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Old 11-14-2010, 06:30 PM   #1
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Hello all, I am pretty new to brewing. I have brewed 4 batches. I bottled the first 2 and keged the second 2.
I got started by a friend on a motorcycle forum I spend a lot of time on. He posted a thread of his brewing and then I visited Cape Cod Beer and took a tour. They had a starter kit and I brewed some tasty IPA. I have since bought 3 Cornelus kegs a kegerator. 2 Co2 bottles and have converted to a 3 tap. I am up and running.
Other interests are Scuba, riding my BMW R1150 GS, and snow skiing. I hope to learn a lot from from you experts


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Old 11-14-2010, 06:50 PM   #2
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Welcome from south of the border in Ashby...


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Old 11-15-2010, 01:28 AM   #3
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Welcome from south of the border in Ashby...
Thanks, What Brew Store to buy ingredients at?
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I go to NFG brewing in Leominster, Its a 20 minute ride for me.
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Welcome from Clinton MA!
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Old 11-17-2010, 05:42 PM   #6
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Welcome from Southeast Vermont!

And in reply to your question about LHBS, I go to Microbe Brewer's in Bratt. They have only been open a year or so, so they are still pretty new in the business. They tend to have really good prices on grain, hops a bit pricey, unsure of prices on equipment, as I don't need any.
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Welcome from Southeast Vermont!

And in reply to your question about LHBS, I go to Microbe Brewer's in Bratt. They have only been open a year or so, so they are still pretty new in the business. They tend to have really good prices on grain, hops a bit pricey, unsure of prices on equipment, as I don't need any.
Thanks I bought my first books there and my brew pot and carboy. Nice guy who owns it I do try to support him as much as possible. I do like to see what else is out there though. Are you from Bratt?
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Welcome from Southeast Vermont!

And in reply to your question about LHBS, I go to Microbe Brewer's in Bratt. They have only been open a year or so, so they are still pretty new in the business. They tend to have really good prices on grain, hops a bit pricey, unsure of prices on equipment, as I don't need any.
Thanks I bought my first books there and my brew pot and carboy. Nice guy who owns it I do try to support him as much as possible. I do like to see what else is out there though. Are you from Bratt? I'm actually from Spofford Sorry for the double post I guess I am a NOOB
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My office is in Bratt, so I spend a lot of time there. I currently live in Springfield (VT). Hoping to move to the Bratt area before my daughter starts kindergarten in just under 2 years.

The only other brew stores I know of are in Burlington (never been, but heard about it) and Northampton, MA (small store, but has been there forever. I haven't been in years, though, so I guess I'd verify that they still exist before heading down that way).
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Old 11-19-2010, 01:08 AM   #10
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This is a pretty good one in Nasuha http://boomchugalug.com/ I've bought some equiptment there kegs and fittings


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