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Old 05-04-2009, 03:14 PM   #1
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I'm thinking about joining up an Atlanta Homebrew Club -- anyone know anything about them? ...like which is the best? lol


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The Insert Name Here Brew Club has many of the local HBT members. No really all that formal of a club, but we do have brwe days and other gatherings. I am a proud member.

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Old 05-04-2009, 03:31 PM   #3
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Insert Name Here Brew Club - Check out INHBC.org - We are based mainly out of HBT members... still a new start up largely unorganized and we (I am a member) have occasional meetings/brewdays in the Marietta/Acworth area. We have discussed getting more organized in the future, FWIW.

Covert Hops - Check out CovertHops.com they are a bit more organized and I have been to one of their meetings in Decatur and it was a good time, just way too long of a drive for me.

Chicken City Ale Raisers - Check out ccarhomebrewclub.com they are a fairly organized club... they win everything all the time.. they probably win more competitions than any GA club. I believe they are based out of the Gainesville area, but that is about all I can tell you.


I would suggest you attend a few meeting and see where you fit in the best and have the most fun. I am sure all of these clubs are full of great guys! You are certainly welcome at that INHBC meetings for sure!!!
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Awesome info guys -- anyone know much about the BrewMasters of Alpharetta?

And is the name a work in progress or is that the actual name of the club? haha
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Gauging from the pics I'm seeing...it looks like INHBC is the youngest by a good margin.
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The name started as a work in progress... then it just sorta stuck.

I am not familiar with the Brewmasters of Alpharetta actually, I didn't even know it was a club... I thought it was just the name of the competition, but I appear to be wrong.
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Gauging from the pics I'm seeing...it looks like INHBC is the youngest by a good margin.
Oh yeah, we've only been around for a matter of months. There were so many of us in the north ATL area and on HBT, it was really only a matter of time before we formed.

We have several members that are entering the BMO open so it seems like we are at least showing some interested in being a "competition oriented" homebrew club. But, I dunno how long it would be before we even considered hosting a competition.
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Count me in. Do I need to do anything before listing INHBC as the club for the Brewmaster's Open?

What do I need to do to sign up? (I'm assuming you guys are taking in more members :P )
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You ATL guys should check out Monday Night Brewery. They are 3 home brewers that are in the process of going pro sometime next year. They brew every Monday night except when they can't (tonight for example).

I follow them on twitter and they are very knowledgeable, funny and eager to share in the beer culture of Atlanta.

Go to one of their brewouts and let me know what you think.

http://mondaynightbrewery.com/
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Count me in. Do I need to do anything before listing INHBC as the club for the Brewmaster's Open?

What do I need to do to sign up? (I'm assuming you guys are taking in more members :P )
Just head over to INHBC.org and register for the forums to keep up to date with all of our fun stuff. As far as entering under our name, go ahead and put us down as your club on your Competition Entry Form. It will be nice to have a bunch of entries... I think we're up to at least 5 or 6... maybe?


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