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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - Canuck Tiger
I forgot to mention today that I really liked the color from this all Maris Otter beer. [img]http://i.imgur.com/4cLOOrr.jpg[/img]...
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re: FBD: Nitro Monday - Canuck Tiger
NBD after some gin and tonics is a St Ambroise Pale Ale, which is past its best days but not offensive. ...
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re: What 1 food would you have no problem being on for life? - Canuck Tiger
I don't see how I could ever get tired of hot wings...
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re: What's on ya smoker today? - Canuck Tiger
I usually just put salmon or Arctic char on a wet cedar plank and cook it on my grill. We installed cedar paneling in our closet so I have a stockpile of those little interlocking boards I can make a plank with. I've done them before on a smoker though and followed the webervirtualbullet method....
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re: FBD: Nitro Monday - Canuck Tiger
Did you go to Monkey Paw downtown JasonL? They had some really unique beers and a great guest tap list...
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re: FBD: Nitro Monday - Canuck Tiger
do they still have Neverwhere on tap at modern times? //edit: I've drank a few of the Muskoca IPAs before but not their cream ale 4BD is a Dieu du Ciel! Belgian IPA [img]http://i.imgur.com/bxYyLlP.jpg[/img] Delicious...
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re: What's on ya smoker today? - Canuck Tiger
[img]http://i.imgur.com/jzALAir.jpg[/img] Resting now before I pull it... [img]http://i.imgur.com/uNSmj84.jpg[/img] It was slower than I wanted but still in time for supper ...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - Canuck Tiger
You just need a hole for a weldless ball valve (to move the wort from kettle to fermenter) and a hole for a thermometer. I thought of one other thing: temperature control. Try to find a spot for fermentation where there are not large fluctuations in temp, and if you don't have actual temp contro...
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re: FBD: Nitro Monday - Canuck Tiger
[img]http://i.imgur.com/JF2QBNv.jpg[/img] TBD is another St Ambroise this is an oatmeal stout that's pretty flavorful for 5% but a bit thinner than I like oatmeal stouts to be....
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - Canuck Tiger
My advice echoes the other guys but with a couple additional suggestions: 1) if you're buying stuff new, don't get glass carboys get the 6.5gallon PET ones. They have a bigger opening for dry hopping, they are super light, and they obviously don't break when you drop them. Keep the box they come ...
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re: FBD: Nitro Monday - Canuck Tiger
[img]http://i.imgur.com/RjT2jNf.jpg[/img] SBD is a St Ambroise apricot wheat that is surprisingly good. I'm drinking Canadian beers today since its Victoria Day...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - Canuck Tiger
IPA in the conical; time to have a few brews while the pork shoulder finishes up :)...
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re: FBD: Nitro Monday - Canuck Tiger
FBD is a homebrew coconut hefe while chilling a dank Columbus IPA I brewed this am [img]http://i.imgur.com/z2U333x.jpg[/img] I'll crack some bottles and participate after this one :)...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - Canuck Tiger
I was planning to juice a watermelon and put it into the secondary and possibly some into the keg when it's tapped. I've not used flavor extracts for beer before I always go with fresh fruit...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - Canuck Tiger
I've had 21st amendment's "hell or high watermelon" and it was a good summer beer. They used American wheat not hefe as the base though. I would think you'd have trouble with hefe or Belgian yeasts overpowering the watermelon. I was thinking that a watermelon gose would be good (the salt makes s...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - Canuck Tiger
This is gonna be a good day: brewing an IPA and I'm 9 hours into smoking a pork shoulder and the kids are just getting up. ...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - Canuck Tiger
Mashing in with coffee instead of a beer is weird! ...
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re: What's on ya smoker today? - Canuck Tiger
I'm gonna keep this thread alive... Just lit my weber using the minion method so we can have pulled pork tomorrow afternoon: [img]http://i.imgur.com/iO9qvQM.jpg[/img] Guess I have 14 hours to drink now :)...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - Canuck Tiger
I'm gonna try and get a brew in tonight: SMaSH Maris Otter/Columbus APA that won't meet style guidelines due to the excessive IBUs :)...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - Canuck Tiger
My general thinking is that Brett makes everything better. I would be curious if Brett eats the glycerol that 3711 makes. If so then the beer may be noticeably thinner than when you use 3711 alone. I meant the stainless lines in the keg; I clean my tap lines a few times a year but not after every...
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