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Old 09-03-2012, 09:06 PM   #1
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So I ordered a new Kettle and it still hasn't come yet. The supplier says it was shipped out the end of last week. I've been holding off on brewing until it arrives, so I have been looking for a good all AG recipe to brew in it when it does finally come.

Has anyone gone through this or did you just go ahead and brew while waiting? (I am on a budget so that my lame excuse) Anyway, if anyone has a good holiday brew recipe that wouldn't mind sharing, that would be awesome as I would like to brew a holiday beer in my new kettle. Plus, the season right around the corner!!! Thanks for your time and happy per Holidays.

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Old 09-03-2012, 09:55 PM   #2
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LOL That's how I feel!!!

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I'd brew while waiting though.... And brew while you're waiting to brew while waiting too..

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^ Like it ^

I want to believe me.... ah f the budget I'm freaking brewing man. I'm still looking for a good Holiday recipe thou.

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I want to believe me.... ah f the budget I'm freaking brewing man. I'm still looking for a good Holiday recipe thou.
Why don't you try searching through the recipe wiki, it's a great place to look for, um, recipes, oh and BTW there are a lot of recipes there that other people have already shared and brewed and commented on and then shared some more!
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Why don't you try searching through the recipe wiki, it's a great place to look for, um, recipes, oh and BTW there are a lot of recipes there that other people have already shared and brewed and commented on and then shared some more!
I have sir... the search will continue. thx
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What holliday are you looking at? I'm not sure there is a style associated with Labor Day? Maybe a fall type beer? Is it too late to brew an octoberfest? Maybe you should look for something for the upcoming winter holidays. A Christmas Ale maybe? I brewed a chocolate stout a few weeks ago that is tasting amazing. I've been no help, and I will just go away now!

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........the absolute first thing I always think of, when someone says "freaking out".
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........the absolute first thing I always think of, when someone says "freaking out".

The snozberries taste like snozberries??

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