Duneland Homebrewers Association

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Founded in 1995, The Duneland Homebrewers Association is the

premier homebrew club in Northwest Indiana. We have re-located our meetings

to the Jackson Farm's Subdivision Clubhouse in Jackson Township (Westville).

T Our meetings are social interactions

and activities centered on the foundation of homebrewing. Our main goal

is the promotion of the hobby and enjoyment of homebrewing. We discuss

beer and brewing techniques, working together to expand our brewing

horizons. We strongly support the attitude of responsible use and enjoyment

of beer as an alcohol-containing beverage -- we strongly believe quality

beer is a drinking thing, not a drunken thing.

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  • September 10, 2013 at 10:46 PM
    Never brewed a hard cider, but I've looked into it and most use wine yeast. Check out BYO's new issue. Quite a bit of cider info there.
  • September 6, 2013 at 01:45 AM
    Making a hard pear cider any advice ? Was thinking of using a Ale yeast [IMG]http://maps.google.com/maps/api/staticmap?center=41.611190,-86.690958&zoom=14&markers=41.611190,-86.690958&size=400x300&sensor=true[/IMG]
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