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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - LSUGrad00
[quote]That's basically how Bayou Teche fermented their 5th anniversary beer[/quote] :lol: Acetobacter = Vinegar Clostridium* = Baby diaper / vomit / funky cheese As a general rule if your sour smells like diaper/vomit and you are doing a 'no boil' sour, drink at your own risk. One o...
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re: Frozen 2 liter bottles in a crawfish boil - LSUGrad00
[quote]Considering the plastic used in most bottles doesn't begin to melt until ~480ºF, boiling water at 212ºF will do nothing to the bottle.[/quote] This is true, when the bottle is filled with ice. On the other hand I've seen people pour near boiling liquid into a 6 gallon PET carboy and it...
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re: Fowler announcement...he picked Texas :( - LSUGrad00
[quote]screw him mom for this[/quote] Yeah, screw this kids mom for wanting to see her kids play every weekend at a major university that's essentially in their backyard. How selfish of her... LSU fans and coaches uses this same 'stay at home so family can see you play' line on recruits ALL th...
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re: Fowler announcement...he picked Texas :( - LSUGrad00
[quote]Why do something like that? [/quote] bc they are 17 year old kids with a ton of pressure put on them by family, friends, and complete strangers who feel like they should have input into some random kids life because he can play ball? Kids stayed home... it sucks that he flipped, but shi...
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re: Fowler announcement...he picked Texas :( - LSUGrad00
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - LSUGrad00
[quote] Which one did you do? I have the conical so I obviously want to pull from the bottom. [/quote] I pull from the bottom. Before pitching my yeast I dump the trub, any hop particals, and break material out the bottom. So when I'm ready to pull the yeast it's clean and healthy. I've s...
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - LSUGrad00
[quote]Have any of y'all been reusing the 1318 yeast? How many uses have you gotten if so? Any changes as you use it? I've got my fermenter sitting in my basement office that stays 60-63 degrees this time of year so I'm keep my fermentation nice cool hoping I don't get much I the way of esters[/q...
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - LSUGrad00
Thinking maybe three (APA, IPA, and Barleywine). Not sure any have a chance to medal/advance, but I'd like some recipe feedback....
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re: You know what they say about "Big Hands"... - LSUGrad00
[quote]Does anyone know if Lindsey Scott has abnormally large hands?[/quote] Lindsey Scott was interviewed this morning on 104.5 in Baton Rouge and one of the hosts mentioned he has 9.5" hands. [link=(http://1045espn.com/lindsey-scott-02-01-16/)]About the 6 minute mark[/link] ...
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - LSUGrad00
You just pick the number of beers you would like to enter and which judging locations you are willing to ship to....
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - LSUGrad00
Anyone registering beers for NHC this year? Their open registration period opened today. Overall seems like a much better process than back in the day when it was a rush to try and grab a spot before they were all taken....
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - LSUGrad00
[quote]Total wort boil time was 90 min which I don't fully understand.[/quote] Could be equipment specific, old recipe, or someone with DMS paranoia. :dunno: The only time boil longer than 60 mins is with barleywines....
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - LSUGrad00
[quote]I went with a light malt bill with 8% oats for creaminess. I did a 60 minute addition of simcoe then did a 10 minute and whirlpool addition of mosaic and citra, I will do two dry hops using the same. I mashed in really low at 149 and then added a pound of sugar at high krausen today hoping to...
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re: Let's ride for Fulton #ride4kf - LSUGrad00
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re: former ATC commissioner Troy Hebert and FBI investigation - LSUGrad00
This is what happens when our brilliant former governor appoints a political hack with no law enforcement experience and no college degree to a law enforcement position bc the governor couldn't handle the former commissioner telling him and his campaign contributors 'no'. ...
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re: What's the last beer you've drain poured? - LSUGrad00
[quote]Bayou Touche's 5 Yr Anniversary Persimmon Sour [/quote] Really the most disappointing thing about this beer was the lack of fricks given when they packaged this up and shipped it out. Someone in that brewery tasted this beer and said 'Nothing says 5th anniversary like a not so subtle mix...
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re: Craft Beer Krewe: what is the most under the radar beer? - LSUGrad00
[quote]Sam Smith Oatmeal Stout [/quote] was coming here to add this... I think North Coast makes quite a few beers that fly under the radar for how well made they are. Red Seal*, Old Stock Ale, Old Stock Cellar Reserve are all very good, regularly available, and dont get much attention. ...
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re: Where to find not your fathers root beer in Baton Rouge today? - LSUGrad00
[quote]I'm curious how the Abita verison, bayou bootlegger, matches up to it.[/quote] It's from Abita so chances are it's approachable, average at best, and will leave you disappointed and wondering why the hell you still buy their products. Personally, I'm holding out for the fruited lager v...
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re: What's the last beer you've drain poured? - LSUGrad00
The first batch of Parish's Farmhouse IPA. I opened a bottle at a homebrew competition in Houston and it was such an over carbonated mess that half of the 750ml gushed out of the bottle and onto the table. I've also drain poured quite a few beers from the Bruery. Outside of the stouts and so...
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - LSUGrad00
[quote]What if I... Step 1) design the recipe for 8 gallons Step 2) conduct the mash and sparge as normal Step 3) Borrow someone's 15G brew kettle Step 4) ??? Step 5) :drunkards: [/quote] ...
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