I would do an extract first, It's complicated enough as it is. I am in West valley and go to SLC frequently. Check out my ad on ksl search ibrewwithuAnyone local to the Salt Lake area that would be interested in getting together in the near future to help out with my first brew ever?
I agree I'm gonna do that as soon as I get a chance. I've already checked it out but it didn't appear that there was very much activity. Let's get this going.NivekD said:How bout you guys hit the group button at the top of the page and join the Utah brewers group. Maybe we could get a little more activity goin' and set up some meet and greets. Would love to hang out with some local brewers.
Theres no sense in coming to SLC right now, yule freeze your eyes shut! I'm glad we have a expert taster for taste testing! LOLI'm not CURRENTLY in SLC, but will be in late March/early April if any of you have any offerings for me to taste while up there for a week. I'll be mostly in Magna hanging out at the RC track(IRCR), but if anyone want a self-proclaimed professional to taste-test their brew(s) we can meet up. hehehehe Stay strong SLC brewers!
Not Illegal any more, kinda takes some of the fun out of it! LOLNot to hijack, but I have a question: Does Utah have laws against homebrewing? I know you have to go to the state liquor store for (real) beer, so I was wondering if they frown on homebrewers. My brother lives in Cedar City, UT and I wouldn't want to get him in trouble with the law.
Your welcome. I also think its a great shop. I buy pretty much everything but hops there.Thanks I stopped by Salt Lake Brew Supply today. Was on a job site right by the place. Awesome store and the guys working helped out quite a bit with some random questions I had. Would be worth the 15 min drive any day to get help like that.