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re: Ghost Sighting - BugAC
I know some are getting mad when they post they acquire ghost. But if your in laffy, they had plenty at the brewery. Opus too....
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - BugAC
Here his email response [quote]Thanks for the email. And I'll read it, but I did want to point out that me calling Heady Topper disgusting is not ignorant. We had some fresh samples flown in for us, less than a week old in the can, and the flaws present in the beer were gross. [/quote] [quo...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - BugAC
Just listened to it. Meh, got roughly the same response. He said their beer tastes like diacetyl when they had it from heady topper and that is their experience with the hazy IPA. He then later admitted in the email that it is possible they just had a bad beer. He said they had it fresh from the...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - BugAC
Haven't listened but I assume that was my email to JP. :lol: I have the email response and he didn't come off as an a-hole, I'm curious as to how that came off on the show....
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - BugAC
[quote]im going to brew another Berliner weisse this weekend[/quote] I have a question. Is salt the only real difference between a berliner and a gose? I'd like to try a gose and a berliner side by side and see if i could tell the difference. Maybe i'll grab destihl's versions and see if i can...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - BugAC
[quote]Man you have a lot going on in your brewery! That's awesome[/quote] Well the work is mostly done already with the 2 beers in the fermenting freezer. The other step is research which is always fun! And i really like creating recipes. I have about 6 recipes i made already i want to brew. And...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - BugAC
Also, what's on everybody's upcoming brew calendar? For me, i will be checking my ph on my lacto/brett brux/wlp565 belgian saison mixed ferm beer. Hopefully it has soured some, it's been pretty calm the last month or so. Brewed it on 3/13. In about a week i'll be dry hopping my French Benefits...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - BugAC
[quote]buffbraz[/quote] So when do you think will be your first brew day?...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - BugAC
Nevermind about the competition. My beer won't be ready in time for teh entry deadline. I need to do a better job of brewing coinciding with competitions. I really like entering the comps, but i rarely have a beer i'm happy with, ready in time to submit....
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - BugAC
[quote]That's a great publication. Do you get the hard copies or just view it digitally?[/quote] I get hard copies. I also get zymurgy as well. I find BYO to be more useful, however. More technical details of homebrewing. Zymurgy has some technical details, but they also have a bunch of info rega...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - BugAC
Also, regarding the Good Times Brewing Classic. Considering entering in my saison. However i pitched Brett, so i'm unsure if my saison would fit in the saison category or the brett beer category....
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - BugAC
[quote] This is interesting. From a home canning perspective, a pH below 4.7 is critical from a safety standpoint. Anything above 4.6 is usually considered at risk for some nasty critters, especially botulism, which love low-oxygen low-acid environments. Doesn't really seem like a big risk howe...
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re: Baton Rouge Market for a Craft Brewery - BugAC
[quote]No need to be curious. I just told you why. S(he) KNOWS that it really bothers you[/quote] I'd say it moderately bothers me. I understand downvotes on OT Lounge and PT Board. But most of my posts on here are informative beer topics or cooking posts. But this thread was dead for several ...
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re: Baton Rouge Market for a Craft Brewery - BugAC
[quote]Fwiw, I don't pay enough attention to your inane ramblings to down vote your posts Whoever did it just knew that it would get under your skin, and they were correct [/quote] I'm not referring to you. I've been having the same serial downvoter on this board for quite a few months now...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - BugAC
Not sure if everyone gets BYO magazine, but here is an interesting article on ph adjustments and why or when to do them at certain times. [link=(https://byo.com/stories/issue/item/3372-understanding-ph-advanced-brewing)]LINK[/link] Some of it is knowledge i'm sure some have known, but some of ...
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re: Baton Rouge Market for a Craft Brewery - BugAC
I see a downvote on my last post. Do facts scare you? What reason could you possibly have for downvoting this, and pretty much every post i make? You actually took the time to go back and downvote every post i made in this thread? What a noble warrior you are......
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - BugAC
[quote]- did a Dale's Pale Ale clone and came in way low on my OG. Was supposed to be around 1.060 and instead hit 1.044. This was kinda frustrating considering I had just used this recipe and hit the mark the first time I brewed it in early April. I just increaesd the batch size to 2.5 gallons and ...
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re: Baton Rouge Market for a Craft Brewery - BugAC
Also, here's some interesting facts about craft beer in Louisiana. [link=(https://www.brewersassociation.org/statistics/by-state/?state=LA)]LINK[/link] NATIONAL RANKINGS We are ranked 49th in breweries per capita. We are ranked 24th in production, consumption, and total economic impact in ...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - BugAC
How do you guys clean equipment/kegs? I read about the woes of cleaning, but i find it more of an inconvenience than requring a lot of elbow grease. The way i've cleaned everything (equipment, bottles, kegs, kettles, etc....) is to soak everything in warm to hot water with PBW for a night or 2...
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re: Baton Rouge Market for a Craft Brewery - BugAC
Actually, my mistake, it's more closely associated with an alternating brewery proprietorship. [link=(https://www.ttb.gov/industry_circulars/archives/2005/05-02.html)]LINK[/link] [quote]What is an “alternating brewery proprietorship”? An “alternating proprietorship” is a term we use to describ...
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