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Old 10-14-2010, 10:48 AM   #11
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are you aware that the decent subset of the GRABASS folks are planning to do a big group brew of several batches and variations of the 11/11/11 in a few weeks?
Yep, it sounds like it will be a great time. I've posted on the GRABASS board a couple of times in the 11/11/11 threads. I'm planning on brewing this recipe this weekend but I'm planning to come out and watch/help out at the event. It even looks like I have a ride now!
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Old 10-14-2010, 11:22 AM   #12
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I don't really know what to say here. I went to HB club tonight so I am a bit druck, but barc won't stop asking me about this damn recipe so I guess I'm brewing it.
You know you like it, don't lie...

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These GRABASS guys are a bunch of A-holes, but we always seem to have an absolute ****ing blast. Even if I have to drive alllllll the way out to IdahoDal's place to brew. See you ****ers there.
Yes, we are complete A-holes. And yes WE always have a blast but you always wind up pissing your pants and crying in a corner in the fetal position. Its fun for the rest of us, though.

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You too KingBrianI. I'll even give you a ride. I practically live in Durham.
Brian, sounds like you need to call the cops now and go ahead and give them fair warning. He'll show up at your door a week early, in a thong, a "My Little Pony" shirt, and a pair of Ughs. You'll know its him because of the most excellently repaired front bumper on his Subaru.
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Old 10-14-2010, 02:47 PM   #13
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He'll show up at your door a week early, in a thong, a "My Little Pony" shirt, and a pair of Ughs. You'll know its him because of the most excellently repaired front bumper on his Subaru.
Yeah... that bumper tip should help Brian distinguish Ryan from all of the OTHER guys that show up at his door dressed that way.
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Old 10-14-2010, 03:05 PM   #14
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Yeah... that bumper tip should help Brian distinguish Ryan from all of the OTHER guys that show up at his door dressed that way.
If its anything like a typical GRABASS event, that's about par for the course so you never know what tips to give someone.
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Old 10-14-2010, 03:48 PM   #15
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Whoo hoo, I am also ready for this! My LHBS just ordered the 9097-PC. Bear in mind that Brett alone doesn't make it bugged, Brett is after all another yeast, a "non-spore forming genus of yeast in the family Saccharomycetaceae" according to wikipedia. Anyone have any thoughts on how Lacto/Pedio might effect the outcome? I'm thinking of maybe adding Lacto to a version of this for a Flanders Brown 'ish version.

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Old 10-14-2010, 04:00 PM   #16
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Oh, Someone should post up a partial mash and/or extract only version for our non AG friends.

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Old 10-14-2010, 04:11 PM   #17
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Wow, imagine my surprise when I was trolling along on HBT this morning and happened upon this thread. Now I understand barc's email a little better. Sorry for the drucken ramblings last night and sorry to Brian if I made it appear as though you needed to beef up security. And I let barc borrow that shirt so I don't even have it anymore.

I guess it wasn't a good idea to have 5 more beers once I got home from HB club and then start posting on HBT. Lesson learned. At least until next month's meeting.

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Just put Wyeast 9097PC in my BMW shopping cart. This would be a great opportunity to compare results. I'm in!

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I wish I had an AG setup so I could participate. Maybe next year

Or I might try and adapt a partial mash version? Who knows.

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I'm in. So no partial mash version? I'm in an apartment, not setup for all grain?

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