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Old 12-02-2012, 05:19 PM   #151
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I meant that the disappearance of Jake and Dawson was final, not that it was the final episode. Chip is still doing great work, but the show will need to adapt to a new format, new hosts, etc.

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Old 12-02-2012, 08:36 PM   #152
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None More Cask FTW!!!

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Old 12-02-2012, 08:46 PM   #153
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Old 12-02-2012, 09:01 PM   #154
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I meant that the disappearance of Jake and Dawson was final, not that it was the final episode. Chip is still doing great work, but the show will need to adapt to a new format, new hosts, etc.
True. I can't agree more.
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Old 12-03-2012, 01:29 PM   #155
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Our thoughts exactly!
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Old 12-03-2012, 02:07 PM   #156
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I think the Graff episode is my favorite, but I'm a little biased there. Looking back I think it was the "here's a different technique" episodes that I like the most (open fermentation, partigyle, hop abuse beers, biab, etc) because it tried to get people out of the routine they have with brewing and try something a different way. The commercial brewery episodes are cool to see how they do things but I love the crazy homebrew ones more. Keep them coming when you got them and I'll always be one of the first to watch it. Thanks again for all the hard work Chip. Cheers

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Old 12-04-2012, 02:35 AM   #157
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I think the Graff episode is my favorite, but I'm a little biased there. Looking back I think it was the "here's a different technique" episodes that I like the most (open fermentation, partigyle, hop abuse beers, biab, etc) because it tried to get people out of the routine they have with brewing and try something a different way. The commercial brewery episodes are cool to see how they do things but I love the crazy homebrew ones more. Keep them coming when you got them and I'll always be one of the first to watch it. Thanks again for all the hard work Chip. Cheers
Agreed. I dug the solo brew Chap did using chocolate. And the one where Dawson and Keeler did batches with random leftover ingredients and then did a tasting and tried to guess what was in the other's beer.

Those are examples of brewing because it is fun.

I also liked the ice fishing, lake water brewing episode.
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Old 12-04-2012, 02:43 AM   #158
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Clemifornia Dreaming was a great episode. The ice fishing one was really cool, now I want to brew with lakewater...

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Old 12-07-2012, 01:27 AM   #159
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Call it my only need for trashy drama because I don't watch it on tv, but I need (probably not really) to know why they left NB. I know they'll do it anyway, but I don't need Internet Mom's replying back that I should respect their decision not to explain blah blah.... I demand transparency.

I bet it was all of the lame product combos... I'm wondering what they'll price the Tylenol and Barleywine combo.

But on a serious note, I'd like to hear/see more about Kris England's brewery.

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Old 12-07-2012, 06:11 AM   #160
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Call it my only need for trashy drama because I don't watch it on tv, but I need (probably not really) to know why they left NB. I know they'll do it anyway, but I don't need Internet Mom's replying back that I should respect their decision not to explain blah blah.... I demand transparency.

I bet it was all of the lame product combos... I'm wondering what they'll price the Tylenol and Barleywine combo.

But on a serious note, I'd like to hear/see more about Kris England's brewery.
I love minor internet celebrity drama too. I want dirt too! I'm just going to assume its because the product placement got a little too much in the later episodes...like pimping 5-star's 5.2pH stabilizer in the BIAB show (head over to the brew science thread to see pages and pages of threads decrying it as fraud).

And Kris England! they NEED to do an episode on his historical recreations. The About Stout ep with the 1883 guinness was based off of shut up about barclay perkins (that he contributes to) but he was no where to be seen. He is referenced tons in Mitch Steele's IPA book, now is the time!
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