New Members - Introduce Yourself

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Oceanbear1

Re: New Members - Introduce Yourself

Post by Oceanbear1 » July 31st, 2016, 4:36 pm

Hey everyone! Just moved to KC, I am from the Missouri area originally, but spent the last 2 years in Fort Collins, CO for graduate school. Just moved back for a good job/my wife got accepted to law school at UMKC. Leaving Fort Collins and Colorado left a big beer shaped hole in my heart, but seeing all the new breweries popping up in KC leaves me to believe that Kansas City might be up the the task of filling said hole.

Jake1605
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Re: New Members - Introduce Yourself

Post by Jake1605 » July 31st, 2016, 6:05 pm

Crane will fill that hole.

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JRBoulevard_KC
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Re: New Members - Introduce Yourself

Post by JRBoulevard_KC » July 31st, 2016, 8:16 pm

Great to have you here!

And yes, you are here at the best time in history by far for the KC beer scene. Still a long ways to go, but we have come miles in the past 3 years! A fun ride for sure. cheers!

yosef1899
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Re: New Members - Introduce Yourself

Post by yosef1899 » August 14th, 2016, 3:09 pm

Hey Everyone,

Just moved to Lawrence from North Carolina for grad school. While that will be taking up almost all of my time, I always find a way to schedule in drinking a few beers and meeting others consumed by the craft. I also brought some goodies with me from the east coast that I wouldn't mind sharing/trading for some of those brews you hold near and dear.

Cheers.

DustinM
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Re: New Members - Introduce Yourself

Post by DustinM » August 15th, 2016, 7:06 pm

yosef1899 wrote:Hey Everyone,

Just moved to Lawrence from North Carolina for grad school. While that will be taking up almost all of my time, I always find a way to schedule in drinking a few beers and meeting others consumed by the craft. I also brought some goodies with me from the east coast that I wouldn't mind sharing/trading for some of those brews you hold near and dear.

Cheers.
Welcome. I also live in Lawrence. Hit me up if you ever want to share a few beers.

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Barleywhiner
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Re: New Members - Introduce Yourself

Post by Barleywhiner » August 29th, 2016, 8:43 pm

I'm back in LFK myself.
yosef1899 wrote:Hey Everyone,

Just moved to Lawrence from North Carolina for grad school. While that will be taking up almost all of my time, I always find a way to schedule in drinking a few beers and meeting others consumed by the craft. I also brought some goodies with me from the east coast that I wouldn't mind sharing/trading for some of those brews you hold near and dear.

Cheers.

tommylee06

Re: New Members - Introduce Yourself

Post by tommylee06 » September 9th, 2016, 7:09 pm

Hey,
I'm Tom. Moved to Fort leavenworth this summer for the next year. Trying to get back in the craft beer scene but it's all new now. I've been dabbling in bourbon for the last 3 years (still dabbling). Would love any insight into the area in regards to both beer and bourbon.

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EricH
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Re: New Members - Introduce Yourself

Post by EricH » September 13th, 2016, 1:07 pm

Welcome to the site, newcomers!
"Une Rochefort, c'est bien.
Deux Rochefort, c'est moins.
Trois Rochefort, faut pas le faire."

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kccraftenthusiast
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Re: New Members - Introduce Yourself

Post by kccraftenthusiast » October 9th, 2017, 9:25 am

Thanks for the approval. I'm Isaac. Glad to have come across this forum.

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EricH
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Re: New Members - Introduce Yourself

Post by EricH » October 9th, 2017, 10:56 am

Welcome! Sorry for the delay in getting you approved, I was out of town.
"Une Rochefort, c'est bien.
Deux Rochefort, c'est moins.
Trois Rochefort, faut pas le faire."

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