Sept 19: The Next Wave Breweries Bash and Mash Tun Release Party

Next Wave Breweries Bash September 19, 2015 • 5-8pm Co-Prosperity Sphere • 3219 S Morgan St Admission: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/next-wave-breweries-bash-tickets-18449903157 Join us for the relaunch of Mash Tun Journal at the Next Wave Breweries Bash! Each year Mash Tun Journal highlights emerging breweries from the Midwest by hosting an event celebrating the brewers making a mark in the craft beer industry. Featuring: Mikerphone, Transient Artisan Ales, Imperial Oak, Noon Whistle, Wild Rose, Devils Trumpet, Illuminated Brew Works, Pollyanna, South Loop, Hailstorm, + Vice District The event takes place at our headquarters and studio, The Co-Prosperity Sphere, 3219 S Morgan St in the neighborhood of Bridgeport, Chicago. Admission get you the hot of the presses copy of Mash Tun Journal #7, some Kimski KoPo BBQ, a tasting glass, and complementary tastes of beers made by the breweries featured in the new issue of the Mash Tun Journal. Admission is $25 Proceeds go the Public Media Institute, the 501 C 3 non profit, that publishes Mash Tun Journal.

The 2015 Homebrewer’s Ball Call for Beer!

Mash Tun Society and Mash Tun Journal present: The 2015 Homebrewer’s Ball Call for Beer! The 2015 Homebrewer’s Ball is our second annual homebrewers competition. The Ball takes place on August 23, 2015 at the Co-Prosperity Sphere.  The 2015 winner will have their liquid brewed and distributed by Marz Community Brewing Co. The competition is open to homebrewers in the Chicagoland area and entry to competitors is FREE! DEADLINE FOR PARTICIPATION IS AUG 1, 2015! Judging of the event is open to members of the Mash Tun Society. Proceeds of the event go to the Public Media Institute, the non profit that publishes Mash Tun Journal and organizes The Mash Tun Society. Here’s how it works: •    Any homebrewer, whether a member of a homebrewing club or not, is encouraged to enter his or her beer in the competition. There is no entry fee for competitors. •    A maximum of 25 beers will compete. You must email us to state you are going to compete. •    The Ball and competition both kick off at 3pm at the Co-Prosperity Sphere on August 23, 2015. •    Mash Tun Society members will sample competing beers and vote on their favorites. •    Four finalists will be selected based on Mash Tun Society members voting results. •    A panel of judges chosen by Mash Tun Journal will choose the winning beer through a blind tasting. •    The Winner will have their beer brewed by Marz Community Brewing Co. How do homebrewers Qualify? 1.    You need to decide if you are going to compete and then email ed@mashtunjournal.org  Email Ed your name, address and phone number. 2.    The competition is open to anyone, regardless of homebrew club affiliation. There are no “official club entries”. 3.    Register early! ONLY THE FIRST 25 ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED.  You must email ed@mashtunjournal.org and inform him that you will be competing. The first 25 persons to email will be put on the list of competitors. You will be contacted to receive information about your submission and the process for getting your brew into the competition. DEADLINE FOR RESERVING A SPACE TO COMPETE IS AUG 1, 2015! 4.    Only one beer may be entered per person/team. 5.    One co-brewer is allowed. Please, no brewing teams of three or more. 6.    Beers may be submitted in Cornelius ball-lock kegs or pin-lock kegs. Bottles will be accepted this year. We need about 5 gallons of bottled beer to be sampled out. 7.    Brewers must will supply all tapping equipment. We supply the sampling glasses, buckets and ice. ( We do not have 25 tanks of gas or tapping systems, sorry). 8.    Beer submissions must be dropped off during business hours at Co-Prosperity Sphere by August 22. No late submissions will be accepted! You must label your submission with your name, phone number, email and name and style of beer. 9.    Beers not received by August 22 will be disqualified from the competition. 10.    It is not guaranteed that the winning beer will be the exact beer that will be made by Marz Community Brewing Co—e.g., if the winning entry is a sour beer, we may not be able to brew it. Regardless, the winning brewer will select the recipe and work directly with Marz brewers to make the beer. 11.    The locally released beer will be a collaboration between Marz and the winning homebrewer(s) only. 12.    We cannot accept recipes for bacterially soured beers, Brettanomyces beers, beers brewed with artificial flavorings or ingredients, or beers requiring extended aging (more than 60 days) for brewing on our system. 13.    Employees of Marz Community Brewing Co. and their family members are not eligible to compete. Important Information on How to Submit Your Beer •    All beer must be submitted in Cornelius ball-lock kegs or pin-lock kegs or as bottled beer. •    Beer must be dropped off at Co-Prosperity Sphere between Wednesday, August 19 and no later than Saturday, August 22 during the hours of ( 11pm – 7pm) •    Participating homebrewers must bring their own gas, and tapping equipment, we will supply the ice and containers for your brew.
•    Any changes to your entry (e.g. different beer or name) must be submitted no later than 4pm on Thursday, August 20, 2015. Photo Credit: Carl Kleiner

