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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 4/25 at 3:56 pm
[quote]The only store in town open this morning to exchange my tank wanted $70  [/quote] Well that's a shitty price... What do you normally pay? ...

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re: Starting a Nano-Brewery
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 4/23 at 3:17 pm
[quote]MADD[/quote] Can have anyone moving in on their turf.... [img]http://newsinportcolborne.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/MADD-VirginCraftLager-Front.jpg[/img]...

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re: Starting a Nano-Brewery
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 4/23 at 2:34 pm
[quote]No one says you have to serve food. [/quote] When someone says brewpub, I'm thinking of it more in terms of the BAs definition of a brewpub as a restaurant/brewery and not simply a taproom or bar attached to a brewery. I'm not sure I'd want to deal with owning a bar either... If I could...

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re: Starting a Nano-Brewery
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 4/23 at 2:10 pm
[quote]I do think a viable option for a brewer is a brewpub.[/quote] This sounds like the lowest level of hell to me... Instead of brewing, which is what you really want to do, you get to pay someone else to brew while you play babysitter to cooks and waitreses and deal with restaurant drama....

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re: Starting a Nano-Brewery
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 4/23 at 1:55 pm
[quote]a business where location is key[/quote] meh, beer geeks will go out of their way for a good beer and WAY out of their way for world class beer. You more likely to run into stupid zoning issues if you tried to rent a warehouse and turn it into a bar in Baton Rogue. ...

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re: Starting a Nano-Brewery
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 4/23 at 1:42 pm
I keep this post from probrewer.com bookmarked and I go back and read it every time I think of opening a nano-brewery or brew pub in addition to my current job. I enjoy brewing and sharing my beer, but I'm not sure I'd enjoy all the other bull shite that goes along with it. [link=(http://disc...

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re: Texas 2015 Beer/Brewery Legislation
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 4/23 at 11:27 am
[quote]regarding the "homebrew" bill... the current law prohibits bars and breweries from accepting submissions, thereby not allowing these types of competitions and gatherings to be hosted at breweries/brewpubs. This bill would eliminate such wording from the law.[/quote] [link=(http://opent...

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re: Lunch-little village 2 or pimanyolis?
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 4/23 at 11:14 am
[quote]pimanyolis[/quote] Used to love this place, but the service and food has really suffered since Mr Perrilloux passed away. I went by for lunch a few months ago and left after an hour bc we still hadn't received our food. We talked to both the waitress and management before walking out an...

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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 4/23 at 10:42 am
[quote] acetobacter concerns. [/quote] Honestly, it's probably not a concern here either. With a sanitized carboy/bucket, pasteurized puree, and a culture that doesn't contain aceto its a pretty controlled environment. The brett in the sour blend may produce a little acetic acid, but nothing ...

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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 4/23 at 9:30 am
[quote]Not much headspace left after the cherry puree and new krausen[/quote] Low Headspace = Low Oxygen = Low Acetobacter = WIN* *unless you like your sours to taste like malt vinegar...

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re: A look inside Flying Heart Brewery, opening in Shreveport May 1
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 4/22 at 2:56 pm
St Arnolds contract brews BJ's beer for this region....

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re: A look inside Flying Heart Brewery, opening in Shreveport May 1
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 4/22 at 2:07 pm
[quote]Actually i think its considered a nano[/quote] They are definitely a nano as far as the Brewers Association is concerned, but that's more of an industry term. Old Rail, Crescent City, and Courtyard are all licensed as 'microbreweries'. Does Gordon Biersch brew on-site in New Orleans?...

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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 4/21 at 1:34 pm
[quote]I should make one out of a Yeti [/quote] You make a MLT out of a Yeti and rds may wait 3 months between mash and boil. :lol:...

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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 4/20 at 10:07 pm
[quote]Here's a pic of the carboy during racking[/quote] [img]http://i.imgur.com/Pd8nrxX.gif[/img] That's some crazy looking shite there. Definitely made the right choice by racking from underneath that craziness. Glad the beer turned out ok. :cheers:...

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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 4/20 at 11:30 am
[quote]I use 15 pounds for a 5-gallon batch[/quote] What kind of yeast and nutrient additions do you use? I've wanted to try a mead for a while now, but the cost of shipping in 15+ lbs of honey has always dissuaded me. May need to check out the farmers market....

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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 4/20 at 11:03 am
[quote] In a little over two weeks of fermentation time it went from 1.1000 to 1.000... 13% or so. That's a much faster fermentation than I expected, time now to just wait and let it mellow out. [/quote] Damn that's fast. Do you get your honey locally?...

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re: I LOVE me some death penalty...but
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 4/17 at 4:27 pm
[quote]If he is not executed, he will have a pretty good life.[/quote] I'm not sure if I'd consider where he's going 'a pretty good life.' If he's sentenced to life he will likely go to the ADX supermax facility in Florence CO where he will spend the remainder of his miserable life in solitar...

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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 4/17 at 9:49 am
That's really nice... ...

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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 4/17 at 8:22 am
[quote]I wish I would have made all my kegs bottom drain[/quote] yep, I use the one keggle I have as a mash tun and it's a complete pain in the arse to clean. Did you cut the bottom of the keg and use the preexisting triclamp on the top of the keg as a drain?...

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re: How many Gingers are on the OT? Interesting Ginger facts inside.(NSFW)
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 4/16 at 11:19 am
Wife and youngest daughter are redheads. Wife is a ginger, daughter is a day walker....

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