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Otis The Drunk 06-06-2007 06:38 PM

Fellow Brewers in the Texas Panhandle????
 
Are there any besides me?????

Lil' Sparky 06-09-2007 04:33 AM

People actually live up there... on purpose?

Seriously, we visit Tulia ever so often because my wife has family there (and in Happy and all over that God-forsaken place) but I try to make those trips as short as possible. ;)

If you're ever down in Aggieland, let me know and stop by for a homebrew.

PurdyGood 06-10-2007 11:57 PM

I'm from Muleshoe originally, but live in Galveston for medical school. Just one more year! Not a brewer, yet. Still in the research and convincing-the-SWMBO phase. Can't wait to buy some equipment and get started, though! I need to find something cheap to get started, then I think SWMBO will be thoroughly convinced after she tastes some of the delicious nectar!

BierMuncher 06-11-2007 12:36 AM

I spent the first 7 years of my life in Amarillo. I still remember dad driving us to the shelter of highway overpasses during tornados. I remember my first chore ever...? Tearing out the tumble weeds that gathered against our garage wall/vegetable garden after a dust storm.

I also remember ...at a tender age fo 6 1/2....the taste of BBQ at a place called "Underwoods". Man, I can still taste those baked beans and have not experienced them since.

TxBrew 06-16-2007 01:13 AM

I live in Central Texas. Would like to get a event organized for all us Texans but not sure if there is any interest?

INeedANewHobby 06-18-2007 07:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BierMuncher
I also remember ...at a tender age fo 6 1/2....the taste of BBQ at a place called "Underwoods". Man, I can still taste those baked beans and have not experienced them since.

I just moved back to Lubbock from Amarillo....and never saw such a place. I have however been the Underwood's in Brownwood, Tx (delicious!)

Otis, thanks for all of your help and suggestions so far on my Bock recipe (MattC On Ale-ian site)! Where are you located anyway?

Otis The Drunk 06-20-2007 11:20 PM

I'm Located in Wheeler Tx.
Way on the eastern side of the panhandle.
The only person I know in Amarillo that Brews right now is 2ndStage, and I don't think he's been on the Ale-ian site since it was redone.

TXbrew, I would love to have a Texas get together.

Ryanh1801 06-21-2007 03:57 AM

A Texas g2g would be cool. To bad this state is so big.

Drunkensatyr 06-21-2007 03:10 PM

Yeah, A Get together sounds great. Austin is prolly the most central area.


Anytime someone around Dallas wants to grab a beer or brew, I'm up for it.

fa1321tx 07-03-2007 06:19 PM

Why did this stop?
 
This is a good Idea why did it just stop? Texas is big but with Southwest airlines if you plan ahead you can get close to most places in Texas pretty cheap! Also because Texas is so big there should be many homebrewers. You should keep this idea going! We could just do the brewery tour thing we have St Arnolds & Shiner close me in Houston. But I would love to get out of this humid place so you guys come up with a place and a date!


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