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Newfoundland, Canada to be exact(and you better know how to pronounce it
properly!)  Newf-en-land!  NOT Newf-en-lund.


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My mate was telling me how the rest of Canada makes jokes about Newfies like
we make jokes about Tasmanians.

It was even funnier cos he was asking some high up manager at work who
happens to be Canadian....and also happens to be from Newfoundland.

--
Josh Button
To see how the Penrith Gaels Cricket Club is going...
http://penrithgaelscc.4t.com
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On Sat, 21 May 2005 00:24:24 GMT, "Mundy Pond"

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Well you being from there I'll accept that that is the correct
pronunciation.  Seems odd tho that the first two sylables, get trashed
but theres a fuss over the third.

None the less Newf-en-land it is.

Avery
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Brew on brother!
SW US desert

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and how do you pronounce "screech"
"oh my aching head" is how i say it.

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my 1st batch which was an acceptable failure. I am currently drinking
my second batch which is an acceptable success. Have had to put my next
batch on hold since the In-Laws are coming to stay and the wife would
prefer the spare room to be free of fermenting beer. She had to wait
until I had steralized everything before telling me that!


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Halfway between Seattle and Spokane Washington.

Ryan

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Ottawa, Ontario
Canada

No other Canucks, eh?

Eric







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About 40 miles south of that.
You got any local brew shops up there, Ryan?

Karl S.

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Karl S wrote:

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Sounds like we are probably in the same town. I usually don't put Yakima
because folks say, "where".

To answer your question, no. I go to Seattle 6-12 times a year taking my
son to hospital and pick up my stuff while I am there. I am always
willing to split a 50lb bag of grain when I get back up and running this
fall.

Ryan

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Yep, Yakima it is!
By your description I was guessing Ellensburg.
I'm still using extract kits, no all-grain stuff so far.
I still have an unused Brown Ale kit left over from this spring, so I'll
have something to play with when it cools down a little. I also like
Listermann's Porter kit.

I've sometimes wondered about this town. They grow hops and grain around
here, as well as fruit (apples!) and there are also honey producers...
and yet there are no local brew shops for any possible beer, mead, or
cider brewers. Very odd.

Karl S.

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Karl S wrote:
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I am out in Terrace Heights, just moved into a new place and while
unpacking came across the brew equipment. I will be rebuilding my
brewery this fall. I have a coworker who also brews, and a brother who
is very interested. I figure on about a batch a month. If you want we
could definately get together.

jrcase at charter dot net

I am about 30ish and went to East Valley.

Ryan

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g'day

ian c
deception bay brisbane,Q  formerly blacktown( sydney)



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Central Texas

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Tom Adams
imcelt2@txcyber.com

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I probably already responded to this at some point, but...

Two Rivers, Wisconsin.

FYI, if you're thinking about growing Hallertauer hops in Wisconsin, don't
expect more than 7 hops on the entire plant during the first year.  Maybe I
should try something easier like Cascade next time.  Or maybe I should just
look forward to the second year when I might get lucky and double my crop to
14 hops.  ;)

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Dave
"Just a drink, a little drink, and I'll be feeling GOOooOOooOOooD!" --  
Genesis, 1973-ish



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HEHE!!!  I'm in ENC (Eastern North Carolina).  This year (my first ever) I
tried Magnum (my favorite kettle hop) and Perle (why Perle I don't
know)...the Magnum grew about 2 feet long, turned brown & died...then grew a
bunch of smaller bines at the base that grew about 1 foot each.  The Perl is
about 5 feet long...not a cone in sight on either set of bines & I planted
them both around midmarch.  Next year I think I'll try Cascades as well, I
really like Cascades.  If I had 7 cones I'd be jumping up & down with
excitement!!!!

Kent

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Monroe, Michigan


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Victoria, Australia

Phil
--
 Profanisaurus #4

Beeriod [n]
 Weekly malady suffered by men after a night on the pop.  Symptoms
 include headache, moodiness and a bloated stomach. "Leave me alone,
 woman, my beeriod started this morning."

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Kingston, Ontario, Canada


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South East Wisconsin
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San Diego, California.



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