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Old 05-20-2009, 03:45 PM   #11
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Ok, I gotta step up and give cat some props. He had a pretty good showing at a couple of shows, especially with a CAP. Check out Table 1, Mr. Z from Cincy. That was one of a couple of top 3 placements that he had last weekend.

No offense Reverend - I love your stuff !

Thanks Larry! Yes, I am somewhat familiar with the style and Centennial hops have no place in it whatsoever. Call that beer what you want, but it ain't a Classic American Pilsner IMO.


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Old 05-20-2009, 04:32 PM   #12
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Thanks Larry! Yes, I am somewhat familiar with the style and Centennial hops have no place in it whatsoever. Call that beer what you want, but it ain't a Classic American Pilsner IMO.
I respect your opinion and know it reflects the BJCP guidelines. But I have been brewing long enough to know that liberties can be taken with great results. Seeing how you have not tasted this particular recipe, I do not see how you can pass judgment on it. The scores it received in the SW regionals back up its quality. Each of us can brew as we wish and the proof related to style is flavor and not how the flavors came about. There are many roads to great brews. You brew your way, I will brew mine.

I congratulate you on your success.


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Old 05-20-2009, 05:02 PM   #13
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I respect your opinion and know it reflects the BJCP guidelines. But I have been brewing long enough to know that liberties can be taken with great results. Seeing how you have not tasted this particular recipe, I do not see how you can pass judgment on it. The scores it received in the SW regionals back up its quality. Each of us can brew as we wish and the proof related to style is flavor and not how the flavors came about. There are many roads to great brews. You brew your way, I will brew mine.

I congratulate you on your success.
I want to congratulate you, Brewpastor, on your restraint and eloquence.

Having said that, I think I may give this a shot, but I'll have to use something along the lines of Nottingham.
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Old 05-20-2009, 05:21 PM   #14
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I respect your opinion and know it reflects the BJCP guidelines. But I have been brewing long enough to know that liberties can be taken with great results. Seeing how you have not tasted this particular recipe, I do not see how you can pass judgment on it. The scores it received in the SW regionals back up its quality. Each of us can brew as we wish and the proof related to style is flavor and not how the flavors came about. There are many roads to great brews. You brew your way, I will brew mine.

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Fair enough I suppose. So how did you place in the SW regionals? FWIW, my CAP placed a first in the Eastern regionals. Can you top that?
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Fair enough I suppose. So how did you place in the SW regionals? FWIW, my CAP placed a first in the Eastern regionals. Can you top that?
Who crapped in your Wheaties? I am not seeking to make this a pissing contest. If you want to start comparing brewing pedigree I have no problem, but that is not my intent. I simply shared a recipe. You don't like the recipe. Fine. Go brew whatever you want. I personally think you need to learn some sandbox skills.
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Who crapped in your Wheaties? I am not seeking to make this a pissing contest. If you want to start comparing brewing pedigree I have no problem, but that is not my intent. I simply shared a recipe. You don't like the recipe. Fine. Go brew whatever you want. I personally think you need to learn some sandbox skills.
So how did you place in the regionals?
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I wondered what you were using for the "base" of your chile beer. That really looks good.
The corn works nicely with the chile and spices. The trick is the fresh roasted chile. I do enjoy chile beer.
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Given his brewing experience, I hardly see how the performance of a single beer of his in NHC regionals is of any consequence:

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f28/dont-try-home-parts-1-2-3-a-11412/

Can you top that?

Sorry, BP. Someone had to do it, you're far too much of a gentleman to do it yourself.

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So how did you place in the regionals?
Dude, what's your beef here? Quit waving your dick and move on already. Sheesh.

Tom, your recipes never cease to inspire!
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So how did you place in the regionals?
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