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Old 01-10-2012, 05:46 PM   #141
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I thought so...but I figured maybe folks weren't thinking the obvious...


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Old 01-10-2012, 05:55 PM   #142
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Old 01-11-2012, 03:23 AM   #143
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Those of you who have engaged in on topic debate, thank you.

To others, trying to derail (troll) any thread because you simply disagree with the concept of the thread, will not be tolerated.

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Old 01-11-2012, 03:37 AM   #144
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Sorry mods for the bs, just having fun....to make my post relevant, I guess what the op is doing is different, but to all the rest reading the thread, take it with a grain of salt, and research it all on your own....you might find some methods work and some don't, but you won't know for sure until you try it

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Old 01-11-2012, 03:48 AM   #145
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I could foresee this happening on page 10 of this thread... I did warn people

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Old 01-11-2012, 08:03 AM   #146
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I skipped up here from page 10, and didn't bother reading back a bit to see why everyone got their posts deleted. I'm sure this thread has devolved in to some fresh internet hell.

I know this has been said already, maybe a hundred times, but the OP is a different type of homebrewer. Hell, we're all different types of homebrewers. He calls it "minimalist." I agree with most of you and tend to call it "stupid." But that's because I'm only interested in making the best beer I possibly can.

I'm proposing an experiment. And I hope I'm not the only one who tries this, but I am definitely going through with it.

I'm going to make a self-designed Simcoe Imperial IPA recipe two different ways on my next brew day. (Probably the last week of this month)

The first method: my standard All-grain set-up. 10gal round mash tun with a false bottom, single infusion with mash-out, fly sparge, 90 minute boil with scheduled hop additions, quick cool with my wort chiller, etc etc etc.

The second method: I'll follow the OP's OP to the letter. BIAB, no temp control, no pH measurements, with hop tea and 25 min boil, no chill method, etc etc etc.

I'll bottle the "traditional" using Revvy's method from his famous Bottling post (Thanks a ton for that btw, totally REVVolutionized my bottling days), and I'll bottle the OP's way using a funnel and a sanitized measuring cup.

We'll see what happens. I'm fairly certain the OP's method will reign victorious, and his paradigm shifting views on brewing will forever ALTER my brew days.

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Old 01-11-2012, 09:30 AM   #147
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I read this thread and love it.

I just wonder sometimes about brewing in the very early days and how beer tasted. Because, I could be wrong, but I bet they were very minimal in their approach.

Sometimes the art gets lost in the technology.

But then again i'm a fan of technology. So who knows.......

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Old 01-11-2012, 09:54 AM   #148
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I skipped up here from page 10, and didn't bother reading back a bit to see why everyone got their posts deleted. I'm sure this thread has devolved in to some fresh internet hell.

I know this has been said already, maybe a hundred times, but the OP is a different type of homebrewer. Hell, we're all different types of homebrewers. He calls it "minimalist." I agree with most of you and tend to call it "stupid." But that's because I'm only interested in making the best beer I possibly can.

I'm proposing an experiment. And I hope I'm not the only one who tries this, but I am definitely going through with it.

I'm going to make a self-designed Simcoe Imperial IPA recipe two different ways on my next brew day. (Probably the last week of this month)

The first method: my standard All-grain set-up. 10gal round mash tun with a false bottom, single infusion with mash-out, fly sparge, 90 minute boil with scheduled hop additions, quick cool with my wort chiller, etc etc etc.

The second method: I'll follow the OP's OP to the letter. BIAB, no temp control, no pH measurements, with hop tea and 25 min boil, no chill method, etc etc etc.

I'll bottle the "traditional" using Revvy's method from his famous Bottling post (Thanks a ton for that btw, totally REVVolutionized my bottling days), and I'll bottle the OP's way using a funnel and a sanitized measuring cup.

We'll see what happens. I'm fairly certain the OP's method will reign victorious, and his paradigm shifting views on brewing will forever ALTER my brew days.
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I read this thread and love it.

I just wonder sometimes about brewing in the very early days and how beer tasted. Because, I could be wrong, but I bet they were very minimal in their approach.

Sometimes the art gets lost in the technology.

But then again i'm a fan of technology. So who knows.......
I bet the old beers tasted like a**...a few members have brewed up historical beers before hops were used for bittering....bob is one of them who's highly educated in the matter
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Old 01-11-2012, 11:50 AM   #150
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I bet the old beers tasted like a**...a few members have brewed up historical beers before hops were used for bittering....bob is one of them who's highly educated in the matter
Ok so start when hops was being used......just saying, in regards to a lot of things, overthinking happens a lot
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