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Old 01-09-2008, 03:13 PM   #1
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Default St. Patricks Day brew schedule?

We are going to host a St. Patricks day party so what better excuse for another beer. Dry stout? Irish Red?

What do you have planned for a homebrewed St. Patricks offering?



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Old 01-09-2008, 03:18 PM   #2
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LOL check my sig. Same situation here...



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Old 01-09-2008, 03:28 PM   #3
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Oh crap, thanks for the reminder, gotta get on this.

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Anyone going to make green homebrew?

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I've got a cider going, a Northern Brown going, and I've got to get started on a Stout. I was going to do an Irish Red as well but I am rapidly running out of time.

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just color the finished product, i reckon.

a couple of years back we researched getting a keg of guinness for a party - ended up with 5 cases of the draft cans. nectar. now it's homebrew all the way - brewing up a stout for paddies day, sure it won't have the same characteristics as the guinness just coming from my bottles, but it will be mine!

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The BIL is hosting, but asking me to supply the kegs.

10-Gallons Irish Stout (sig)
10-Gallons Munich Helles (for the BMC crowd)

Generally we tap kegs at around 9:30AM. There are about 50-60 people who eventually roll through during the day. He hires an Irish band. About 40 pounds of corned beef. We walk to the DogTown Parade. Watch the Irish dancers at St. Dominic's. Crawl back to the house by dinner and proceed to party till about 1:30AM.

A few of his friends are brewers at AB.

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Wow, that sounds like quite the party BM. I think I'd have to sneak in an afternoon nap at some point.

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Alright I am planning on brewing a Guiness Clone on Feb 10th, I'd like to make a harp style beer a week later but do not having lagering capabilities. Anyone have any suggestions?

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Old 01-09-2008, 05:33 PM   #10
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Yeah, I am brewing an Irish red and a dry stout specifically to be consumed that day. Will have a Munich Helles, IIPA, and English IPA available as well.



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