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Old 04-08-2007, 04:00 PM   #41
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Yep,I missed it too. Don't think I'll be up at 2am.to catch the next go around. I'd be interested in a copy also if someone's so inclined . Up here where I'm at(N.E.Pa.),I'm 40 mins. from my LHBS and the old Stegmeier brewery that sits dormant and empty.I think it would be a neat thing to host a mass homebrew get together in there.I think our forefathers would be proud.And talking to the locals they say the mash could be smelled for quite aways (ah mash smells). Shane

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Old 04-08-2007, 04:03 PM   #42
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Yep,I missed it too. Don't think I'll be up at 2am.to catch the next go around. I'd be interested in a copy also if someone's so inclined . Up here where I'm at(N.E.Pa.),I'm 40 mins. from my LHBS and the old Stegmeier brewery that sits dormant and empty.I think it would be a neat thing to host a mass homebrew get together in there.I think our forefathers would be proud.And talking to the locals they say the mash could be smelled for quite aways (ah mash smells). Shane

Wow, really? I'm friends with a guy (a Stegmeier) whose various relatives owned and operated the brewery. Just found this out a few weeks ago. His grandfather has all the old bottles and stuff they used. I think it was technically my friend's great-uncle who ran it, but I'm not totally sure.
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Old 04-08-2007, 04:08 PM   #43
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i watched it last night as well.
they sure were not worried about hot side aeration when they showed the colonial brewing were they?
scoop, pour, splash!!

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Old 04-08-2007, 04:11 PM   #44
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i watched it last night as well.
they sure were not worried about hot side aeration when they showed the colonial brewing were they?
scoop, pour, splash!!
I noticed that too. Maybe they wern't worried about that back then.
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it probably did not sit around long enough to matter

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I really enjoyed the show as well. They focused a lot on American lager...but that's because the American public focuses so much on American lager.

Did the consistent mispronunciation of "wort" bug anyone else?

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I really enjoyed the show as well. They focused a lot on American lager...but that's because the American public focuses so much on American lager.

Did the consistent mispronunciation of "wort" bug anyone else?
Yes. Every time he said WORT, I was torn between being irritated and laughing at myself for being an EAC about it.
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I saw it, too. It was Ok. I actually thought the Modern Marvels beer episode on History Channel was better, though this one did delve more into homebrewing.

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I really enjoyed the show as well. They focused a lot on American lager...but that's because the American public focuses so much on American lager.

Did the consistent mispronunciation of "wort" bug anyone else?
Yeah, though according to the dictionary both pronunciation are correct.
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I am rewatching this....I just saw Vinnie Cilurzo at a beer judging table...LOL.

I liked what they did with the manipulation of the old photos as well....the moving parts was unique.

I can torrent it, but I'm gonna need help. PM or explain what I need to do here and I can get on it. That might be easier than burning 20 DVDs.

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