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Old 07-27-2009, 04:13 PM   #1
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Default MD Summer Brewday - Aug 15th 2009- Signup Thread

Ok, since the old thread got cluttered with group logo crap and such, here's the official thread for signup and directions.

Please bring the following if you have them (in order of priority):
10g+ brew kettles
propane tanks
burners


MD Brewday - Sat Aug 15th 9:00am - Joppa MD (pm jezter6 for address).

Jezter6 + Cugel: 10g ESB in jezter's kettle
Claphamsa + RyanPA: 10g Flanders Red in Ryan's keggle
Clap + Friend: Wee Heavy in Claps's Keggle
Wscoot: Unsure


I'll do my best to update the main post here with who's brewing what.

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I'll be there. Don't know what or with who I am brweing though.

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Old 07-30-2009, 12:55 AM   #3
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I'm interested in coming and checking this out as I just started in homebrewing 0and I'm sure spending some time with seasoned vets would teach me more than a thing or two about real brewing technique.

I live in Laurel, MD (just off i95 about half way between DC and Baltimore) and rock the car-free thing. Is anyone who is attending passing through this way who might be willing to give me a ride? I'm not a sex-pervert or serial killer or anything like that and I'm happy to chip in cash for gas, buy you some of your favorite beer, or find some other way to repay your kindness. If you might be able to give me a lift you can post here, PM me, or email me @ Ryan at thecooperproject dot com.

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Old 08-03-2009, 03:59 PM   #4
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Alan,

for the flanders were using Ryans system,

im using mine to brew a wee heavey!

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For the flanders, we are using my keggle.

***Ah, crap Stefin was faster on the post. What he said.***

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Old 08-03-2009, 06:24 PM   #6
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Thanks for getting this new thread up and running Alan. Glad to see it confirmed that we're splitting the ESB.

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It's all good. I'll get the recipe from Stephin this week and will grab the ingredients this weekend.

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mmm bitter! (this is why i need 6 taps!)

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I'll also be there. Whether I brew or not will probably be a last minute decision. I'll be bringing my keggle, propane tank & bayou burner.

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If anyone has a batch that they want to split let me know - a co-worker is interesting in attending, but like me is an extract brewer and doesn't have the equipment for all grain batches.

Thanks!

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