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Old 04-09-2012, 01:05 PM   #2331
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I'll do my 'Good Deed for the Day' and alert the Department of Public Health so that they can put on extra staff for that week.

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Old 04-11-2012, 02:08 AM   #2332
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OK, my Bday is almost ova. Where can I get a nice sweet 18 year old to tickle my special parts with her tongue before midnite in the Shire's? She has to be really pretty.

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Old 04-11-2012, 02:11 AM   #2333
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PM me. I'll give you Yeager's number.

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Old 04-11-2012, 02:32 AM   #2334
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PM me. I'll give you Yeager's number.
Heshe lives too far away. Dont get me wrong, the Canadian Ms whatever contestant would definitely qualify.

So I got a big brew day tomorrow. Two batches. First one is AG the ol fashioned way! Gettin the three tier out for the first time in over two years!

Second is an extract, with grains that I tweaked just a bit.

8+ hours makin bier tomorrow!
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Old 04-11-2012, 05:43 PM   #2335
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Rick,
sounds like we can do this, so I'll bring a bottle of Pliney next Tuesday for the club. The beer now is at basement temperature - about 55 F if I'm guessing (or maybe 55.67834, which I guess is 56). If it looks like it's going to be hot next week, I can bring it on ice. (after reading the text below, I don't know the bottling date right now)

Here's some info regarding the beer from Russian River website:
Pliny the Elder Double India Pale Ale


Pliny the Elder is brewed with Amarillo, Centennial, CTZ, and Simcoe hops. It is well-balanced with malt, hops, and alcohol, slightly bitter with a fresh hop aroma of floral, citrus, and pine. Best enjoyed FRESH! That is why we make it in such limited supply. Actual bottling date is printed on each bottle!


Where did we come up with this name? Back in the year 2000, our friend, Vic Kralj, who owns the Bistro in Hayward, California, decided to have his first ever Double IPA festival. Vic invited 10 breweries, 6 of whom (including us) had to brew something special for him since we had nothing that would fall under this style category. Vinnie had made a Double IPA at Blind Pig in 1994, but was not brewing one at Russian River Brewing at the time. He had an idea for the recipe, but not a name. After much research in beer books, brainstorming, and deliberation, we came up with "Pliny the Elder". Pliny, the man, lived in the first century- 23 to 79 A.D. According to our brewing references, he and his contemporaries either created the botanical name or at least wrote about Lupus Salictarius, or hops, currently known as Humulus Lupulus. That was a very early reference to an important part of any Double IPA! Pliny the beer has now become one of our flagship brews!

Pliny the Elder was immortalized by his nephew, Pliny the Younger, who wrote about his uncle succumbing to ash and smoke during the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 A.D. while rescuing people. Cheers to the scholar, historian, officer, writer, and Roman Naturalist- Pliny the Elder!

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Pub draft and bottles, local distribution draft and bottles, all distributors draft, West Coast and Colorado bottles, year-round

Original Gravity: 1.070

Alcohol by Volume: 8.0%
Color: Copper
Bitterness: High

Must have missed that raffle...ahem
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Long brew day. Up at 5 am, straight to the garage, and was heating water before the coffee was ready. I had set everything up and washed everything out last nite, so I could brew right away. Two batches. AG brown ale and a full boil extract ipa. Finished putting everything away around 3 today. Then the ms made my steamahs and lobstah for the birthday. Now I'm tuckered out, beered up, and stuffed. Burp.

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Old 04-11-2012, 09:42 PM   #2337
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long brew day. Up at 5 am, straight to the garage, and was heating water before the coffee was ready. I had set everything up and washed everything out last nite, so i could brew right away. Two batches. Ag brown ale and a full boil extract ipa. Finished putting everything away around 3 today. Then the ms made my steamahs and lobstah for the birthday. Now i'm tuckered out, beered up, and stuffed. Burp.
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Must have missed that raffle...ahem
Yeah, the person with the tickets couldn't make the meeting. We'll do it next meeting, if nhwrecker doesn't drink it before then.
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Old 04-12-2012, 12:57 AM   #2339
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Blind Tiger equals goooood.

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Old 04-12-2012, 01:04 AM   #2340
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What ya drinking, I loved that place...I heard the Charcuterie & Cheese Plate was amazing
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