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Old 05-29-2007, 12:50 AM   #1
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Hello:

I know there is the Green Mountain Mashers in Burlington - but was wondering if there are nay homebrew clubs in southern VT/NH area ?

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Old 05-29-2007, 02:43 AM   #2
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Take a look here.

http://www.beertown.org/homebrewing/listings.asp


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Old 05-29-2007, 10:56 AM   #3
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In addition, it's not a club, per se, but "Yankee Ingenuity" gets together to brew every once in a while (bunch of us from the western MA / upstate NY / southern VT area around here). Couple folks in your general area, as well.

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Old 06-02-2007, 08:27 PM   #4
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HI:

Thx alot for the welcome, and the info ... sometimes feel like a voice in the wilderness, since I know no other homebrewers, but would really enjoy comparing notes and perhaps suds with others.

If possible, wld like to get together at the next spontaneous meeting of Yankee Ingenuity.

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Old 06-02-2007, 10:42 PM   #5
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Windham's over by Brattleboro, right? Glibbidy's over there, we've brewed at his house before. I'm about an hour and a half from there, but I've hosted get-togethers before and I will again, probably sometime over the summer. Stick around the forums, there are lots of great folks here to compare notes with and to bounce ideas back and forth. No one should feel alone when they've got HBT!
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I've hosted get-togethers before and I will again, probably sometime over the summer.
I'd probably trek that far to brew with you - might even get SWMBO to come along!
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Old 06-11-2007, 01:11 PM   #7
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I'd probably trek that far to brew with you - might even get SWMBO to come along!
That's definately an incentive!

I'd love for Yankee Ingenuity to get together every three months or so, those are always a great time. Maybe we can bum Glibbidy into hosting again - he's a little more central than I am, if we want to get some of the eastern-MA folks (like Kai) out there.
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Old 06-11-2007, 04:34 PM   #8
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Quote:
Originally Posted by kappclark
I know there is the Green Mountain Mashers in Burlington - but was wondering if there are nay homebrew clubs in southern VT/NH area ?
I do not know of any active homebrew clubs in this area. The closest one that I do know of is the Valley Fermenters down in the Greenfield, MA area. The contact person for the club is Charlie Olchowski.
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Windham's over by Brattleboro, right? Glibbidy's over there, we've brewed at his house before. I'm about an hour and a half from there, but I've hosted get-togethers before and I will again, probably sometime over the summer. Stick around the forums, there are lots of great folks here to compare notes with and to bounce ideas back and forth. No one should feel alone when they've got HBT!
Windham is close to Bratt, prolly 35-45 minutes away. Your not alone with your addiction, there are at least seven homebrewers in Vermont.
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That's definately an incentive!
I'd love for Yankee Ingenuity to get together every three months or so, those are always a great time. Maybe we can bum Glibbidy into hosting again - he's a little more central than I am, if we want to get some of the eastern-MA folks (like Kai) out there.
It would be my pleasure to host another event. That thread will be coming along any day now.

 
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I do not know of any active homebrew clubs in this area. The closest one that I do know of is the Valley Fermenters down in the Greenfield, MA area. The contact person for the club is Charlie Olchowski.

Windham is close to Bratt, prolly 35-45 minutes away. Your not alone with your addiction, there are at least seven homebrewers in Vermont.

It would be my pleasure to host another event. That thread will be coming along any day now.


Are you involved with the Valley Fermenters at all? I'd take a drive out that way (Greenfield's only about an hour for me) to meet up with some more homebrewers.
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Old 06-11-2007, 06:30 PM   #10
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I have not been able to make it to any of their gatherings. I think they get together in Deerfield, MA the third Tuesday of the month or something like that.



 
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