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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - s14suspense
Welding is really not necessary. Brewhardware.com has an awesome supply of weldless fittings. ...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - s14suspense
Yeah. Should be plenty hot. Just finished a ridiculously quick brew day. No more than 3 hours start to finish cleaned up put away and everything. 7 gallons of Gose that will get Dark cherries. Yum like Gatorade. ...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - s14suspense
I honestly can't say that I ever taste the beer before I pitch the sach. Might be time to just do that and taste final product. ...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - s14suspense
[quote]I'm hoping all these are in the directions when you order a recipe!! [/quote] We did some pictorals of brew days back in the old thread. [link=(http://www.tigerdroppings.com/rant/food-and-drink/homebrewing-step-by-step-extract-brew/39179938/)]LINK[/link]...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - s14suspense
I wouldn't boil them if you're trying to get any oak. Soak in wine should be enough alcohol and PH issues for anything nasty to worry about. ...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - s14suspense
[quote]24 hours after pitching the lacto and nothing. no hint of sourness or activity. [/quote] Won't see any activity from the lacto. How hot is the beer? ...
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re: FBD: Ghost on da coast! - s14suspense
[img]http://i.imgur.com/ypDpN9z.jpg[/img] FBD is a Founders Breakfast Stout. ...
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re: FBD - It's a marathon, not a sprint - s14suspense
Yeah it's fricking hot. Taken two showers today already. ...
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re: FBD - It's a marathon, not a sprint - s14suspense
FBd is a Key Lime Gose [img]http://i.imgur.com/4FSOT9M.jpg[/img] With Wife's brunch of homemade deer sausage and breakfast quesadillas. ...
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re: FBD - It's a marathon, not a sprint - s14suspense
Colorful arse cans on the four on the left. ...
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re: FBD: Unexpected 3 day weekend - s14suspense
FBD was a large Envie. 2-6th are tasters of Mango Habanero Oberon, Big DIPA, Mosaic Promise, Beer Camp Pilsner (tastes like pot), and Terrapin's 14th anniversary beer. ...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - s14suspense
[quote]How is this hop? I've heard that it works well with saisons. Is it very pronounced or somewhat muted. How would you describe the flavor? [/quote] I used it for bittering a hoppy lager along with a bunch of Azacca last weekend. ...
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re: FBD: Unexpected 3 day weekend - s14suspense
It's a TASTING, it's classy. ...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - s14suspense
[quote][b]I'm starting to wonder if i'm using too many hops[/b] in the late addition. I have .5 @ 10 min, 1.25 oz in the whirlpool and 2.25 in the dry hop. [/quote] :rolleyes: [quote]What was the recipe on your grisette? That color in the FBD thread is killer and I want it. [/quote] That ...
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re: FBD: Unexpected 3 day weekend - s14suspense
Some pretty large trees down around bayou manchac and Jefferson. More damage than when that "tornado" came through last month or so. ...
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re: whats you baws preferred Ford dealership? - s14suspense
For a 15?? No way you should be paying more than 30K. ...
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re: whats you baws preferred Ford dealership? - s14suspense
[quote]maisweh[/quote] All Star Ford in Prarieville has been good to me so far. Talked to plenty of others and they came up with the best price and service has been fine. ...
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re: FBD - Early Mornin' Haunting - s14suspense
[quote]FBD: Carbonation test on my IPA before shipping off to NHC. [/quote] Second Round. Go Ahead... ...
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re: Has anyone seen the new Shelby F-150? - s14suspense
[quote]Thought it was some aftermatket package[/quote] It definitely is. That Grille looks ghetto tacky as it is brand new on a "$100K truck" just wait 2 years when some latin construction worker is rolling around houston with a load of fertilizer in the back. The Grille and "Hood Scoop...
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