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Old 04-27-2006, 12:41 AM   #11
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Why don't we come up with one collectively? I know desertbrew will help out--and brew it. That makes a couple of us.

Any ideas? I want it kind of low profile--so I can give it away to my BMC drinking family/friends.

I did one last year so it was ready by opening kickoff of week 1.

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Sounds good! First things first- what style to brew or at least come close to? If you want a low-profile for BMC drinker, I suppose a Pilsener is a good start. Any other ideas? If we're doing a lager, we'd best get cracking-first kickoff is only 5 months away. Still enough time tho.
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Old 04-27-2006, 12:53 AM   #12
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Sounds good! First things first- what style to brew or at least come close to? If you want a low-profile for BMC drinker, I suppose a Pilsener is a good start. Any other ideas? If we're doing a lager, we'd best get cracking-first kickoff is only 5 months away. Still enough time tho.
I'd prefer not to do a lager, just because I don't have the means to "lager" it.

I was kicking around the idea a while back and kind of came up with an ESB type of recipe. But I'm game for something different. It could be a porter for all I care. I'll post what I had in mind in my sig. Give me a few minutes.
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Old 04-27-2006, 01:13 AM   #13
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I'd prefer not to do a lager, just because I don't have the means to "lager" it.
You're kidding. You've got that brand new rolling brewery and you don't have an old beat-up chest freezer? Time to hit some yard sales, Dude

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I was kicking around the idea a while back and kind of came up with an ESB type of recipe. But I'm game for something different. It could be a porter for all I care. I'll post what I had in mind in my sig. Give me a few minutes.
Ya know, I've never drank an ESB let alone brewed one. I'd give it a go, though.
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Old 04-27-2006, 01:20 AM   #14
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You're kidding. You've got that brand new rolling brewery and you don't have an old beat-up chest freezer? Time to hit some yard sales, Dude
Yeah, the plan is to get the whole chest freezer set up with the temp controller, but that won't happen until July at the earliest. Not enough time to get a lager done before kick-off.
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Old 04-27-2006, 01:50 AM   #15
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#4 has decided to play one more year.
Dude I'm happy for you Packer fans. Favre is a class act and represents what's good about football. He does throw a lot of interceptions but that is because he is always trying to make something happen.
I was truly sorry when John Elway and the Broncos beat him in XXXII. OK not really.
I was in Kuwait for that game and it's the best sports event ever for me. That was a helluva game and Favre kept them in it til the end.
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I just hope he front office gets off thier ass and give him some tools to work with this year. Yeah yeah yeah, 29 INTs last year and the last few years b4 that werent' real good either . . . but when you are throwing bullets at boulders they have to end up somewhere.

Get him a few decent recievers to throw to and a runing back to take some pressure off the passing game and even half of a working offensive line and he'll be fine. You can have the greatest wrench in the world but if the rest of your tool box is full of rusted worthless crap you aint going to be getting much done.
I think the front office has given him plenty of tools to work with. Javon Walker- He's the biggest tool on the team.
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Old 04-27-2006, 04:15 AM   #18
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Preachin to the converted and singin' to the choir bro.

I've been harping "GET A DAMN DEFENSE!!!!!!" for about 5 years now.

An AJ Hawk and a Charles Woodson would go a long way in putting Ws up for this team. Certainly they need more than that but you don't need 5 years to build a championship team anymore. Well, provided TT would get off his ass, as you stated.
I'm so happy about the Charles Woodson thing. I know he is not as fast as before but he is twice as good as the next Packer D-back. Aj would be a nice pick up.

By the way a have a ESB planed to go it is in the recipe section. Except I'm cutting the roasted barley. If you have any additions or subtractions on that recipe let me know.
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Old 04-27-2006, 04:19 AM   #19
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I'm currently racking and kegging so not much thought into the brew selection tonight but I'm in... I gotta second the negative on the lager; I'm in the friggen desert!

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Old 04-27-2006, 04:52 AM   #20
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Why don't we come up with one collectively? I know desertbrew will help out--and brew it. That makes a couple of us.

Any ideas?
Of course, it will have to feature cheese.

Cheddar Cream Ale?
Parmesan Porter?
Cheese Curd Kolsch?
Pepper Jack Pale?
Baby Swiss Saison?

OK, I'll stop now.....
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