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Brian Welch
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  • Holden, MA
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What kind of HOMEGROWN are you?
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Suburbanite Luddite
A bit about me:
Living the 19th century dream in an atomic 1950s ranch. Historical woodworking, historical homebrewing, organic gardenic are my main hobbies.
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
Chicken and sausage gumbo
Currently reading:
Country House Brewing in England, 1500-1900
Currently listening to:
80s music--1880s and 1980s.
My latest DIY project:
Making bows and arrows for my daughters.
How did you find HOMEGROWN.org?
From my friend Pam
Web site I recommend:
http://www.pbs.org/woodwrightsshop/

Comment Wall (2 comments)

At 12:19pm on November 30, 2012, Jennifer said…

Hi, Brian. Welcome to HOMEGROWN! My name is Jennifer, and I'm the flock tender here (site updater and tweaker, feeder and waterer of content). I’m so glad you found us, and I have to say, I’m pretty fascinated by your profile. Historical woodworking and homebrewing? Making bows and arrows? 1880s music? All I can say is: Please do HOMEGROWN a favor and post photos and blogs about some (or, better, all) of these projects in our member blog, The Stew. Curiosity is killing me, and I bet I’m not the only HOMEGROWN type who’d be interested. Hey, I learned something from you already: I had to google “atomic ranch.” Here on HOMEGROWN, you can always find the latest additions to the site at the top of the homepage, and if you’ve ever got questions, please don't hesitate to leave a comment on my profile page or shoot me a message. I hope you feel right at home!

At 10:13am on July 8, 2013, John F. Houpt II, PhD said…

Welcome to the Pub Brian.  You have my undivided attention with your hobby of historical homebrewing. Not speaking for Jennifer, our flock tender and arm twister for writting "101s" for the site, but I  am very interested in seeing a "101 how to" doing a historical homebrewing project. I think that would be a great adventure for most homebrewers as well as giving the community something else to add to the various living history programs throughout the United States.

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