- Texas Beers
A friend is down in Texas right now and wants to bring back some beers for me. He isn't a beer guy so I don't want to send him on a wild goose chase for rare beers. I want some Jester King wild and
- Commercial brewers who share their recipes
I know of a few AWESOME breweries that graciously provide their recipes (or at least their ingredients) for homebrewers and was wondering if anyone else could add to this list: Deschutes http://www.d
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July 7, 2014 at 01:46 PM I\'m in SanAntonio as well.
I started brewing rather recently, (December \'13). I\'d like to learn from others and get some help on brew days or help others if needed. I love to learn about beer in any way I can.
BAIB setup with a stainless 304 16gal bayou classic brew kettle, 100,000 BTU burner, SS Brewtech 7 gallon 304 stainless steel fermenter with a 7cuft. fermentation chamber (freezer with temperature controller, in the garage) and a 5cuft keezer (freezer with temp. controller in the kitchen) with 2 corny kegs. Nothing special, just a party tap on the kegs.
March 7, 2014 at 07:48 AM Fairly new to brewing myself. Can\'t have a huge set-up since Im currently in the military/barracks but I get by. It\'d be cool to see a whole grain set up and maaaybe give it a try.
October 21, 2013 at 01:47 AM I'm in San Antonio, I'm stationed at Lackland AFB, I think it would be cool to have a homebrewing group to ping new ideas of eachother.
October 20, 2013 at 09:50 PM Im in alamo heights. Looking for a brew clique also
January 10, 2013 at 07:53 PM San Antonio brewer here. Just got out of the military and took up brewing to fill all of this extra time I now have. Only on my first brew but definitely addicted would love to get a group together
January 3, 2013 at 08:13 PM [QUOTE="andrewtouron"]1[/QUOTE] Where in San Antonio? I'm on the Northwest side.