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Old 07-03-2013, 02:40 PM   #31
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Yet another 'Cuse brewer. Just racked a blueberry wheat to the keg. I hope it's carb'd for 'Merica day tomorrow!



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Old 07-19-2013, 07:16 PM   #32
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Working on making the move back up to the Syracuse area. Spent some time checking out a few places in the area and took a day trip down to Ithaca Brewery stopping to check out a couple other places including Hopshire. Beautiful area, looking forward to spending some time exploring some more. Started brewing my own and moved all my equipment to my buddy's house in Cicero so if anyone is local let me know. Have 3 kits fermenting now. A Furious IPA clone, a Gumballhead clone and a belgian saison split into a ginger and tart cherry. Planning on putting a mashtun together when I make it back up in a week and trying my hand in all grain. I'm also working on putting together a business in the area and have my eye on an old gas station on main st right off of bear. Aiming towards a craft beer cafe type of thing with a convenience store and fill up type of theme. Always looking to meet new people that share the same passion so message me!



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Old 07-20-2013, 04:03 AM   #33
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Working on making the move back up to the Syracuse area. Spent some time checking out a few places in the area and took a day trip down to Ithaca Brewery stopping to check out a couple other places including Hopshire. Beautiful area, looking forward to spending some time exploring some more. Started brewing my own and moved all my equipment to my buddy's house in Cicero so if anyone is local let me know. Have 3 kits fermenting now. A Furious IPA clone, a Gumballhead clone and a belgian saison split into a ginger and tart cherry. Planning on putting a mashtun together when I make it back up in a week and trying my hand in all grain. I'm also working on putting together a business in the area and have my eye on an old gas station on main st right off of bear. Aiming towards a craft beer cafe type of thing with a convenience store and fill up type of theme. Always looking to meet new people that share the same passion so message me!
I live up in Clay. You talking about the old Mobile across from Harbor Freight?
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Old 07-20-2013, 06:22 PM   #34
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No its down a little further across from the laundry mat.

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Old 08-01-2013, 12:57 PM   #35
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Fellow brewer here in Brewerton. I have been doing extract kits and have 7 or 8 batches under my belt. I am slowly acquiring equipment to start AG batches. I picked up a keg (traded a coworker a case of homebrew for it lol) and cut the top out myself. My 10gal igloo mash tun is complete, just need a HLT and a few burners to cook on outside.

I've also been playing around with 1gal mead batches. I have 5 jugs going, but they won't be really good for quite a few more months. I am thinking of trying a cider next with one of my empty carboys.

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Old 08-20-2013, 08:02 PM   #36
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Hope everyone's summer has been eventful. We will be placing a bulk order within the next week. Anyone looking for supplies, bulk grains, or equipment let us know. This will save you shipping cost and keep your grains or supplies at good price. PM me or call us. You can also visit our website at ajsbrewerysupplies.com . Supplies will arrive first week in September. So go thru your needs and let us know...even if its small item we can serve your needs.

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Old 10-11-2013, 01:57 PM   #37
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Hello All,

I am in Camillus, New York and looking for a good crowd to get together and brew with.

I have been brewing for a few years, mostly in the winter months and accrued several recipes under my belt, all of them with in the same base recipe. I mostly brew Wheat beers, but, am itching to venture out into an IPA soon. I am strictly an all-grain brewer and have not had a chance to do the extract brewing. Maybe one day.

Looking to make new friends and educate myself and others.

My website is below. Look forward to making new brewing buddies.

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Default LaFayette NY Brewer-Syracuse Beer week

Just found this thread, I live just south of syracuse. When I find free time (which isn't too frequent with 2 young children) I've been brewing extract but I'd like to get into all grain at some point as well as kegging. If anyone else lives down this way feel free to PM me.

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Old 11-15-2013, 02:32 AM   #39
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Any one know where to get a c02 take refilled?

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Any one know where to get a c02 take refilled?
I go to Brown Carbonic, near carrier circle.


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