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Old 03-03-2011, 06:46 PM   #121
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lol, you should see the crap i ordered, once my mill was near complete, and i saw this thead im like IN!!!!!! so i made a schedule of potential brews for this year... (25 or so) and i jumped on it.

heres a pick of stuff i ordered (specialty stuff) some of it may get me through the entire year and the hops until july.

this was about 2 weeks ago




1 lb Briess cherry smoked malt
1 oz cacade whole
2 lb fawcett amber
19 lb red wheat malt
2 oz simcoe whole
4 oz Amarillo pellet
4 ozCentennial
4 oz Columbus
4 oz Warrior
4 oz Hallertau Mittlefruh
3 lb rice hulls
1 lb brown malt
11 lb maris otter
1 lb cacade pellet
6 lb vienna malt
3 lb munich
4 lb german pils
1 lb 90L
2 lb 60L
3 lb crapils
1 lb victory
1 lb 10L
1 lb 20L
3 lb flaked maze
2 new chrome faucets
whole bunch of keg connections

Bayou Classic SQ14
2 boxes of vacuum bags

not seen bunch of parts of bolts and wood for my three tier gravity brew stand

beer:
weihenstephaner - hefeweissbier
Rogue - Dead guy ale
Fullers - esb
Victory - yakima glory ale (black ipa)
Sierra nevada - bigfoot
Franziskaner - weissbier
dogfishead - indian brown ale
rogue - northwestern ale (deadliest catch)
Belhaven - wee heavy
paulaner - hefe-weizen

then already i have done two brews this past weekend
~barleywine and arrogant bastard clone

~ ordered also 6 rhizomes (3 cascade, and 3 Chinook)

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Old 03-03-2011, 06:53 PM   #122
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its official i have to stop hanging around on here and reading these threads! need to work on my thesis.. rather read about beer!

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Haha I thought I was getting too much stuff in the past couple weeks (sp10 burner, 30 qt pot, mill, buckets, hops, and other little stuff), but I see you've been more active!

But back to the topic for a second, I hope the last payment clears by tomorrow, I really can't wait to pick up the grain and start brewing

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Old 03-03-2011, 07:46 PM   #124
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Rustbucket - your a good man, I don't care what anyone says about you - ha! You could be doing a lot worse things than brewing beer. (right now I am working on setting up an electric kettle). Unfortunately, I have some home rewiring to do!

I will check back with the K47K and see if it cleared today.

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Old 03-03-2011, 08:25 PM   #125
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Hey guys - Order is in and the check has cleared. I expect that I will get the order in tomorrow evening (3/4/2011).

What next:

1. Once the order is in I have to check it to be sure that we received everything that we were supposed to.
2. Pending we are all set, you guys can come pick it up this weekend (just get in touch with me to tell me when).

Note: If you are hot to trot, you can come pick up your stuff Friday night (pending we are all good with delivery). I should be available for much of the weekend, but I do have a bday party to go to on Saturday, so I am not sure how long I will be there (or the time, just yet).

You guys have my phone number and my address, feel free to give me a call if need be.

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If you would like the malt analysis for our order I can email it to you - just let me know who wants it.

Thanks!

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Old 03-03-2011, 08:48 PM   #126
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sounds good me me.. we'll plan out something to get my stuff.. im not in a rush to get it at the moment... i still have like 30 lbs of 2 row left..

lol cida, some people call my crazy for all of that, my mother did the other day... when i brewed my barleywine.. shes like "why are you making a beer that you cant even have for another 8 months?, thats just stupid"

once it gets warm out, ill be building my brew stand... i have all the wood and what not.. i just need the weather to be somewhat comfortable to work in.... so i can stain and finish the wood.

yup, hijacked the thread again.. haha

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Sounds great! I'll get in contact with you very soon. I'm thinking I can make it out there over the weekend. If not, I can wait until some time during the week. I'll let you know though.

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when was the order placed anyways. just curious on the turn around with delivery..

FarmerJoe, i split a bag of MO with you correct.. haha, im drawing a blank... how would you want to split the bag?, as well Cida do you have a scale for splitting or should i bring my little one that goes up to 7 lbs?

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Oh yea, we did split on the MO. I also split a bag with cidah. I'll be taking up a couple of buckets to take my share of those. I forgot about a scale though lol. I don't have one, but I'll get one before I head out to pick up if I need to. Guess it depends if cidah has a scale or not.

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we could use my house "people" bathroom scale (my little scale only goes to five lbs so it won;t work well for this). It weighs like 194.2 lbs for weight. It won't be the most accurate thing in the world but it will get darn close, enough to get us to about half each. If someone has something better then that is great too.

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