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Old 07-22-2013, 11:21 PM   #21
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Just signed up. Ka-boom!

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Old 07-22-2013, 11:55 PM   #22
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Old 07-23-2013, 12:04 AM   #23
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Sure I could do that, I will need to step them up a little first. Also, I am going to be in Berlin from the 29th to the 5th. Not sure if that will help with the exchange at all.
The bugs in GI Juliet I believe are from East Coast Yeast, not sure what they use in their other beers. But I can get other GI samples if you want. As long as I am going to be sending you stuff let me know if there is anything else you want me to try and grab.
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Old 07-23-2013, 01:52 AM   #24
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Just signed up for cant vi and lambeek II. Would love to try some of the others, but I was too late. Maybe I can convince some club members to join and we can get a 20 pack.

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Old 07-23-2013, 02:12 AM   #25
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Just signed up for cant vi and lambeek II. Would love to try some of the others, but I was too late. Maybe I can convince some club members to join and we can get a 20 pack.
I'm hoping to get the ones I didn't choose by trading people in this thread.
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Old 07-23-2013, 02:19 AM   #26
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B. bruery I is isolated from Saison de Rue and hence more a Saison Brett I guess.

Unfortunately, I can't get my hands on any sours from The Bruery here. Actually no real US sour beers at all (with the exception of Jolly Pumpkins and Jester King). So no chance for me to get any bugs from such beers.

If anyone participating in the experiment willing to send me some bugs or dregs, gets the Brett strains for free (I will cover the shipping costs myself and even send you some tubes with the Brett strains for returning them to me).

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I can send you some dregs from a bottle of Sahati from The Ale Apothecary. If you are unfamiliar with them, they are a small brewery in Bend, OR that all the Portland beer nerds are going nuts for right now. Everything is open fermented in barrels with wild Brett and a house lacto strain. For Sahati they use a finnish kuurna for lautering, which is basically a hollowed log that they fill with spruce that works as a natural filter for the wort.
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I could send the dregs from brux and a ecy 20 sour I made.

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I could send the dregs from brux and a ecy 20 sour I made.
Heh, I have a saison going now with ECY14 and the dregs from Brux.
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B. bruery I is isolated from Saison de Rue and hence more a Saison Brett I guess.

Unfortunately, I can't get my hands on any sours from The Bruery here. Actually no real US sour beers at all (with the exception of Jolly Pumpkins and Jester King). So no chance for me to get any bugs from such beers.

If anyone participating in the experiment willing to send me some bugs or dregs, gets the Brett strains for free (I will cover the shipping costs myself and even send you some tubes with the Brett strains for returning them to me).

Cheers, Sam
Figures - I just drank two bruery bottles at a buddies house and didn't grab them.

The beer store where I'm working has a few of the Bruery beers as well as some Americanized sours and lambics. I'll see what they have a good stock of and take some pictures. After that, you let me know what you want I'll pick them up and send you the dregs.

For those of you in the Raleigh area, check out "tasty beverage." Good selection, and about 20% cheaper than the places I've been in Pitt and Ohio.
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Just signed up: EBY08, EBY10, EBY11, EBY12, and EBY 13. As of a few minutes ago it appears that 8, 11, and 13 are the last available.

I'd be willing to trade with folks after the test batch is done.

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