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Old 02-21-2012, 06:13 PM   #1
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We should do a gathering. Swap beer, talk shop, throw something on the grill, etc.



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Old 02-21-2012, 07:23 PM   #2
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I'm down! Name a time and a place and I'll try to make it, I love grillin' and I love drinkin' and I especially love trying other peoples homebrew.



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I've got a deck, a grill and a keezer for those who keg. I am south though (Lemon Grove) so might not be the best choice for a socal gathering. I'd be down for doing something though. If nothing else but to get everyone in touch with each other and maybe start something regular.

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Well I am close to you but that means I am just as out of the way for everyone else, for those LA, Orange County and San Bernardino areas. I wonder if anyone else from SoCal on HBT knows about this section of the forum? I just found it today.

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Pretty sure it was just created today, lol. This was the first, and only, post until they started moving stuff into it from other sections of the forum.

I figured those who bookmarked the "new posts" link and use that to view the forums, like I do, would see my post anyway.

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Old 02-22-2012, 08:14 PM   #6
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I'd definitely be down, just let me know when!

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Old 02-23-2012, 03:07 AM   #7
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any San Diego folk in here north county area

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This is a great addition to the forums. I'm down for beer swapping, I live in clairemont. I'll have out my Tall Dark and Hoppy black IPA soon. Picking up some ingredients for my next batch today @ homebrew mart in linda vista which will be a pale ale. Down the line a big brewday sounds like a good idea.

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Im definitely game for this. I will be bottling a 12 pack of my Imperial March Imperial IPA tomorrow and kegging the rest.

I'm 5 minutes Northwest of downtown LA.

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I just got a batch of apfelwein started, and I am letting my accidental 1.090 OG Pliny chug away. My Kolsch clone just started lagering as well. I think I have the most full fermenters I've ever had! In other words, soon I'll have lots of booze ready.



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