Liquid Dreams! The Lagunitas TapRoom Party

Liquid Dreams! The Lagunitas TapRoom Party Join us from 5:30pm to 8:30pm on June 16, 2015  at Lagunitas Company TapRoom (2607 W 17th Street) for a fundraiser in support of Chicago’s newest FM radio Station: WLPN, Lumpen Radio. BUY TICKETS HERE: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/liquid-dreams-the-lagunitas-taproom-party-tickets-17295977735 For only $30 you get: • Complementary culinary delights by Publican Quality Meats • THREE drink tickets, • A live set by some of the best jokers in Chicago’s comedy scene ( The Comedy Butchers featuring: Mitch Nathan, Abby Stassen, Ray Holleb & James Vickery) • Audio action by DJ Major Taylor • The new issue of Mash Tun Journal featuring an in depth interview with Tony Magee • And a chance to win a slew of Raffle Prizes. All additional drinks are $ ( including rare TapRoom only beers) and the net proceeds from the tap room go towards building a new studio for Lumpen Radio. You can also purchase a $10 ticket which gets you admission to the party, but you get NO drink tickets.  You will have to spend $ for your own drinks. Additional Info: Lumpen Radio: http://www.lumpenradio.com/ Mash Tun Journal : http://www.mashtunjournal.org/

The Lager Beer Riot Reenactment! April 25, 2015

To mark the 160th anniversary of the Lager Beer Riot, Chicago’s first act of civil disturbance, and to celebrate the city’s growing beer culture, Pocket Guide to Hell and Marz Community Brewing Company are hosting an audience interactive dodgeball reenactment and beer tasting on Saturday, April 25, 2015 starting at 6 pm. The event is part of Version Festival 15 and is a fundraiser for Benton House, the historic nonprofit charitable center in Bridgeport. BUY TICKETS HERE!  Mash Tun Journal will be releasing a brand spanking new issue at the event! The Lager Beer Riot occurred at the Clark Street Bridge in April 1855. The reenactment is going to be staged in the Benton House gymnasium as a game of dodgeball following National Amateur Dodgeball Association rules. One team, consisting of representatives of Law & Order under the command of Mayor Levi Boone, is to be made up of 10 representatives of Chicago area breweries. The revolting Irish and German bar owners are to be portrayed by 10 representatives of the Bridgeport community. The Strange Brews podcasters (Alison Cuddy and Andrew Gill) are going to provide play-by-play coverage with color commentary from Randy Mosher (The Map Room, Five Rabbit) and Tim Samuelson (City of Chicago Cultural Historian). Historical referees, halftime music by Brass Inferno Productions, and a working model of the Clark Street bridge round out the experience. The Lager Beer Riot reenactment is going to consist, per NADA rules, of 10 three-minute matches, with an 11th if a tiebreaker is needed. There will be a halftime show after 5 matches are played. A beer tasting of specially brewed beers run from 6-9 pm at Benton House in the remains of the former Ramova Grill. Participating Breweries: Marz Community Brewing Company Revolution Brewing Goose Island Brewing Haymarket Pub & Brewery Middle Brow Beer Co. Urban Legend Brewing Company Spiteful Brewing Company Ten Ninety Brewing Company Cademon Brewing Company Ale Syndicate Tickets: $30 gets you admission to the Lager Beer Riot, 10 beer tickets, and a NEW issue of Mash Tun Journal. $40 gets you admission to the Lager Beer Riot, 10 beer tickets, the special issue of Mash Tun Journal, and a limited edition event poster by Kathleen Judge. (Limit 20) $50 gets you admission to the Lager Beer Riot, 10 beer tickets, the special issue of Mash Tun Journal, limited edition event poster, and the chance to play in one of the 10 dodgeball matches (Limit 10) Proceeds benefit the programs offered by Benton House  

