the guests. This turned out quite rewarding for me in the sense that many people got a chance to taste and comment on my beer (and first batch of cider, a kit). The comments on the lager ranged from puckered up faces that said "where's the Keystone Light" to "I love the roasty crispness can I please have another". As it turned out the groom only got one glass of the lager because the picture taking took forever and the homebrew went fast. We slipped one in to him in between photo shots. The Cider also had different comments from "umm yummy" to a little swallow and "Oh no thank you." There have been several comments from brewers about being asked to brew for a wedding, and about what they were brewing, but not a lot of comments as to how things went. As I said I was honored, and really enjoyed the different opinions offered, even from the people who preferred the "yellow fuzzy beer". All in all the experience was fun and I think that if asked by another family member or close friend I would do it again. Anyone else want to share experiences of how beer for a wedding gift came out?