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Old 01-13-2012, 02:00 PM   #1
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Default Looking for North Central Texas Brewers

Hey, I live in a small town called Bowie (like Jim not David) located between Fort Worth and Wichita Falls, Texas. I'm looking for local brewers to meet, talk, taste beer, and possibly brew with. I just realized the other day that I have never tasted any homebrew made from anyone other than me. I have a lot of beer drinking friends but what do they know about good beer, not a lot let me tell ya. Living in a rural area there are no homebrew shops close by so most of my supplies and equipment I get through online order. I've learned a ton from this forum, The BN, and the books and mags I have but there is nothing better than being able to talk to a real person and taste each other's beer. If you or anyone you know lives close to me let me know, I'd love to meet you.

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Old 01-13-2012, 02:02 PM   #2
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I live in Burleson, just south of Fort Worth and am a member of Cap and Hare Homebrew club. Not sure where Bowie is, I have heard of it though.



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Looks like your 2 hours from me. Maybe someone else closer will chime in. Good luck.

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Old 01-13-2012, 03:35 PM   #4
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I'm about 5-6 hours depending on Austin traffic. If you are ever in south Tejas, let me know.

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I live in Burleson, just south of Fort Worth and am a member of Cap and Hare Homebrew club. Not sure where Bowie is, I have heard of it though.
Yeah, that's a little too far to do too much together but it's nice to know. Depending on traffic it's around and hour and a half (according to Google). What Homebrew shop do you call your own?
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I live in Keller but that's still far out. I would imagine there are some brewers in Denton.

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I live in Keller but that's still far out. I would imagine there are some brewers in Denton.
I work in Denton so that wouldn't be too bad. There are bound to be some brewers around here but they might not be on HBT. I thought about putting an ad in the local Shopper and newspaper too.
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Yeah, that's a little too far to do too much together but it's nice to know. Depending on traffic it's around and hour and a half (according to Google). What Homebrew shop do you call your own?
Stubbys Texas Brewing in Haltom City.
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Stubbys Texas Brewing in Haltom City.
I've never heard of them. Do they have a website? That's only an hour or so away from me, I might have to go check them out sometime.
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No website yet, they have the best prices, cleanest store, and most everything you need. I drive past 3 local home brew stores specifically to go to this one. I can pm you the address and phone number if you like.



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