Feb 14: The Power of Sour

  Marz Community Brewing Co presents: The Power of Sour Feb 14, 2015 4-8pm Western Exhibitions • 845 W Washington Blvd. 2nd Floor Chicago, IL 60607 Marz Community Brewing is excited to bring you an anti-Valentines Day event on Sunday, February 14th at Western Exhibitions. We have been dying to do an Art of Marz Brewing event with Paul Nudd, one of our favorite painters, trouble makers and friends along with his gallery, Western Exhibitions. Paul made the painting of the “Bubbly Creek” monster which adorns our Bubbly Creek Berliner Weiss bottles. For this event we are releasing a limited edition four color silk screened print made especially for this Power of Sour event. And Paul’s work will also be on view. To enjoy Paul’s art Marz will be sampling out our expanding line of South Side Sours. Our sour ales are made with a strain of Lactobacillus plantarum discovered by Marz Brewer, Al Robertson, and isolated by Omega Yeast labs. It’s our secret weapon in converting beer drinkers to a style of sour ales that are tart, mildly acidic, delicious and made here in Chicago. During the Power of Sour event we will provide complementary pours of our Bubbly Creek Berliner Weiss, The Duchess de Bridgeport sour brown ale and our brand spanking new Gose style beer called Ruby’s Tears. Sampling glasses will be provided by our sister project, Mash Tun Journal. A suggested donation of $15 will get you one of the prints made by Paul. If you want to guarantee you will receive one of the edition of 100 or so prints you must purchase Admission online at EventBrite. The link is below : https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-power-of-sour-tickets-15611467319 See ya there.

2014 FoBAB Winners

The 2014 Festival of Wood and Barrel-Aged Beer (FoBAB) is bigger than ever this year – expanding to three sessions over two days (Nov. 14 and 15) with over 90 breweries serving up at least 300 beers that have been in contact with wood. The beers are judged by a panel of industry experts, awarding gold, silver and bronze medals to beers in 11 categories.  This year was a tipping point for the festival. It will soon become one of the world’s most important and must attend craft beer festivals. Go Chicago! Go BRoBAB! 2014 National Wood-Aged Beer Competition Results at FoBAB Best of Show Port Brewing Veritas 013 Runner up: Perennial Barrel Aged Abraxas Classic Porter / Stout Gold: Saugatuck Barrel Aged Oatmeal Stout Silver: 5 Rabbit Barrel Aged Yodo Con Leche Bronze: Perrin Lil Griz Strong Porter / Stout Gold: Pipeworks Barrel Aged Jones Dog Silver: Great Divide Barrel Aged Yeti Bronze: 4 Hands Barrel Aged Bonafide with Cinnamin Barleywine / Wheatwine Gold: Revolution Straightjacket Silver: 4 Hands Volume 2 Bronze: Firestone Walker Abacus 2013 Classic Styles Gold: Ei8ght Ball Reintarnation Silver: Glacier Beam Marzen Bronze: Sun King Soul Shakedown Party Strong / Double / Imperial Pale Beer Gold: Revolution Filibuster Silver: Southern Prohibition Barrel Aged Mississippi Fire Ant Bronze: Rock Bottom Chicago Gin Blitz Strong / Double / Imperial Dark Beer Gold: Milwaukee Brewing Louie’s Resurrection Silver: Sun King Sympathy for the Devil Bronze: Glacier Buffalo Trace Eisbock Fruit Beer Gold: Off Color Yuzu Er’d Og Begravet Silver: Lake Effect Cerise De Michigan Bronze: Goose Island Clybourn Vainglorious Experimental Beer Gold: Perennial Barrel Aged Abraxas Silver: Breakside Aquavit Barrel Aged IPA Bronze: Temperance Boulevardier Barrel Aged Might Meets Right Wild Beer / Brett Gold: Off Color Papillon Silver: Trinity Easy Swinger Wild IPA Bronze: Oakshire Hermanne 1882 Wild Beer / Acidic Gold: Port Brewing Veritas Silver: Trinity 365 Day Sour Bronze: AC Golden Dark Creek Cider / Perry / Mead Gold: Virtue Lapinette Silver: Vermont Wyder’s Reposado Pear Bronze: Vandermill Chapman’s Oats

Homebrewer’s Ball Winners!

