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Aust1227 01-30-2008 07:09 PM

Calling all Orlando (central Florida) Brewers
 
Hey guys,
A buddy of mine and I are interested in getting together a bunch of brewers for a spring beer tasting and home cooking. Anyone interested. We are in Mt. Dora and would like to do his sometime in April. So get your beers ready and respond to this post if you are interested!

COMMITTED
Austin - Beer - SmuttyNose brown dog clone - Home made chili
Pike - Beer Boddingtons Clone - Dish Chicken breasts with a white sauce
Chris - Beer TBD - Dish BBQ Ass of pig
Sherpa
Plan9
Bayes2112
HoppyPete

Chris_Dog 01-30-2008 07:28 PM

Count me in!!!

I can bring BBQ, I have a large pork butt that I can smoke.

Aust1227 01-30-2008 08:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chris_Dog
Count me in!!!

I can bring BBQ, I have a large pork butt that I can smoke.

I figured you might be the first to respond! Sounds great! I am thinking April 19th. Does that date work?

I have a kegerator that can hold four cornies, so if you want one of those spots you are welcome to it.

email me at Aust_1@yahoo.com and I can get an e-vite going.

bibi_mwewe 02-01-2008 02:22 PM

Hi there. My boyfriend and I are just getting into brewing, and we might be interested in dropping by (I'm mostly around Gainesville these days, and he's in Sarasota). So, I'll probably PM you offlist soon.

Also, since hopefully there's other locals checking this thread out, are there any recommendations on homebrew supply shops in the Gainesville area? I'm new here (having temporarily relocated from Reno, NV), and could use some advice.

Thanks a lot; hope to meet you all in April!

ArcaneXor 02-01-2008 03:41 PM

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Originally Posted by bibi_mwewe

Also, since hopefully there's other locals checking this thread out, are there any recommendations on homebrew supply shops in the Gainesville area? I'm new here (having temporarily relocated from Reno, NV), and could use some advice.

Thanks a lot; hope to meet you all in April!

There's Hogtowne Ale Works on University Avenue (just west of 34th Street), though they tend to be quite pricey.

CGengo 02-03-2008 04:06 AM

Hey. I may be interested in joining in. I'll have at least some Apfelwein I can bring. How far is Mt. Dora from Leesburg? I'm in Wesley Chapel but visit the imlaws in Leesburg regularly.

Chris

Sherpa FE 02-03-2008 01:54 PM

Mt Dora and Leesburg are pretty much next to eachother.
Count me in, is it going to be pot-luck food, and then the beer tasting?
Sounds like it will be a good time.

Aust1227 02-04-2008 06:08 PM

Nice! Sounds like we are getting a good group together. I will keep an eye on this post. April 19th is the date to remember.

The plan is to have Pot Luck and beer tasting!

I have a kegerater with four ports for corneys. If you want to reserve one of those ports, then please drop me a line. Otherwise, plan on bringing bottles or your own keg/distribution.

Go Gators 02-04-2008 06:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ArcaneXor
There's Hogtowne Ale Works on University Avenue (just west of 34th Street), though they tend to be quite pricey.

They are a bit pricey, but every time I have been in there they are helpful. Just don't go before 2 PM because no one will be there...:mad:

Aust1227 02-07-2008 01:33 PM

Hey guys. When we all get together lets think about a bulk order of grain too!


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