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Location: Southern Oregon
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I love this forum you have here. Recently I've been getting into homebrewing beer, wine and meads and thought there must be other likeminded permies who are doing it or are interested in it. How would we go about creating a subtopic that it could fall under?

Also, on a seperate not, one thing i've noticed on other forums but don't notice on here is a way to view all your thread history and reply history, as well as ability to find another users thread history.

Oh and one more thing! I think it would be useful to require users to list their location, that shows up under their name on posts. I think it would help when people post to know where they are, so the replies can be more specific, especially for region-specific questions.

Keep up the good work!
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Feel free to start a homebrew thread.  I suggest putting it in the cooking/food forum.

Click on my name, you will be taken to a reports/personal info page, scoll down to find a link to my recent posts
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Here you go. I love homebrewing and discussing it, would love to do so within a permacultural/sustainable/natural context.
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