It was a beautiful Saturday afternoon for a beer festival in our Chicago neighborhood of Bridgeport, known as “The Community of the Future.”  Many Homebrewers and beer enthusiasts that did not go to the Great Taste of the Midwest in Madison, Wisconsin made their way down to our gallery, The Co-Prosperity Sphere, to participate in our first annual Homebrewer’s Ball. This year we had twenty two entries that competed to win the prize of having their liquid entry made by our new brewery, Marz Community Brewing Company. Our Marz project started about the same time as Mash Tun: A Craft Beer Journal some two years ago. After a grueling wait, we are finally up and running and are making some exceptional and delicious brews. You can try them all the time at Maria’s Packaged Goods & Community Bar and other fine drinking establishments throughout Illinois, if yer interested. We also poured a few brews at the Ball to let these Homebrewers know we are not fucking around. We were delighted that over 140 people showed up to vote for the final four beers that would be entered in the final round of judging by Master Cicerone, David Kahle, Marz Brewing brewer, Tim Lange, and Beer Superfreak and CHAOS Hombrewers club member, Eric Padilla. While we were waiting for the final vote tally and judging we treated everyone to The Doner Men Food truck. If you are smart you will follow them on Twitter and figure out a way to try their German Stye doner wraps, and curry wurst. My god it’s good. And the food pairs perfectly with beer. Attendees were also able to procure an on the spot silk-screened t-shirt, tote bag and/or bar towell from our best buds at Teetsy! The competition was pretty tight. There were about 10 brews within a few votes of each other. The People’s Choice was the Blood of the Bine Imperial IPA by Frank and Danielle Costanzo. And the final award winners of the Hombrewer’s Ball are as follows: Honorable Mention: Morning Rush, a Coffee & Oatmeal Stout • ABV: 8.5%  by Oscar Montenegro + Dany Reyes Third Place: Blood of the Bine, a Double IPA by Frank and Danielle Costanzo Second Place: La Ley, a Wheat Beer with fruit and peppers • ABV:5.3%  by Walter Ornelas and Oscar Sanchez and First Place went to Lazy Susan, an American-style Strong Pale Ale • ABV: 7.35% by Joe Sumrall  and Eric Franklin. We are super thrilled to have been able to taste so many great brews from Chicagoland based homebrewers. We know some of these guys will be turning pro real soon. Thanks for joining us and see you at the Ball next year! For  more awesome photos by David Ettinger please visit this link!    

Mash Tun 2014 Homebrewer’s Ball

  Mash Tun Society and Mash Tun Journal present: 
The 2014 Homebrewer’s Ball Join us at Mash Tun Society’s First Annual Homebrewer’s Competition! For $30 ( $25 for Mash Tun Society members)  you get: – Tastes of all the Homebrew entries – A Mash Tun Tasting Glass – A Homebrewer’s Ball T-shirt Live  Silk-screened by Teetsy! (supplies limited) – Vittles by The Doner Men and The Salsa Truck –  A vote for best brews in the competition. The winner gets their beer brewed at Marz Community Brewing Company – A copy of the new Mash Tun Guide to Craft Beer in Illinois – Tastes of Marz Community Brewing Co. beers Featuring beers by: Armando Cobian and Christina Cobian, Chuck Patella, Cassie Webster and Brody Webster, Kyle Shaver and Kevin Shaver, Steven Schaab with help from Mark Paris, David Erwin Merz III and Cameron Mark Cieglo, Robby Zahm and Jacques Laramie, Walter Ornelas, Joel Timm and Taylor Southworth, Chris Chesser, Sean Fitzpatrick, Oscan Montenegro and Dany Reyes, and Josh Smith TICKET INFO Non Members must visit this link for tickets. Mash Tun Society Members use this link for the discounted price. The membership password has been emailed to you. Judging of the event is open to members of the Mash Tun Society only. Proceeds of the event go to the Public Media Institute, the non profit that publishes Mash Tun Journal and organizes The Mash Tun Society. The Mash Tun Society is a craft beer and artisan food club that presents programming throughout the year in the city of Chicago. The Society was established for people who enjoy the pleasures and aesthetics of craft beer and how it intersects with food, culture, & society. The Non profit organization publishes The Mash Tun Journal and produces many events and programs like the Mash Tun Festivals, The Homebrewers Ball, the annual Art of Beer exhibition and other exclusive drinking and eating events and gatherings. To become a member of the Mash Tun Society please visit: http://www.mashtunjournal.org/the-mash-tun-society/ New members will receive complementary entry to the 2014 Homebrewer’s Ball.

