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Home brewing in Connecticut

All Connecticut home brewers are welcome.  Discuss what you have in your carboy, where you buy your supplies, your favorite recipe, or anything else home brewing related.

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CO2 refills in CT

Started by Phil Nelson. Last reply by Jeff H Jan 25. 18 Replies

I was wondering where everyone gets their CO2 refilled in CT.  The only place I've found near me (I'm in Enfield) is a paintball shop which charges $20 for to fill a 5lb. tank.  I'd like to find a…Continue

Homebrew club near Hebron CT.

Started by Anthony Nipper. Last reply by Jeffrey C. Ballard Sep 25, 2014. 4 Replies

Hey guys...My name is Tony and I am a home brewer. I have been doing all grain for a while now and would like to find a local club and/or just some brew buddies. Do you know of any active clubs in…Continue

CT Home brew clubs

Started by Ryan Galligan. Last reply by Bryan Peretto Nov 8, 2012. 36 Replies

I have recently been looking for information about home brew clubs in CT. I have looked on the AHA website for information regarding local clubs but it doesn't list much more than contact…Continue

Cascade Kings of the Gold Coast

Started by Jay Lederman. Last reply by Daniel Schirmer Oct 12, 2011. 1 Reply

 Working on setting up a meeting area as well as times. This is a brand new club, more info to follow up at a later time. Anyone who lives in the Fairfield county area is welcome to join.more info…Continue

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Comment by Brew and Wine Hobby on February 7, 2011 at 9:03pm
Welcome to the Ct Beer Trail site guys!
Comment by Bryon Turner on February 8, 2011 at 12:35pm
Bill, can we get some of your content on here? Maybe an RSS feed from your blog?
Comment by MOJO on February 10, 2011 at 8:03pm
Bottled an Amber ale 2 weeks ago.  For my next club meeting we will be featuring an Imperial Red Ale,  and hopefully a smoked porter.
Comment by John O'Rourke on February 15, 2011 at 11:10am
Bumped up my starter to do an East Coast Lager this weekend.  Think a cross between Brooklyn Lager and SA Boston Lager with a bit more hop aroma.
Comment by Brew and Wine Hobby on February 15, 2011 at 8:44pm
Brewed over the weekend, a chocolate stout, looking pretty good.  Rich has an oatmeal chocolate stout and a brown ale both "real ale" style on our beer engine.  Dana's got something cooking up- he just raided our whole leaf centennial hops!
Comment by Paul Peloquin on March 16, 2011 at 9:37pm

I just opened a friend's latest release.  He has been home brewing for  a couple of years.  His first attempt at a "schwarzbier" otherwise known as a "black lager". 

Wikipedia link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schwarzbier

Are there any home brewers in SE CT who get together to taste beers?  I know a few home brewers who might be interested in sharing some of their beers.


Comment by Aaren Simoncini on March 18, 2011 at 4:05pm


Wil Santiago, the assistant brewer at Cottrell, formed a home brew club a few months back.  Meetings are once a month, generally at the brewery, and this would be the perfect venue for your friends.  This month's meeting is Sunday, March 27th starting at 2pm.  Also if they are interested there is a MoreBeer Group called the Whaling City Alers that generally distributes meeting dates. 

Comment by Ryan Galligan on April 19, 2011 at 9:34pm
Brewed a partial mash today. Making beer bread with the spend grains since there is so many of them
Comment by Brew and Wine Hobby on April 22, 2011 at 8:25am
Beer bread is great. Someone took the concept to a new level though.  Rich discussed a "brew bar", where they used the spent grains in an energy bar which is actually pretty darn tasty.
Comment by Chris Barnes on April 28, 2011 at 2:05pm

Aaren - Thanks for the brew club info.  I am interested in joining a club and will check these out.  Are there any members of these clubs who can provide more info?


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