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Registered on:12/19/2003
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re: Spinoff Thread: Worst "Cajun/Louisiana" Restaurant Experience - LSUGrad00
[quote]the worst is Boutins on Bluebonnet. Did they ever close?[/quote] Yep, they are closed now....
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - LSUGrad00
[quote] Anything I can do at this point to add some bitterness to it or should I just go with it? [/quote] There used to be a product from morebeer called isohop. Which was pure isomerized alpha acids. You could just add drops directly to the fermenter/keg to raise the bitterness. Great for a wes...
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - LSUGrad00
[quote]especially since now two of them are leaking and I cannot figure out why.[/quote] Mine did the same thing towards the end. They also tout 'not sticking' as a selling point of those forward sealing facuets, but my kegerator was in the laundry room and the faucets were so easy to pull th...
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - LSUGrad00
[quote]Thanks for that. [/quote] Honestly, I've purchased and not used/under used so much brewing equipment over the years it's stupid. Actually instead of homebrewing tips I can provide a list of shite I would/wouldn't do/buy again... [b][i]Things I would NOT do again..[/i][/b] [b]pH Met...
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - LSUGrad00
I have this pH meter from Omega and it works great. [img]http://www.homebrewdad.com/images/ph/omega_7011_ph.jpg[/img] [link=(http://www.brewunited.com/index.php?blogid=65)]LINK[/link] That said, I bought the pH meter and had all kinds of ambitions to test sours, check mash pH, and post boil...
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - LSUGrad00
[quote]I am going to start a kettle sour this afternoon for the first time in a long time. [/quote] How'd the brew go? I'm going to fire up a lacto start this weekend for a sour brew next week. Will probably go 50%/50% pils and wheat with this one and throw it one some such fruit after primary...
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re: FBD-highly acclaimed - LSUGrad00
I look forward to trying some of this new stuff from Brash next time I'm in Houston. I was a really big fans of the first few release of their contract brewed stuff, but thought it went down hill as time went on. I'm glad they were able to finally 'go home' and right the ship. :cheers:...
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re: FBD-highly acclaimed - LSUGrad00
FBD: Homebrewed American Barleywine... Coming along quite nicely, but still needs a little more age. [quote]Lagunitas Citrusensis Damn dat nose. Smells like a DIPA. Taste almost delivers, a citrus explosion with almost nonexistent bitterness. Does have a very Lagunitas finish, but that's expe...
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re: Here's my real question regarding these shootings - LSUGrad00
[quote]Why is is the Internet or social media being blamed for these killings and not the parents who's job it was to raise a normal functioning member of society[/quote] I don't think the internet or social media is to blame, but I think they have the potential to exacerbate mental instability i...
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re: Results of the TD F&D Board OVERrated and UNDERrated Brewery/Beer Threads - LSUGrad00
[quote]They've been available for so long here, so I guess that taints my view a bit. I've had them a lot, so I am not as impressed as I once was I suppose. [/quote] I think this happens a lot with the craft beer crowd. We tell distributors and store owners "I wish we had 'x' brewery, I'd buy it ...
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re: Results of the TD F&D Board OVERrated and UNDERrated Brewery/Beer Threads - LSUGrad00
[quote]I think Bells is overrated. Oskar Blues too. [/quote] To me the difference between The Bruery and Deschutes/Bells/OskarBlues is that The Bruery makes some AWFUL beers, has issues with contamination of clean beer, and is often overpriced. Deschutes/Bells/OskarBlues have none of these pr...
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re: Results of the TD F&D Board OVERrated and UNDERrated Brewery/Beer Threads - LSUGrad00
[quote]9 for Bruery, 6 for Deschutes, 3 for Bells. LOL.[/quote] Disagree? Most of the Deschutes votes were for Abyss being overrated and not the brewery itself....
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - LSUGrad00
I've never eaten a fig... I blame it on a hatred for fig newtons as a child. ...
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re: Sous Vide Ribeyes - LSUGrad00
[quote]Soon, you guys will be flash freezing steaks then "seering" the outside on the sidewalk with natural sunlight, letting it thaw to be rare throughout the middle.[/quote] Everyone knows you thaw it in the microwave after the sidewalk sear... fricking amatures...
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - LSUGrad00
yep, special roast has a nutty/toasty flavor very similar to victory malt....
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - LSUGrad00
[quote]Then i don't know how that's physically possible. [/quote] Oh, it gets worse as they get older and acquire siblings. :lol: At 15 months and 3 yr my daughters are like two little tornados flying around the house from the time we walk in the door until they go to sleep. There is no way I...
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re: FBD-Tropicalia - LSUGrad00
yep, we are trying to knock out judging before the day of the awards ceremony. Last year was a LONG day and stressful as hell trying to do everything in one day. So this year the only judging on the 1st will be best of show. There were 64 entries total. I'm not sure about the counts off the to...
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re: FBD-Tropicalia - LSUGrad00
1-7BD was a flight of light hybrid homebrewed beers for our club competition on August 1st. All really well made, but I need a beer with some hops now....
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re: What is your most UNDERrated brewery? - LSUGrad00
[quote]Kingfish may be consistently the worst Louisiana made beer[/quote] Only if you don't count everything made by Convington that isnt' strawberry and [img]http://cdn.fansided.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/305/files/2014/03/Jockamo.jpg[/img]...
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re: What's your most overrated beer/brewery? - LSUGrad00
[quote]I've been having a bottle of Tart of Darkness and their Autumn ale in my fridge for over a year. I guess i need to get myself an insulin shot.[/quote] IMO Tart of Darkness is one of the better beers they make and isn't horribly priced. Good luck with that Autumn Maple. Belgian Strong +...
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