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Old 11-24-2011, 02:22 PM   #1
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Default Happy thanksgiving everyone!

I just wanted to wish everyone here on HBT and there families a happy thanksgiving. I am brewing my stout this evening.

So today god bless you all and best wishes.

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Old 11-24-2011, 02:26 PM   #2
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Happy Thanksgiving back at you, Don.

I think I'm brewing this year's version of my cream stout on Saturday. Here's what I did last year sweet-stout, but this year, I'm not going to use Munich as the base malt. It was good, but am going to use pale malt with a couple of pounds of Munich. Also, going to decrease the roasted barley and increase the chocolate malt. For the yeast, I'm going to use Windsor this time instead of the Edinburgh, unless the pale ale that is fermenting now on Edinburgh is ready to be racked.

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Old 11-24-2011, 02:39 PM   #3
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Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

Today I give thanks that my sister is home from the hospital and is doing OK, Thanks that I still have a job, and most importantly I give thanks that I have my beautiful son and the wonderful adventure he brings every day to my life.

Prost! I'm on my second Bells two hearted, nice to not be cooking for a change.

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Old 11-24-2011, 02:47 PM   #4
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Happy thanksgiving to everyone. Got a brown ale with cinnamon fermenting. Will be bottling this sat. Wish I planned better and had some for today. instead I will be drinking on some yuengling black and tans. wish everyone a great day

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Old 11-24-2011, 02:58 PM   #5
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Happy thanksgiving everyone. Today is my mom's birthday, so I'm going to be cooking donner for the first time, hope everyone is happy and healthy this holiday season!

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Happy Toikey day, beer brothers and sisters. I've got to work all four this weekend, so no brewing, but I've been able to hand out a few from a batch of stout I brewed a while back, so I'm thankful for that. I've also got some SN Celebration, Cascadia IPA (anyone had that? - good stuff) and half a growler of Rogue Amber Ale in the fridge - those poor damn Pilgrims were lucky if they had spruce-beer.

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Old 11-24-2011, 03:28 PM   #7
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I am thankful for Homebrewtalk for increasing my brewing knowledge severalfold. I am also thankful for my barbequed turkey, which should be delicious and ready to eat in about 90 minutes, my bottle of Bruery Autumn Maple, and the fact that I have a four-day weekend, for which an epic brew day will take place.

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Happy T-day to all! I am thankful for finding a hobby that quickly became an obsession. No brewing this weekend but next weekend it's on

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We just bottled my wife's summer ale last Monday,so turkey day week is close enough,I guess. The turkey's in the oven,my Native American style blueberry pudding is reducing on the stove,& the SN Celebration ale & Leinenkugel's nut brown ale is chilling in the fridge. Our own ales are clearing really well in the boxed up bottles now. It's a beautiful day,& happy Thanksgiving y'all! Four days of drinking & feasting,yowza!
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Old 11-24-2011, 10:20 PM   #10
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Bad news. I started this thread and an hour later my garage was on fire. I live in a mobile home that was next to the garage. Trailer didn't totally burn. All of us are unharmed.

I did save my Irish red that I brewed last Sunday and my ingredients for my stout I was gonna brew today.

I lost one chicken out of 21. My coop was attached to garage. I tore the chicken wire off and started slinging them out.

Despite the horrible events of the day, we have our lives to be thankful for and friends and family who are there for us

In all sincerity, happy thanksgiving, and god bless

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