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Old 03-18-2013, 11:54 PM   #1
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Default Brand New Brewer. Cecil County Maryland

Hey everyone. New to everything home brew (beer of course). I'm reaching out to my fellow Marylanders for help as a beginner.
With that said, I just made my first home brew with mr. Beer. It's fermenting now n will be for the next 3 weeks or so before bottling. It'd be great if anybody local could point me in the direction of aLHBS. Thank u

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Old 03-19-2013, 12:17 AM   #2
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Howdy. I use How do you Brew in Newark as a LHBS. Nice people and convenient.

http://www.howdoyoubrew.com/

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Old 03-19-2013, 12:24 AM   #3
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Yea. I was there before a few years ago. But I was only 18-19 years old so the owner wouldn't sell me anything. Can't say that I blame him. But with all honesty, it was for the art of brewing. Not the alcoholic beverage it created. I was wondering if there are any other LHBS around the cecil county/Newark area. Thank you very much for the information though.

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No. You can drive all the way up to Chad's Ford, but they don't have a lot. Otherwise your going to Lancaster or towards B-more.

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Well I'm in Towson at least one weekend a month. Where is this LHBS in the Baltimore area located? N is it worth going to and checking out?

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http://stores.mdhb.com/StoreFront.bok

http://www.nepenthehomebrew.com/

http://www.thirstybrewer.com/

Haven't been to any of them, so have to comment.
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There well within my range. Ill definitely check them out. Thank you very much

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Welcome to the madness.

Brew a ton before you buy any serious equipment (that way you'll buy based on what you need not what you want).

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The Thirsty Brewer in Baldwin is nice. Very helpful dudes in the store.

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It seems like they're helpful. I'd like to try to make it to their beer brewing sessions the first Wednesday of the month.

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