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Old 03-17-2010, 12:49 AM   #1
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Default Greetings from Maine!

Hello folks,

I have been lurking around for a few weeks, and decided to finally throw my hat into the arena. I took up brewing in college, and I realized recently I have been doing it off and on (as life allows) now for over 18 years. Time does fly I guess. I have recently really gotten back into brewing after moving back to Maine. Besides beer, I am exploring the wonders of fermentation in other areas, such as several meads and ciders I have aging in my basement. I am also in the process of upgrading my very, very basic all grain set up to something actually user friendly. I have seen lots of great info here, and I am looking forward to tapping into that, as well as hopefully helping others out where I can. Thanks!

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Old 03-17-2010, 03:07 AM   #2
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Welcome to the forums! All grain is definitely a step by step process. Unless you have a lot of money or an understanding wife...

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Greetings! You can sure learn a ton from this site! I highly recommend the DIY sections on building your brewery. I built many things that I learned from this site and saved tons of money. It all helps make great beer and develop a great hobby!

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