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Old 04-27-2010, 03:39 PM   #1
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Is there anywhere online where I can find the CYBI recipes? I've downloaded most of the shows and listen to them on my commute, but am never able to write down the recipes since I am driving. They've mentioned a few that really sound interesting and I wanted to get them on paper without having to listen back through the podcasts.

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Old 04-27-2010, 04:20 PM   #2
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I think they can all be found over in the BN forum...but not all in one thread, you have to search.

Example: http://www.thebrewingnetwork.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=13510&start=15

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I've thought about putting a thread together of the cloned recipes.

Give me a couple days, I'll post each in the Recipes/Ingredients section.

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Old 04-27-2010, 04:36 PM   #4
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I've thought about putting a thread together of the cloned recipes.

Give me a couple days, I'll post each in the Recipes/Ingredients section.

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That's incredibly generous of you. As soon as I brew up the Bam Biere clone, I'll send you a sixer.
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I started tonight at made it through the first 8 episodes that were cloned.

I will keep working on it for the next few days.

Any requests on specific shows that you want now?

Eric

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I started tonight at made it through the first 8 episodes that were cloned.

I will keep working on it for the next few days.

Any requests on specific shows that you want now?

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Sorry for not getting back earlier. I just listened to Shakespeare Stout, which sounded great.

I know people have mentioned this in the actual recipe threads, but thanks so much for doing this. If you need some help, just let me know.
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I wish for more Michigan recipes. Michigan has many great breweries, and so far I have not seen a single episode for a beer made from a Michigan Microbrewery. (like Bell's Hopslam...)

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I wish for more Michigan recipes. Michigan has many great breweries, and so far I have not seen a single episode for a beer made from a Michigan Microbrewery. (like Bell's Hopslam...)
Probably because Jamil is on the West coast where it's pretty tough to get Bell's.
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I wish for more Michigan recipes. Michigan has many great breweries, and so far I have not seen a single episode for a beer made from a Michigan Microbrewery. (like Bell's Hopslam...)
I think they did two Jolly Pumpkin episodes, which is located in MI. Bam Biere and their Belgian stout (forget the name). Pretty good episodes, actually.
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I wish for more Michigan recipes. Michigan has many great breweries, and so far I have not seen a single episode for a beer made from a Michigan Microbrewery. (like Bell's Hopslam...)
Part of this, I have heard, is based on how willing various brewers are to talk about their recipe. A big part of the actual radio shows is interviewing the brewer & them providing a lot of details about their recipe. Some brewers keep a tight lip about their brewing process. I wonder how forthcoming either Bell's or Founder's is with brewing information?
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