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Old 09-10-2012, 01:25 AM   #421
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Many great blogs in this thread! I'm looking forward to reading a lot of them. I just started one myself. I recently moved to New York, so a lot of it will be centered around brewing in small places (I'm in Brooklyn), discovering new beers and events on the east coast, and other in-depth homebrew discussion. No videos, I'm far too ugly for that. You can check it out here:

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Old 09-10-2012, 04:04 AM   #422
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Many great blogs in this thread! I'm looking forward to reading a lot of them. I just started one myself. I recently moved to New York, so a lot of it will be centered around brewing in small places (I'm in Brooklyn), discovering new beers and events on the east coast, and other in-depth homebrew discussion. No videos, I'm far too ugly for that. You can check it out here:

Brooklyn Brew Blog
Nice ill add you to my list tomorrow when I'm on my computer!!!

Welcome to the east coast.
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Old 09-11-2012, 01:13 PM   #423
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Nice ill add you to my list tomorrow when I'm on my computer!!!

Welcome to the east coast.
Well, things change quick! I ended up slightly rebranding my blog to a different name that better fit the content I'm producing / planning to produce.

bkbrew.com was the old URL, and can now be found at:

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Ive posted a little update on some recent brewing. Also, Im going to be brewing a batch using Yohimbe bark. I talk abuot that a bit as well. Its going to be an interesting brew to say the least.

Loving all the posts on here. If someone doesnt tell me they did an update I would never know. So I appreciate it. Also, I realy like the youtube bit. Thats a great idea and you've done it well.

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Well, things change quick! I ended up slightly rebranding my blog to a different name that better fit the content I'm producing / planning to produce.

bkbrew.com was the old URL, and can now be found at:

The Pour Report
I love your header with the beer bottle/city scape!

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Ive posted a little update on some recent brewing. Also, Im going to be brewing a batch using Yohimbe bark. I talk abuot that a bit as well. Its going to be an interesting brew to say the least.

Loving all the posts on here. If someone doesnt tell me they did an update I would never know. So I appreciate it. Also, I realy like the youtube bit. Thats a great idea and you've done it well.
Stinks about that stuck sparge! Nothing worse than something makes a mess up a brew day. Will be interested to see the research on this bark. Are you thinking about using it in the boil, for aging or both? I think Dogfish uses some bark or tree root in their bitches brew?

Keep the updates coming everyone!

I just posted on how I feel Seasonal beers come out too soon, and depart to early. Let me know what you think by leaving a comment!
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A bunch of new posts up shortly. Stay tuned. I think i've read just about every blog listed in this thread now. I love seeing all the different perspectives. Best obsession/hobby in the world.

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No blog updates recently, but I'm currently in the middle of brewing a pumpkin beer (34 minutes left to go in the boil) with my "patented" shredded raw pumpkin in the mash.

I'll be posting about the brew soon I'm sure. Also need to get around to some long-overdue tasting notes...someday!

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No blog updates recently, but I'm currently in the middle of brewing a pumpkin beer (34 minutes left to go in the boil) with my "patented" shredded raw pumpkin in the mash.

I'll be posting about the brew soon I'm sure. Also need to get around to some long-overdue tasting notes...someday!
Would like to see a some design, or blog post, on this patent I just did a pumpkin beer last saturday and even with a ton of rice hulls (which I never use) i had a stuck sparge multiple times...almost thought I was going to have to scoop the mash into a nylon back to separate it! Ended up working fine after a lot of blowing
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Would like to see a some design, or blog post, on this patent I just did a pumpkin beer last saturday and even with a ton of rice hulls (which I never use) i had a stuck sparge multiple times...almost thought I was going to have to scoop the mash into a nylon back to separate it! Ended up working fine after a lot of blowing
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Old 09-20-2012, 06:23 PM   #430
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Nice thread! I have been keeping up with a blog since I started brewing a year and a half ago. Just added some photos of my homegrown hops that will soon be harvested. http://www.lukesbrews.blogspot.com/2...t-is-near.html
I love seeing traffic on the blog, let's me know there are people actually reading it! Hope you all enjoy and I definitely welcome comments.

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