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Seven+ years of homebrewing experience backed by an extensive network of craft beer enthusiasts, professional breweries and brewers, as well as restaurants and pubs, makes joining ABREWCADABREW a no-brainer.
Members take part in regular meetings, tasting sessions, and workshops to hone their skills and share knowledge. They also receive discounts on homebrewing equipment, craft beer, and are automatically entered to win monthly contests and prizes.
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