The 2014 Mash Tun Homebrewer’s Ball Call for Beer!

( Photo by Michael Kiser of Good Beer Hunting ) Mash Tun Society and Mash Tun Journal present: The 2014 Mash Tun Homebrewer’s Ball Call for Beer! The 2014 Mash Tun Homebrewer’s Ball is our first annual home brewers competition.  The 2014 winner will have their liquid brewed and distributed by Marz Community Brewing Co. The competition is open to home brewers in the Chicago land area and entry to competitors is FREE! Judging of the event is open to members of the Mash Tun Society ( see below). Proceeds of the event go to the Public Media Institute, the non profit that publishes Mash Tun Journal and organizes The Mash Tun Society. Here’s how it works: •    Any homebrewer, whether a member of a homebrewing club or not, is encouraged to enter his or her beer in the competition. For free. •    A maximum of 25 beers will compete. You must email us immediately to state you are going to compete. •    The Ball and competition both kick off at 2pm at the Co-Prosperity Sphere on August 9, 2014. •    Mash Tun Society members will sample competing beers and vote on their favorites. •    Four finalists will be selected based on Mash Tun Society voting results. •    A panel of judges lead by Master Cicerone and Mash Tun Journal Editor, David Kahle, will choose the winning beer through a blind tasting. •    The Winner will have their beer brewed by Marz Community Brewing Co. How do homebrewers Qualify? 1.    You need to decide if you are going to compete ASAP. And then email ed@mashtunjournal.org Email Ed your name, address and phone number. 2.    The competition is open to anyone, regardless of homebrew club affiliation. There are no “official club entries”. 3.    Register early! ONLY THE FIRST 25 ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED. However, there will be a waiting list. You must email ed@mashtunjournal.org and inform him that you will be competing. The first 25 persons to email will be put on the list of competitors. Persons who wish to compete after the first 25 sign up will be put on a waiting list. Ed will contact you to receive information about your submission. 4.    You must be a Mash Tun Society Member to enter the event or to taste and judge the day of the Homebrewer’s Ball. And hey, you can join at the door! Brewers do not have to be a Mash Tun Society member or pay to attend. 5.    Only one beer may be entered per person. 6.    One co-brewer is allowed. Please, no brewing teams of three or more. 7.    Beers may be submitted in Cornelius ball-lock kegs or pin-lock kegs ONLY—no bottles will be accepted. 8.    Brewers must will supply all tapping equipment. We supply the sampling glasses, buckets and ice. ( We do not have 25 tanks of gas or tapping systems, sorry). 9.    Beer submissions must be dropped off during business hours at Maria’s Packaged Goods & Community Bar  by Wednesday, August 6th, with NO exceptions. No late submissions will be accepted! You must label your submission with your name, phone number, email and name and style of beer. 10.    Beers not received by Wednesday, August 6th will be disqualified from the competition, and a new entry from the waiting list will selected in its place. 11.    It is not guaranteed that the winning beer will be the exact beer that will be made by Marz Community Brewing Co—e.g., if the winning entry is a sour beer, we will not be able to brew it. Regardless, the winning brewer will select the recipe and work directly with Marz brewers to make the beer. 12.    The locally released beer will be a collaboration between Marz and the winning homebrewer(s) only. 13.    We cannot accept recipes for bacterially soured beers, Brettanomyces beers, beers brewed with artificial flavorings or ingredients, or beers requiring extended aging (more than 60 days) for brewing on our system. 14.    Employees of Marz Community Brewing Co. and their family members are not eligible to compete. 15.    Winners of the annual Mash Tun Home Brewers Ball  are not eligible to compete for 2 competitions after their winning entry. E.g., if you win in 2014, the first competition you’d be eligible to enter again would be in 2017. Important Information on How to Submit Your Beer •    All beer must be submitted in Cornelius ball-lock kegs or pin-lock kegs NO bottled beer will be accepted. •    Kegs must be dropped off at Maria’s between Sunday, August 3rd and no later than Wednesday, August 6th, during regular store hours ( 11pm – 2am) •    Participating homebrewers must bring their own gas, and tapping equipment, we will supply the rest. •    Sorry, but WE CANNOT ACCEPT DAY-OF BEER SUBMISSIONS. Beers MUST be submitted on or before Wednesday, August 6th. •    Any changes to your entry (e.g. different beer or name) must be submitted no later than 4pm on Wednesday, August 6th, 2014. Any questions? Email Edmar  ed@mashtunjournal.org ///////// About the Mash Tun Society Mash Tun Society is a craft beer culture club that publishes Mash Tun Journal and produces dozens of beer, food and art related events, such as Mash Tun Festival, The New Wave Brewers Bash, The Mash Tun Invitational, The Art of Beer and many others. How to Join the Mash Tun Society. http://www.mashtunjournal.org/the-mash-tun-society/ Dues are $50 a year. For $50* you will get: •   A one year subscription to Mash Tun Journal •    A one-year renewal for current Mash Tun Society Members at a discounted rate (or a brand new one-year membership!) •    The chance to taste some of the most awesome homebrews in Illinois. •    Voting rights in the Homebrewers Ball competition—you decide which beers are best! •    The opportunity to enter contests and win prizes. •    Your very own Mash Tun tasting glass •    Exclusive invitations to Mash Tun Society and other craft beer and food events at a discounted rate! *You can pay your Mash Tun Society membership fee at…

