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Old 02-21-2007, 02:00 PM   #1
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Default Maryland HBT.com Meetup

Just figured I wolud start a thread since we've seen a lot of Maryland members in the last few months (including myself). Does anyone have interest in a Maryland get together/brew out?

I can offer my place in the spring, although I live in a townhouse with a 10x14 fenced in yard, so it would be a bit small...but I figure we could have 5-6 burners going. If anyone has a bigger place and wants to get together, post it up here (or if you just want to get together and can't host anything).

I was figuring on Early/Mid April or Early May. Who's with me?

If everyone responds correctly over the next 24 hours, here's the list of confirmed attendees:

jezter6 - guy in the orange hat
Cap'n Jewbeard - guy in the mets hat

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Old 02-21-2007, 05:14 PM   #2
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I'm in the same boat vis-a-vis townhouse space, so that effectively nixes the collective brew... BUT, it would be nice to get everyone together to share and enjoy some brews, at the very least.

Consider me in! (I'm in Columbia).

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I wouldn't mind meeting up at Duclaw this summer sometime. Maybe we could plan it around one of the release nights. Those are cool because you get a free glass with the beer--and Duclaw's food is awesome.

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Where's Duclaw?

I'm hoping to make it down to the DC/Maryland/VA area something this spring or early summer, it would be awesome to meet up with peeps down there (BIL's in College Park, we visit him about once a year). I wouldn't be able to brew, but I'd be able to drink. Need to plan something in advance, but it would be awesome to have a big get-together (on 7/7? )

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http://www.duclaw.com/

Couple of locations near Baltimore. I'll see if I can find dates for the summer releases and maybe we can plan something out.

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Schedule of releases....

http://www.duclaw.com/whatsgoing.asp

Mayhem sounds good to me!! Is late May too early to do dis?

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Let's shoot for the location in Fell's Point- when we're done at DuClaw's, we can while away the rest of the evening in the numerously awesome bars that litter the district.

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Let's shoot for the location in Fell's Point- when we're done at DuClaw's, we can while away the rest of the evening in the numerously awesome bars that litter the district.
Cool. That is the one I've been to. Makes it easy for me to find it again.

I think the May 23-24th release of the Weizenbock really works well for us--SWMBO gets back from atar that week and she'll have a bunch of free days off. We'll bring the boy with us and maybe hit DC the next day.

I know Bird said he'd maybe be around during that time...does this work for everyone else? Either day works for us....BUT I WANT THAT FREE GLASS!!!!!!!!!!
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May actually might be too early for me, depending on SWMBO. She's doing her Master's dissertation sometime around then, I'll check what the date is. So, she'll either be:

Too busy for a road trip
Needing lots of daddy help because she's so busy
ABSOLUTELY ready to get out of town for a while.

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That sounds like a great alternative to a brew together. I still wouldn't mind doing a giant group brew/homebrew sharing fest. As nice as it is to go get a good micro/import, it's just as awesome to have a dozen homebrews from the group as well.

Maybe we can do the May 'get together' and also a 7/7 brew together? I'm just not so sure about that 7/7 weekend because it's so close to 4th of July.

Mmm...wiezenbock. My fav wiezenbock is Victory Moonglow, so I hope this one is as good.

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