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clr

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Hello - I am a relatively new brewer and have made several great extract batches, but I now want to take the next step.

Does anyone know of any all-grain brewing classes in the PA area - either from a pub, retail store, university, etc? Thanks.
 

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There was a group that was doing a series of homebrewing demostrations in or near Pittsburgh. II don't think it was a homebrewing club but an arts org that was working with a brewery or maybe a HB club.
 

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If your close to Delaware, you could hang out for a brew session at my place. No guarantees it will go well, since I've only done 2 all grains myself! :cross:
 

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if you are in the philly area, there's a club that meets at home sweet homebrew for the philly area http://www.hopsclub.org/ and they have a couple of links to other clubs in the eastern part of the state.
 

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I'm in Lancaster county. I'd be happy to teach you a thing or three.
if I only had the time i'd love to gather around a fellow LanCo brewer (not that I consider myself a brewer, but the Mr.Beer does give you a sense of brewing talent) to learn a few things...
 
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I live near Scranton. Thanks.
 

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there is THRASH in pittsburgh, Three Rivers Association Serious Homebrewers, i'm sure one of their meetings would help out
 

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There's several good video series on all grain brewing on you-tube. Do a little reading to get some background on the process, then watch the videos... it might be all the instruction you need.
 
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