1. To question the existence of the Montrose Beer and Gun Club is like asking if there is really a Santa Claus, an Easter Bunny, or if dreams really do come true. The psychological and philosophical implications of such a judgment are beyond the scope of this writer: indeed the scope of most of the members of the club, both past and present. In short, it’s your call.
3. No. All the club records were destroyed when the club house blew-up December 26, 1999, and no one seems to have a very clear memory as to just what occurred at any given meeting or event. The only trustworthy accounts of events are the Helga Biermeister Chronicles which started appearing in the weekly paper, Houston’s Other in February of 1999. The club will try to make these available in their entirety as soon as possible. (See "Selections From Chronicles")
4. Download application form, fill out, and enclose check or money order for appropriate amount, and you will receive an official T-shirt and a lifetime membership card entitling you to all benefits and honors. Official order form.
5. Glad you asked. Not only do we have our casual t-shirt, we know have our "formal shirt", a couple of really sharp hats and our very own cookbook. See the official order form for details.