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Homebrew Clubs / Homebrew club in Lambertville, NJ / New Hope, PA
« on: July 08, 2011, 12:12:03 AM »
Hello everyone.  If there are any homebrewers out there in the Lambertville/New Hope area, please check out the google group that I created:

I know that there are some homebrewers around and I thought it would be fun to get a club together to meet up, share homebrew, talk beer, etc... You know, do the things that a homebrew club does.  If we can get a handful of people together who are interested I'm sure we can find a spot to meet up. 

I know that there are some of you out there - the guys at River Horse told me that I'm not the first person to hit them up for yeast!



Kegging and Bottling / Re: Best fridge for three cornies
« on: November 26, 2010, 12:38:31 AM »
Anybody out there with a three tap kegerator (fridge, not freezer) who can offer any advice?

Kegging and Bottling / Best fridge for three cornies
« on: November 16, 2010, 06:56:41 PM »
I'm looking for a small dorm sized fridge to build my new kegerator and trying to figure out which currently available fridge will do the job.  I'm looking to put three kegs on tap and I also want it to have the silver/black look so that it matches everything else in the room.  If I could find out what kind of fridge these guys are using, that would be great.  I have faucets, kegs, regulator, etc... so I'm not really looking for a whole new setup, just the fridge.

Any advice would be appreciated.

Yeast and Fermentation / Fining carbonated beer
« on: December 01, 2009, 02:57:57 PM »
Curious what others are doing out there to fine beer that is already carbonated.  I'm not that keen on the idea of de-pressurizing the corny keg, opening it up, and dumping a fining agent in there.  I'd be worried about introduction of oxygen, loss of carbonation, and the possibility of some kind of crazy foaming accident once the fining is dumped in. 

The New York City Homebrewers Guild is proud to announce its fourth annual homebrew competition, Homebrew Alley 4.  The competition will be held on Sunday, January 31st 2010 at the Chelsea Brewing Company located at Pier 59, Chelsea Piers, NYC. 


Please visit for complete competition rules and to register your entries online.  Online registration of entries will be accepted immediately.  Payment and submission of entries (your check or money order and the actual bottles) must be received at one of our drop-off or mail-to locations between January 8th and January 22nd.  Please see the full rules on for a list of locations.  PLEASE NOTE THAT CHELSEA BREWING COMPANY IS NOT A DROP-OFF OR SHIP-TO LOCATION.


We’ll need all of the help that we can get to pull off a successful competition, so please register to volunteer as a judge or steward on  In addition to breakfast and lunch, judges and stewards will receive experience points towards advancement in the BJCP.  All volunteers are requested to arrive by 8:45AM for breakfast with first round judging to commence shortly thereafter. 


Vladimir Kowalyk, Competition Coordinator:
John Naegele, Judge/Steward Coordinator:

The Pub / Re: Hey Guitar Players...
« on: November 17, 2009, 03:13:41 AM »
Check out this web site:

I worked off of plans from that site to build the head. 

The Pub / Re: Hey Guitar Players...
« on: November 17, 2009, 02:52:18 AM »
I don't have many good pictures of my guitars (Gibsons - SG and silverburst L6S) and my "real" amp (Orange OTR120 head and 4x12 cab), but here's a picture of the class A head and 2x10 cab I built:

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