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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread (ADMIN: Sticky Requested!) - LoneStarTiger
[quote]Place your orders[/quote] In! ...


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re: Travelling between BR and Houston - LoneStarTiger
[quote]Darrell's, duh. [/quote]...


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re: FBD - Monday - LoneStarTiger
B using saison yeast? Something ain't right here...


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re: What is your hobby? - LoneStarTiger
[quote]I make beer and then drink that beer. [/quote]...


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re: Ghost and the Machine - LoneStarTiger
[quote]I know it's a month late, but we just got our allotment in at Whole Foods in BR[/quote] ouch what a waste...


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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread (ADMIN: Sticky Requested!) - LoneStarTiger
[quote]didn't realize he never ran hot water through the system to make sure everything worked right. [/quote] lesson learned :lol: the next new step will be filling and pressurizing and getting the second keg going I'm sure I can find an interesting way to complicate this too ...


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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread (ADMIN: Sticky Requested!) - LoneStarTiger
[quote] You can cold crash the starter the day of brewing and pour off the liquid on top of the yeast cake. [/quote] I thought about that the morning of when I saw how settled it had become over night, that I should pour out the extra liquid. Will do so in the future....


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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread (ADMIN: Sticky Requested!) - LoneStarTiger
Other tidbits from brewday: I planned to make a 7 gallon batch so I can easily get 5 or 5.5 gallons into the fermenter without having to screen out the gunk in the kettle. Worked like a champ this time. I had plenty of wort to go in the fermenter, almost too much even. I didn't account for the...


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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread (ADMIN: Sticky Requested!) - LoneStarTiger
[quote]I blame myself for not putting your brew bag in that package [/quote] you bastard :lol:...


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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread (ADMIN: Sticky Requested!) - LoneStarTiger
A summary of the days events: Adventures in Homebrewing Today is the first all grain batch I've made. I knew it would be a learning experience, but I had no idea just how much. I heated the strike water to 168, just like Beersmith said. Added it to the mash tun, then stirred in the grain. ...


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re: FBD / sun day (get it?) - LoneStarTiger
FBD was homebrewed rye IPA SBD was Stone All Day IPA TBD is another rye ipa all while trying my best to screw up my next batch of homebrew ...


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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread (ADMIN: Sticky Requested!) - LoneStarTiger
want to know how easy brewing is? despite having to dump my mash tun TWICE into a big bucket, make a make-shift false bottom, then going forward with the draining and sparging, I still ended up with 9 gallons of wort at 1.045. Target was 9 gallons at 1.043 :cheers: ...


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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread (ADMIN: Sticky Requested!) - LoneStarTiger
tried that several times dumped everything into a big bucket, filled the tun with only water and nothing came out guess the false bottom is defective? eta: yes, yes it is. The hole in the nipple was not drilled through. seriously, you guys, next time one of y'all tell me to test thing...


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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread (ADMIN: Sticky Requested!) - LoneStarTiger
any advice for a stuck sparge? I can get air through but no liquid will come out...


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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread (ADMIN: Sticky Requested!) - LoneStarTiger
Heating the strike water for my first all-grain batch ...


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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread (ADMIN: Sticky Requested!) - LoneStarTiger
Any of y'all have a good braggot recipe? Was looking at two giant jars of honey that I have and want to do something with them. ...


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re: 8 Vegetables That You Can Regrow - LoneStarTiger
Pineapple tops can also be rooted and grown Just don't let them freeze in the winter. :banghead:...


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re: FBD at Clark Creek - LoneStarTiger
SBD is another homebrewed rye ipa...


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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread (ADMIN: Sticky Requested!) - LoneStarTiger
How did you decide to handle adding watermelon?...


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re: FBD at Clark Creek - LoneStarTiger
[quote]The going rate is 2 homebrew 100% brett Amarillo / Citra for 1 rye IPA at least until I can sample and rate the rye IPA [/quote] Sounds fair, you use 12 oz bottles and I use bombers :thup:...


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re: FBD at Clark Creek - LoneStarTiger
FBD is homebrewed rye IPA Damn good stuff if I do say so myself ...


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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread (ADMIN: Sticky Requested!) - LoneStarTiger
[quote] And just a FYI, the bottle gage on your regulator is useless until it's almost too late. It'll stay at the same level until you're just about out. [/quote] Thanks for the timely advice :lol:...


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re: FBD at Clark Creek - LoneStarTiger
That's an awesome set up! I'd like to see more of it, like how you have the kegs arranged and such. ...


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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread (ADMIN: Sticky Requested!) - LoneStarTiger
No Figured out my problem this morning :casty: It's not a leak. I got a science reminder, that as a gas cools, the container it is in will be under less pressure. The psi on the regulator went down because the co2 tank got cold in the keg fridge. Lesson learned, I guess ...


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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread (ADMIN: Sticky Requested!) - LoneStarTiger
They have never been used...


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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread (ADMIN: Sticky Requested!) - LoneStarTiger
Keg system has a leak somewhere. I've slowly lost about half my co2 since I legged this evening FML :banghead: ...


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re: FBD - Beer - LoneStarTiger
FBD was Stone Go To IPA. I'm a fan SBD was sample of my rye IPA while kegging. Will enjoy this one Tbd is St Arnold Boiler Room. Not bad. Not the best Berliner Weiss, but tasty...


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re: FBD - Beer - LoneStarTiger
[quote]With icansee and rougester [/quote] Y'all enjoy Sorry I couldn't make it!...


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re: FBD - Beer - LoneStarTiger
[quote] jamming the Band of Heathens.[/quote] You're doing it right :cheers:...


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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread (ADMIN: Sticky Requested!) - LoneStarTiger
[quote]Anyone brewing this weekend?[/quote] Making my first all grain, a calypso pale ale Made my first starter last night Filling my first keg tonight All good things How much citra and Amarillo did you use in each addition?...


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