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Old 12-05-2008, 05:00 PM   #111
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Looks like we need from 6 - 7.5 oz of Perle hops for the Dead Guy. They seem to be unavailable locally at least where I've looked. Does anyone have a reliable source for hops?

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Old 12-05-2008, 05:30 PM   #112
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I think we got a sub the other day at MDHB. Stephin??

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Old 12-05-2008, 05:45 PM   #113
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According to BYO (Brew Your Own: The How-To Homebrew Beer Magazine - Comparing and Selecting Hops) Perle's sub is Northern Brewer or US Perle.

Everyone OK with US two row for the base malt for the dead guy? 12lbs per batch. There seems to have been some discussion of various malts that would be OK, including Maris Otter.

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Old 12-05-2008, 05:48 PM   #114
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WE got 4 Ozs of something..... dont remember what tho

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Do you have a scale suitable for weighing grain?

I may have some MO and Some 2-row, so some batches may be different (which could be a good thing). I'd have to talk to my roommate on Monday to see how much total we have.
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LOL i didnt even think of hops when i read that one LOL
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LOL i didnt even think of hops when i read that one LOL
Monty - are you coming along?
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Do you have a scale suitable for weighing grain?
Who? Me? I have a digital scale for hops and a small 6 or 8 lb scale for small-scale (get it?? ) grain measurement.

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I may have some MO and Some 2-row, so some batches may be different (which could be a good thing). I'd have to talk to my roommate on Monday to see how much total we have.
That sounds good. Do we have a water filter, and a crusher?
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I've got a 35lb scale on the way, it MIGHT be here in time, if so I'll bring it. Supposedly it is good for something crazy like .2 oz but if anyone else has a known working scale that would probably be better. I would like to bring mine along anyways just to test it out.

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