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Old 08-29-2012, 11:40 PM   #31
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Lakeview is nice. You will like it. Check out Brew Camp at Lincoln and Belle Plaine in Northcenter for brewing essentials. Their selection has expanded significantly this year and they are competitive with prices. I brewed a pale with stuff I bought there on Sunday for only $17 since I already had hops.
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Old 09-06-2012, 09:20 PM   #32
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Lakeview is nice. You will like it. Check out Brew Camp at Lincoln and Belle Plaine in Northcenter for brewing essentials. Their selection has expanded significantly this year and they are competitive with prices. I brewed a pale with stuff I bought there on Sunday for only $17 since I already had hops.
Thanks I'll have to check it out. I'd love to get back into it even if I go back to stove-top brewing.

 
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Old 09-28-2012, 09:43 PM   #33
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I just want to say thanks for all of the advice you guys gave me a while back. I've moved up to Chicago now and been living here for about a month. I wound up in Lakeview and I absolutely love it.

Unfortunately I couldn't bring any of my homebrew equipment so I'm kind of out of the hobby for the time being. I'll still be looking for a club though to join soon because I miss it a ton already.

Well thanks again and maybe I'll see some of you around
Not to pimp our homebrew club too much...

Check out CHAOS Brew Club. We offer space to brew and ferment your beer, and the only equipment you need is a fermenter (bucket or carboy). The club has burners, pots, and mash tuns. PM me if you'd like some more info.

-Adam

 
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