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Old 05-06-2007, 02:05 AM   #21
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You want to do a hopsdirect purchase or somewhere else? Lets see, cascade I need. Nugget too but hopsdirect had only pellets of that. Probably should get the order in by Monday. 1lb of each is probably more than fine if they're still shipping 1.50#. I gotta toss what I bought last year; getting old.

http://www.hopsdirect.com/hops/leafhops.html Only bittering one they got is galena but I'm up for what we wanna go in on. I'll buy so its shipped here and I got a vac sealer.



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Old 05-06-2007, 05:02 PM   #22
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If Chimone covers me on the Sorachi, then I won't care what we get.

Cascade, Nugget and Galena work out for me.

I'll bring any leftover stuff and see about any oddball equipment we can swap or outright have. Kinda like what chics do with clothes.


I also have Hallertauer pellet to split via Monster Mash.



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Old 05-06-2007, 05:14 PM   #23
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I just looked. I have 4 ounces of Sorachis to bring you. There aren't the newest ones though. I think they are 6 months old, but been in the freezer the whole time. It's up to you if you want them.


Any decisions on what we're brewing yet?

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Old 05-06-2007, 07:33 PM   #24
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I'll buy 1# of cascade whole hops. I'm not sure about the nugget pellets though. I use nugget in both my ipa and porter which are regulars around here. I prefer whole but not sure why they don't have them this year. Galena I've used before but don't remember much about them. Should I get a lb of galena whole or nugget pellets? I guess the galena would loose the citrusy aroma w/ 60 minutes of boil... Choose wisely.

Galena Leaf Hops
A/A 13.2% Used for bittering (very bitter hop), Galena has a citrusy aroma.

Nugget Pellet Hops
a/a 13.6% - Type 90 Hop Pellets. Used for flavor, aroma and bittering with an herbal aroma.


As for what to brew, no clue yet. Maybe brewpaster 777? Something else?

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Both you guys are online; Cascade and Galena then? You up for 1/3 split on that or you want some nugget pellets instead galena I gotta get to a meeting but'll order when I get out. Think they're both $6.95 a lb and probably * 2 for shipping so is cheap.

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Galena and Cascade ordered.

Now, what the heck are we brewing? And what do you guys got to bring vs what I got handy. I got:

Two 3 tiers (one ghetto with no burners)
1 turkey fryer burner (need to test to make sure I didn't bust it)
1 keggle
1 5g mash tun (sigh)
7 & 4g pots no spickets.
pre-chiller (haven't used it yet)
counter flow chiller.
2x propane tanks (1 is on the grill; balancing act)
o2 aerator
All the other BS for moving wort around.

Equip swap - saw that msg ollllllo. I got a 5, 10 and 20 co2 tank. Can only see two in my short/long term future. Only problem is the 10 & 20 I haven't had tested yet. I'm not saying, I'm just saying . Either of you pin-lock keggers? I got one I have no use for. Other crap as my mind thinks of it.

Cooking. Vegetarians either of ya? I'll be going to the sonoran meat market for some marinated chicken, beef and pork the day before for the grill. Good authentic sh!t. Some freshly made tortilla's, salsa and refried beenies would be good to top it off that if you know of some good stuff maybe you guys could bring.

Could be hot - swimming, or at least a jump in to cool off is available (swimsuit required).

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Brewing: Open. I did the 777, but can do it again especially since I neeed the practice and I want to do what ever recipe you guys do so that we can compare notes. My 3 AGs have been "seat of your pant" affairs.

I have enough portable Equipment to do the 2 tier thing moving the wort from the MLT to the boil pot manually:

1 black and decker tool stand
1 cooler (for 2nd tier)
1 keggle as a HLT
1 10g Cooler MLT
1 Boil keggle
2 Bayou Classic burners
2 Propane
1O2 aerator
1 Prechiller
1 Shirron plate
1 completely untested wort wizard
1 hop randall
1 hopstopper that ocassionally loses its seal (hit and miss, I think I overtightened it)

and one small ass Jeep to fit it in.

SWAP or really give aways:
Pin lock socket.
Bunches of barbed corny fittings.
3 or 4 Regular faucets that will stick (I'm just saying) I will only give to you if you swear it's for a jockey box and not devoted to full time use.

Eating: Yes that all sounds good.

Cooking or Bringing: I can bring some Los Dos Molinos Salsa and refrieds.

Beer: I'll see about getting a 1/2 corny of the Amarillo cream from Sonaora. I don't know what growlers of my stuff will bring

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I got a full 5 and 10 gallon setup.

If you're wanting to go 10 gallons I can bring the MLT and a keggle/chiller. Plus I have one of those nifty 210k BTU burners.


let me know what you need, and Ill just throw it in the pickup before I leave

and your food idea sounds delicious



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