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Written by Mark Emiley   
Monday, 21 July 2008 21:25

One of the best ways to learn to homebrew is to brew with someone who already knows how.  Also, once you have brewed, you may want help with evaluating your beer to make it better for the next batch. 

You can find people willing to help be a "brew mentor" on this site!  First, get registered on the website.  Then go to the "WAHA Membership" section of the User Menu.  From there you can see a list of all of your fellow WAHA homebrewers.  Towards the right side at the top of the Membership List is a drop-down menu that will initially say "Membership."  If you select "Mentor" you can find a list of people willing to help you learn to brew (either extract or all-grain, depending on their profile).  You will initially see the city that they live in so you can find someone close to you. 

Similarly, if you want to find someone who would be willing to try your beer and give you feedback, you can pick "Evaluate" from the drop-down menu.  Once you find a person close to you, simply click on their profile to bring up more of their details.  You can send them a message by moving over the "Messages" bar and clicking  "Send E-Mail."

Best of luck with your brewing!

Last Updated on Thursday, 06 November 2008 09:09
 
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