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    RIP Big Kahuna!

    Yep. Sad day. Sorry to hear it. Well all toss one back in his honor.
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    Any homebrewers in the Kaiserslautern/Ramstein, Germany area?

    Yep, going strong. https://www.facebook.com/groups/129399437259378/
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    Any homebrewers in the Kaiserslautern/Ramstein, Germany area?

    Pilsner and 2-row are easy to come by in Germany. If you like Marris Otter, it is a little harder to find (more expensive) but also not really hard.
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    The 2014 NHC First Round - Results/Speculation Thread

    http://www.homebrewersassociation.org/competitions/national-homebrew-competition/national-homebrew-competition-faq/#results Sorry, here is the link Sent from my iPad using Home Brew
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    The 2014 NHC First Round - Results/Speculation Thread

    The first link in the nhc FAQ page gives hints. Looks like St. Paul is a ways off. 4 more centers are close I guess. Not sure how long the "finalizing" phase is. Sent from my iPad using Home Brew
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    The 2014 NHC First Round - Results/Speculation Thread

    Is this ****** Matt Simpson, or one of the guys that graduated from the sommelier course and won a tournament in Germany to get the sommelier title? There is a German program, much like the cicerone (although a good deal easier it's way more expensive) that graduates people I would be...
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    The 2014 NHC First Round - Results/Speculation Thread

    Yeah, what an awesome "club" the bn army is... Sent from my iPad using Home Brew
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    The 2014 NHC First Round - Results/Speculation Thread

    I agree with that, living in Germany, even if my sheets were mailed judging day it takes at least a week, maybe 2 to get to me, then I get to go to DHL and that's another 3 weeks back to the states. When I read that people in my region had results announced at the judging and have their...
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    Listen up home brewers of Bamberg!

    You will probably have better luck on hobbybrauer.de Its a German site but lots of people speak English there. I know a couple of people in the beerscene there if you want to talk to Franconian beer experts rather than homebrewers. There are a bunch of us in the Wiesbaden/Ramstein areas. There...
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    ISO Cantillon FT MadTree, Founders, Bells, White Kettle

    I can get cantillon stuff any time but shipping to you guys is outrageous. If you want to pay it though I could probably arrange. Belgiuminabox is probably as cheap as you can get it bought here and shipped though...
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    Any homebrewers in the Kaiserslautern/Ramstein, Germany area?

    It will be some time in January. Looking to be down in y'alls neck of the woods. Check the facebook group for more info. I think there is a google doodle in there looking for votes of when we should have it.
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    Any homebrewers in the Kaiserslautern/Ramstein, Germany area?

    Best malz is about 24 dollars a sack, there is a minimum buy and I dont remember exactly what it is but Im thinking 4. If you only want a sack or 2, maybe post here or to the facebook group (Ramstein fermenters) and someone else will combine orders to get to the minimum.
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    Germany Brewers - Barrel Project

    First off, if you haven't joined the Ramstein Fermenters then shame on you :) Secondly, one of our members has attained a used red wine barrel that is itching to be filled with beer. 225 liters (~59 gallons) is a lot of beer to brew. One of his favorite styles and a beer that really would fit a...
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    Any homebrewers in the Kaiserslautern/Ramstein, Germany area?

    Or if you mean brewing stuff http://www.hobbybrauerversand.de
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