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Old 08-08-2013, 04:26 AM   #21
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Just an update to this thread. It appears the LHBS in Columbus mart has closed. I went in there a couple of weeks ago to grab some dry yeast and the store is no longer there.
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Old 04-29-2014, 12:15 AM   #22
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There is actually a new shop opening up within the first few weeks of may. Just a little one man operation running out of Joe Canals on rt 130 on Delran. Ill post more when I know. The owner is a personal friend of mine


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Old 05-05-2014, 12:30 AM   #23
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There is actually a new shop opening up within the first few weeks of may. Just a little one man operation running out of Joe Canals on rt 130 on Delran. Ill post more when I know. The owner is a personal friend of mine


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Thanks for the heads up. Thats pretty close for me.
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Old 05-13-2014, 02:29 AM   #24
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Just wanted to check in here. I'm a novice brewer living in Southampton, between Medford and Tabernacle, about 3 miles from Red Lion circle. I've been to Brew Your Own Bottle a few times, that's become my choice for LHBS as they are kind of my way home from work.

I'm planning on checking out Barley Legal, but my problem is that I have to be at work Wednesday morning before 5:30am. That's getting harder to manage at 53 years of age. I'm also trying to brew every few weeks to get some "inventory" in the pipeline. I'm certainly interested in connecting with other local homebrewers so let me know who you are.

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Old 05-13-2014, 10:25 AM   #25
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Medford here also. You may also want to visit the Village Idiots in Mt. Holly. Two local guys who have gone pro.
http://villageidiotbrewing.com/
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Medford here also. You may also want to visit the Village Idiots in Mt. Holly. Two local guys who have gone pro.
http://villageidiotbrewing.com/
Friend of mine told me about that place, been dying to get there. I also like the High Street Grill, really one of the few places that I know of that brings in interesting brews.

I'm in Eagles Mere, just off Pricketts Mill road. Good to hear there's someone brewing in town!
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I just found out about Village Idiots the other day, and was checking out their website this morning. I might check it out this Friday after work.
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I'm planning on checking out Barley Legal, but my problem is that I have to be at work Wednesday morning before 5:30am. That's getting harder to manage at 53 years of age. I'm also trying to brew every few weeks to get some "inventory" in the pipeline. I'm certainly interested in connecting with other local homebrewers so let me know who you are.

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The meetings generally end by 9:00, and some members hang around at the bar till who knows when. It's only once a month, and it's a great time. I'm fortunate that I live only 5 min away, but you can't be more than 20 minutes or so. Looking at the Barley Legal Brewers map there are at least a half dozen members in your immediate area.

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Old 05-27-2014, 12:20 AM   #29
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Hi Ken

I brew In a bag in Willingboro. Have been about 18 months. I keg everything.

Currently out of town. Would enjoy connecting with you. I find barley legal helpful but meetings are so noisy I have a hard time sharing info.


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.....I find barley legal helpful but meetings are so noisy I have a hard time sharing info.
Yes this is an issue, acoustics in the room is terrible. One thing that a group of us did recently was to organize a bottle share meet to chat and swap brews. I was out of town at the time, but I got a bunch of stuff to try, and give feedback on.

I brew in my cramped, low clearance basement so my brewdays are pretty much limited to me. Other members regularly announce brewdays with open invitations to other members to stop by to hang out, or brew. Don't let the monthly meetings dissuade you from joining. Lots of other stuff goes on.

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