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Old 01-02-2007, 10:38 PM   #1
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Default ROGUE PACMAN on sale!

Ok, so this is a commercial item, but it is Pacman and it is on sale!

NORTHERN BREWER HOMEBREW NEWS January 2007 In this issue... -- Happy New Year! -- Wyeast On Sale -- Rogue Pacman still available -- New World Vinyard wine kits WYEAST ON SALE! --------------- Due to an ordering mistake, we have all our refrigerators stuffed to the brim with lots of pure, fresh Wyeast XL Activator Packs. And guess what? We're getting thousands more next week, too! Please help us make room by stocking up on Wyeast this week. To encourage you to do just that, we're slashing the price from $5.75 per pack to an outrageously low price of $4.65 per pack. We reserve the right to cancel or modifiy this offer at any time, so check our web site for the latest prices and offerings! http://www.northernbrewer.com/wyeast.html ROGUE PACMAN STILL AVAILABLE ---------------------------- By the way, we still have plenty of the famous Rogue Pacman Ale Yeast, and it, too, is on sale for just $4.65 a pack!!



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How long will it keep in a refrigerator?



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Old 01-02-2007, 11:46 PM   #3
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Long enough. I've had yeast for months. If you have any doubt about it, make a starter.

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Old 01-02-2007, 11:57 PM   #4
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Looks like a great deal, except when you add shipping for 4 packs, the price averages $6.30 per SmackPack. I'll head up to Austin Home Brew and pay their $6.49 and get them when I need them.

It's a shame they don't have free shipping like Morebeer.com. I'd buy $60 worth of yeast for free shipping.

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Unless all you want is the Pacman, which will be gone soon.

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Will the Rogue brewery give/sell homebrewers who show up at the brewery(yes, for consumption of happiness in a keg ) some spent yeast? Does anyone know if they'll do that? Has anyone done just that before? I know someone who has showed up to a local brew pub and got a small bucket full, but Rogue?

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Thanks for the heads up...I stocked up on some yeast, including a Rogue Pacman, even though I hate just about every rogue beer.

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Thanks for the heads up...I stocked up on some yeast, including a Rogue Pacman, even though I hate just about every rogue beer.
I'm surprised to hear that you're not a Rogue fan. I don't like their brews across the board as much as say, Stone (the best brewery out there, for my money), but overall I've thought they are pretty good. Had some Dead Guy on draft tonight, went down very well.
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sorry, newbie question...

what's so good about rogue's PM yeast?

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What's the best extract recipe you guys have brewed with the pacman yeast?



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