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Old 01-26-2006, 02:51 AM   #21
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Well, you slimy little scuzballs, oops I apologize, I thought this was Thursday night and I was logged in at verbal-abuse.com.

I'm glad my life entertains you so much. (I'm glad MY life entertains me so much too!). I'd like to oblige your request, but you see, I'm limited to 500 characters... (I don't even have enough room to list the contents of my 11 kegs and I have 8 more to fill!!)

I know what you mean. Sometimes I don't even know when or where I am going.

But it's a great life! Better than sitting at a desk all the time!

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Old 01-26-2006, 03:02 AM   #22
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Good question. I need to go to my Local Hombrewing Supply Store and see what they've got. My basement is cold this winter so that my fermenting temp is about 59-61. I suppose I need to think about using some lager yeast.

Any suggestions on something that would be good to brew?



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Old 01-26-2006, 03:47 AM   #23
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Good question. I need to go to my Local Hombrewing Supply Store and see what they've got. My basement is cold this winter so that my fermenting temp is about 59-61. I suppose I need to think about using some lager yeast.

Any suggestions on something that would be good to brew?
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Old 01-26-2006, 07:01 AM   #24
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Well it's my birthday weekend and I'll be brewing an American IPA along with enjoying a few tasty treats from the cellar like Yuengling Black and Tan, some 2 year old Belgian strong and Chocolate stouts. And take a few more to an event at a local cigar store. I was also planning on stopping by a pizza/brewry called Oggi's that just oppened recently and try a few of their offerings. All in all it should be a very beery weekend.

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Old 01-26-2006, 02:16 PM   #25
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... I was also planning on stopping by a pizza/brewry called Oggi's that just oppened recently...
Looks like they've got some nice beer offerings! Gotta love that label for their California Gold Blonde Ale!
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Looks like they've got some nice beer offerings! Gotta love that label for their California Gold Blonde Ale!
Yep, that's on my menu for Saturday afternoon.

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My APA should be bubbling out by Sunday so I can bottle on monday...

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My APA should be bubbling out by Sunday so I can bottle on monday...
no secondary? if not,and it was me, i'd let it ride for another week before you bottle.
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May get to brew Experiments in Pale Ale #2, Lager Yeast. But only if I'm lucky. Have to move #1 out of the primary before I can do anything. It's only a half batch so the prep is minimal... hey I should do that now, just in case.
If I do it as a single batch, half will be #2 with lager yeast and half #3 with Nottingham dry yeast. But then I have to conjure up another primary... and in a week I either move the Extra Pale Ale to bottles or "discover" a new secondary at the over priced LHBS (like 80 bucks). I found a 20 liter water jug at the home center, but it is untested, and has foam (uncleanable?) seals to reckon with. I love this kind of problem.

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No brewing for me this weekend. I'll probably be racking both my tripel and my scottish to secondary though.



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