Mash Tun’s Chicago Craft Beer Week

The Mash Tun Society is hosting a few events during Chicago Craft Beer Week. Join us for these special events with our friends and pals in the craft beer universe. Mash Tun Society presents Backstage at Penrose Brewery May 22, 2014 • 7-10 pm Admission is $40 RSVP HERE Limited space so order soon!! Penrose – map 509 Stevens St Geneva, IL 60134 Join us in Geneva for an evening with Illinois’ darling new brewery, Penrose. Our special event includes a private reception, a four beer flight and guided tasting, an exclusive tour with the owners as well as a Q and A session led by Mash Tun Journal. This event has very limited capacity. You will also receive a Mash Tun Tasting Glass Copy of Issue #5 – Our hot off the press issue Copy of Issue #4 – Which features an interview with Tom Korder and Eric Hobbs of Penrose. Mash Tun Society presents: The Olympic Mash Up May 24, 2014 • 7 – 10 pm The Olympic Tavern – map 2327 N Main St Rockford, IL 61103 Admission: $25 for Regular Admission RSVP HERE $20 for Mash Tun Society Members We will be charging at the door, but please bring your ID so that we can check you in. Join us at Olympic for an evening with the Publisher of Mash Tun Journal, Ed Marszewski and brewers from Marz Community Brewing Co from Chicago. Ed and pals from Marz will be bringing some special brews to share from the newest generation of brewers from Chicagoland. You can also meet your Mash Tun pals and get some Mash Tun schwag and copies of the journal. Attendees will also receive: A Mash Tun Tasting Glass Copy of Issue #5 – Our hot off the press issue Six tastes of an assortment of Chicagoland brewery beer ( Marz, Pipeworks, and others TBA ) Mash Tun Society presents: New Wave Karaoke Freak Out with Marz Community Brewing Co. May 21, 2014 • 7 – 10 pm Rock Island Public House – map 13328 Olde Western Ave Blue Island, IL 60406 Join the gang from Mash Tun Society as we host an 80’s YouTube karaoke freak out KJ-ed by Ed Marszewski and Eric Olson of Mash Tun, Maria’s Packaged Goods & Community Bar and drink some tastiness from their soon to be opened Marz Community Brewing Co. Come ready to sing your favorite 80’s hit and can win some prizes! Participants will receive: Hosted tasting ( 2 pours) of Marz Community Brewing Co’s secret concoctions. A Mash Tun Tasting Glass Copy of Issue #5 – Our hot off the press issue Marz brew masters will be in the house Members contact info@publicmediainstitute dot com for invites if you haven’t yet received them. Order a membership at mashtunjournal.org

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