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Old 01-01-2010, 04:37 PM   #1
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My name is Felipe, im from Porto Alegre, a southern city in Brazil, close to Argentina. I've been digging beer since 12, but used to drink the largely distributed brazilian pilseners, cause that was what used to be avaiable around here. nowadays the imported beers are easier to find, and theres brazilian small companies that are putting quality beers around, so my interest on this specific beverage is growing immensely. im a fan of strong red ales, stout and weizenbock beers, but im just getting to try everything.
And, off course, i dream of brewing my own beer and that brought me here to the forum. I hope i can learn from you guys, I know that the brewers on the US are expanding and it has become a cultural mark around there. i will probably have some hard time to get kits and tools and probably will have to build some stuff, but i want to make this journey a funny one.

ps. i know my english is not perfect and i apologize for any inconvenience while reading my long presentation.

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Old 01-01-2010, 06:13 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forum.

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Old 01-01-2010, 07:30 PM   #3
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Boa vinda Asprilla. Try the Quilmes Stout. I found out they use a lot of colorants and sweeteners, but I still love that beer.
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Your English is much better than my Portugese! Welcome to HBT
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Old 01-03-2010, 04:39 AM   #6
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Welcome, Brazil!

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Primaries: BEER Beer (4/8/12); Fisher-Price My First Mead (12/20/10)
Kegged: Hairy Patersbier (1/28/12); Dick Beer (2/15/12); Get Yer Goat Maibock (2/22/12)
Bottled: Ye Olde Tyme Holiday Ale (9/26/10); Dick Beer (2/15/12); Candy's Dad's Homebrew (2/27/12)
Apfelweins: Crapfelwein (4/4/12); Apfelweinlager 34/70 (2/26/12)
Kit Wines: Fisher-Price My First Amarone (4/1/12); Rosso Magnifico (4/17/12)
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