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Old 05-02-2013, 10:50 AM   #1
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Headed that way in a little while. Figured I ask around to see if the group had a reccomendation!
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Old 05-02-2013, 11:07 AM   #2
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I frequently go to Maryland homebrew in columbua MD. I thinks they're great. I gave visited Annapolis homebrew, it was lovely but I don't have enough experience with them to tell you if they're great or suck. There is also one in Frederick Md. The flying barrel I think. Never been. Those are thd only three I know of in Msryland
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What part of MD are you looking?

I primarily use Maryland Home Brew in Columbia. Love that place. They always have what I need. Always busy in there, so I'm confident they're turning over inventory/ have fresh ingredients for me. any staff I've ever interacted with have been professional and seemed knowledgeable. Sometimes they seem a bit pricey but its worth it to me.

Flying Barrel in Frederick is a little smaller, but really nice guys there. They're right on my daily commute, so great for replacing the occasional broken hydrometer, etc.
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I'm going to be somewhere in Anne Arundel county. Working on finding a place to rent. I hear its a good school district for the kids. Which one of those shops would work best for me? (Only have a vague notion that I'm going to be south of Baltimore... right?)
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Annapolis Homebrew will be your closest. I've never been there, but know a few guys who have been and said good things.
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Thks coldcrash, I appreciate the heads up. :-) Now to bottle everything I've got going for the move...
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Thanks captwalt for the insider scoop on Annapolis homebrew. I'll be checking them out when I arrive. :-)
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Haven't been to Annapolis home brew yet, it is new. I go to MD HB in Columbia quite a bit (too much). They have been around a long while and expanded. Both have internet presences that might give you a better idea of what both have to offer:

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The cool thing about the FLying Barrel is that they are a brew on premise shop, they are the closest to us and know what they are doing. WVMJ
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Ok! Now that I'll be working just one job, I can take time and check them out. How about brewclubs? My sister sent me link for CSI in Baltimore, but do any of the clubs meet @ the shops? That's how my club here in CT does it.
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