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blowmax10 09-29-2009 04:54 AM

Trying to start a club in Joplin Missouri
 
I've randomly ran into a few people around the net from my area and would like to start some sort of a brewing club in the Joplin Area

If anyone wants more info, please check out this blog that I have started


http://joplinhomebrewclub.blogspot.com/

brewslut 09-30-2009 03:40 AM

Starting a club
 
Good luck and keep at it, clubs are fun and informative. you will find yourself thinking of different techniques that you may have overlooked b4.

blowmax10 10-27-2009 04:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by brewslut (Post 1578908)
Good luck and keep at it, clubs are fun and informative. you will find yourself thinking of different techniques that you may have overlooked b4.

Thanks for the support!!

I'm going to promote the heck out of this thing and target some of the people that I know are interested in the hobby but have never taken the plunge before

I'm thinking about having a basic brew day at my house

Pretty much, I would put the word out and then brew a basic extract beer and teach anyone who will listen about this great hobby

Like I said, I know a few people that are interested in the hobby but might be a bit intimidated by it. I hope to show them how easy and rewarding it is.

Thanks again - and if anyone wants to leave some positive feed back on the blog that would be great

http://joplinhomebrewclub.blogspot.com/

sudbuster 10-27-2009 04:52 AM

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Originally Posted by blowmax10 (Post 1635412)
Thanks for the support!!

I'm going to promote the heck out of this thing and target some of the people that I know are interested in the hobby but have never taken the plunge before

I'm thinking about having a basic brew day at my house

Pretty much, I would put the word out and then brew a basic extract beer and teach anyone who will listen about this great hobby

Like I said, I know a few people that are interested in the hobby but might be a bit intimidated by it. I hope to show them how easy and rewarding it is.

Thanks again - and if anyone wants to leave some positive feed back on the blog that would be great

http://joplinhomebrewclub.blogspot.com/

PM Bobby M. He's had a time, but has got one stared to my knowledge. I'm sure he will be glad to give you some help.

blowmax10 10-27-2009 05:46 AM

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Originally Posted by Sudbuster (Post 1635451)
PM Bobby M. He's had a tme, but has got one stared to my knowledge. I'm sure he will be glad to give you some help.

tme?

sorry


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