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Old 01-25-2010, 09:21 PM   #21
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12 - 4 gallon batches... that's quite an undertaking. I think you're going to need some help in drinking all of those.

I agree that you should make a 13th combination of all of the hops. Maybe call it Rufus (for those of you not in the know, that's a reference to the movie Dogma). Or perhaps Matthias, the ACTUAL 13th apostle to replace Judas. Jesus is kind of an important dude too, maybe he could be the icon of the 13th beer.

And, not to start a heated debate based on another recent thread, maybe the 13th beer could be a direct blend of all the other 12.



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Old 01-25-2010, 09:29 PM   #22
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All good ideas.

I will have to find partners in crime to brew all these. That is a lot of IPA! To be specific, it is 42 sets of the Twelve Hopostles!!!



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Old 04-04-2010, 02:14 AM   #23
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Is Weyermann Cara Amber the same as Amber malt? Or should I go with Crisp Amber. These are the only 2 I have found. Thanks

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12 - 4 gallon batches... that's quite an undertaking. I think you're going to need some help in drinking all of those.

I agree that you should make a 13th combination of all of the hops. Maybe call it Rufus (for those of you not in the know, that's a reference to the movie Dogma). Or perhaps Matthias, the ACTUAL 13th apostle to replace Judas. Jesus is kind of an important dude too, maybe he could be the icon of the 13th beer.

And, not to start a heated debate based on another recent thread, maybe the 13th beer could be a direct blend of all the other 12.
+1 on jesus bein the 13th beer and all the hops
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Old 04-04-2010, 03:48 AM   #25
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man, that is a stellar idea. my wife and i were kicking around names for a brewery and 'st. andrew's' came up, the st. andrew's ipa looks tasty! hell, they all do.

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Is Weyermann Cara Amber the same as Amber malt? Or should I go with Crisp Amber. These are the only 2 I have found. Thanks
No, they're not the same. Crisp's Amber malt would be a British Amber malt. Weyermann's is a caramel malt, so it has no diastatic power.
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This is perhaps the coolest thing that I've seen on this board.

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This would be a fun experiment to see what each hop does...but how about making a beer at the end that contains all 12?

THAT, I would brew.
Um......AMEN???
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This is a great idea and really cool labels. Is it me, or does philip have too many fingers on his right hand?

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I agree that you should make a 13th combination of all of the hops. Maybe call it Rufus (for those of you not in the know, that's a reference to the movie Dogma).
It'd have to be a CDA


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