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I'm relocating!...

Postby Mesa Maltworks » Mon Oct 04, 2004 5:13 pm

Effective November 1, I am leaving Main Street Brewery and taking over the Deep Creek Brewery in McHenry, MD. Therefore, my e-mail address and other contact methods will change. I will not be able to view the forum for a while after I move until I can settle in and get a new net connection.

Eric
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Good Luck!

Postby DreamWeaver » Wed Oct 06, 2004 6:32 pm

Mesa,
Good luck in your new move & employment adventure and hope you get back to the boards soon. Meanwhile I'll be thinking up some tough Homebrewing Q's for ya! :D As I/we all appreciate your expert advice to us Hobby Homebrewers.

Cheers!

-DW
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Re: Good Luck!

Postby Mesa Maltworks » Sat Oct 09, 2004 9:30 am

DreamWeaver wrote:Mesa,
Good luck in your new move & employment adventure and hope you get back to the boards soon. Meanwhile I'll be thinking up some tough Homebrewing Q's for ya! :D As I/we all appreciate your expert advice to us Hobby Homebrewers.

Cheers!

-DW


Thanks for your good wishes. And hey... "hobby homebrewers?"... no, just BREWERS. The best beer I've ever had was a homebrew. A homebrewer can produce just as good of a beer as any professional given proper knowledge!

Eric
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Postby caosesvida » Sun Oct 17, 2004 2:12 pm

I agree I think the homebrewer has a great advantage, with only 5 or ten gallons you can really do things ( experiment) that a big brewer can't. consistancey over batches is not as good maybe, but its the experiments that are the real gems! imho
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Postby Chet » Thu Oct 21, 2004 4:59 pm

Aw man, you can't move till I've made it down to try your Flanders Red!

You may not remember, but we discussed at the Mad Anthony's Octoberfest in Ft. Wayne - I was steward at your table for the Indiana Brewers Cup earlier this year.

Hopefully whoever fills your shoes is willing to try the same styles...

Good luck at the new brewery!
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