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Old 01-05-2010, 02:56 PM   #1
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I started brewing on Father's day last year. I have brewed 20+ batches I made the jump to all grain after a couple of brew's. I have the space so I have also started to keg.

I ordered my hop rhizome (9 plants in October) I live on a farm so I have space. They should get here in March.

I have started to gather the tools to do some yeast slanting and want to do some yeast washing as well.

I always have more beer than I can drink alone but am always thinking about the next one.

Anyone in Central NJ looking to do some homebrew swaping let me know. I also hope to have some yeast and hops extra by the fall.

Just wanted to share my love for this hobby. This forum is the reason I could even consider doing the above.

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Old 01-05-2010, 02:57 PM   #2
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Old 01-05-2010, 05:31 PM   #3
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I am in Central Jersey. I brew when I can with hops growing at two of my friends' places - one in North Jersey and one in North Central massachusetts. My style is to use local ingredients when I can. I would love to buy some of those hops from you this fall.

My first AG batch is fermenting in my closet. I Started brewing last January.
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It never stops.

I would love to be able to grow hops but I don't think they'll do well in the desert region.

I need to finish my bar build and then it's off to experimenting with RIMS and then, who knows.
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It is incredibly addicting. The only books I have in my apartment are brewing books right now
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It doesn't stop until I have my brew in every liquor store and grocery store in the country! (I'm still just on extract in the process of going to AG!)
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I think we all have that dream at some point or another


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