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Old 06-20-2013, 06:22 PM   #461
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I checked my superbeer today and it's dropped to around 1.06 so it's obviously fermenting, just slowly, 1.06 puts it about 19% so I'm hoping it keeps going
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Old 06-24-2013, 04:45 AM   #462
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Hung out in welly with the mrs for the weekend. Some much needed beer tasting was had.
Garage project mainly. Man they do some awesome stuff

Got to try the new Sauvin neauvau. Grape harvest pilsner. Very interesting brew. Super complex. Easy drinking and the perfect summer. Beer really light.

Got some death from above as well..............

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Old 06-24-2013, 08:37 AM   #463
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Hung out in welly with the mrs for the weekend. Some much needed beer tasting was had.
Garage project mainly. Man they do some awesome stuff

Got to try the new Sauvin neauvau. Grape harvest pilsner. Very interesting brew. Super complex. Easy drinking and the perfect summer. Beer really light.

Got some death from above as well..............
The perfect summer beer in the middle of winter :-)
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Old 06-24-2013, 08:42 AM   #464
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The perfect summer beer in the middle of winter :-)
Exactly!
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Old 06-25-2013, 04:33 AM   #465
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Any chance I can get one of you awesome nz brewers to send me some waimea hops? They haven't shown up in the usa yet and I'm dying to get my hands on some.

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Old 06-25-2013, 11:45 PM   #466
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http://www.biosecurity.govt.nz/imports/plants/standards/bnz-npp-human.htm

Website says "Malted barley for brewing purposes : no certification or inspection requirements.

I think that means you can bring it in and declare it, they'll check it for bugs etc and then you'll be fine. You may have to have it sent off and checked, normally $20ish and a few days.
Cruised in with it declared. She didn't even want to look.

Now what to brew.... got a kilo.
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Cruised in with it declared. She didn't even want to look.

Now what to brew.... got a kilo.
Wicked. Should have gotten more and shared it out. Lol. Some idea of taste would be wicked
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Cruised in with it declared. She didn't even want to look.

Now what to brew.... got a kilo.
That's awesome news, now if you can do that with a kilo of cocaine we'll have a business :-P

A kilo... you could do a tiny smash.
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Brewing an Oatmeal Stout tomorrow with a mate doing a Black IPA.
Thinking I'll soak some french oak in port and split the batch post fermentation, bottle half, put half on the chips for a month then bottle and condition for winter 2014.

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That Rogue Oatmeal Stout clone is pretty darn good. Just finished one.

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