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Old 05-10-2013, 12:09 AM   #21
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yeah it was a pretty awesome brew day. we drank some awesome beers and hopefully made some too.

in terms of your barleywine soapy, i'd allow 2 months at the very least but honestly as soon as you like the taste of it it's ready to drink. age is only gonna improve a beer like a barleywine . if you brewed it now and laid it down until christmas it should be incredible. if you want help/tastetesters let us know



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Old 05-10-2013, 12:10 AM   #22
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I'm interested in doing a barleywine for winter, but I'm curious. How long will you age it before trying the first bottle? Or, (to ask the same question in reverse) if I wanted to celebrate Christmas/New Years by opening a bottle of barleywine, when should I start brewing it?
Were gonna try a few in like a month or month and a half fresh then try it periodically every few months. I think brewing one now would be good for Christmas and years to come. Just pitch lots of healty yeast and oxygenate the nuts off it.


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Old 11-18-2013, 02:51 AM   #23
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Hey everyone im chris and im over in punxsy. Id love to meet up with some local brewers for a brew day or getting a club together.

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Hey I'm originally from DuBois but now live in Virginia. It would be cool to be come home an brew or hang with the brew club. Seven extract batches, looking to make the jump to all grain soon.

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Hey everyone im chris and im over in punxsy. Id love to meet up with some local brewers for a brew day or getting a club together.
psnydez86 and I have done a few joint brewdays and it's been pretty cool. it'd be great to have more people involved. so we should definitely plan something.

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Hey I'm originally from DuBois but now live in Virginia. It would be cool to be come home an brew or hang with the brew club. Seven extract batches, looking to make the jump to all grain soon.
that'd be sweet. let us know when you're planning on coming up and we'll figure something out. if we can't brew we'll atleast drink some and talk beer
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I'm from Titusville, so not too awful far away.

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I'm from Titusville, so not too awful far away.
cool. I take my gear up to conneaut lake every once in awhile to brew. that's only about a half hour away from titusville.
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I'm not sure how far it is for you guys but there is a club out of Erie called HAZARD Homebrewing
https://www.facebook.com/groups/Hazardhomebrewing/

We have members that come from as far as Oil City and Warren but the majority are from the Erie area.

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Cool to see more people that are fairly local homebrewing! Jester and I are planning another big brew day for next may on national homebrew day so if anyone's interested on meeting up then or prior let us know. Mike and I hang out regularly sharing home and commercial beers.

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I'm totally down for a brew day. I'm a new brewer, goin to bottle my first batch this weekend. I deployed overseas twice for a total of almost 3 years and the entire time I was gone I was researching brewing. My troops used to make fun of me cuz they would walk in and I'd be into my "beer porn". Haha.



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