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Old 08-25-2006, 02:43 AM   #1
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Default Who's brewing this weekend, Aug 26th/27th

I'm bottling my Cherry Wheat and Pumpkin Ale and also brewing this kit from AHBS

Double Chocolate Stout:
http://www.austinhomebrew.com/produc...roducts_id=310

YUM YUM !!!

Glad I have some friends coming over to help. Gonna be a long day, but worth it, as we will pop the tops on my first brew, which is 3 weeks in the bottle come Saturday..

Who else is gonna get after it this weekend?

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Old 08-25-2006, 02:54 AM   #2
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I'm going to try to squeeze a batch o'bitters into the weekend schedule and fire up my new turkey fryer.



150,000BTU's of goodness....

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I'm on two weeks vacation from work, so I brewed on Tuesday (my Midnight Oil Honey Ale), and I'm planning another brew this weekend. I may jump on the bandwagon with a pumpkin brew.

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best of luck to the both of you on brew day

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Old 08-25-2006, 04:24 AM   #5
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i've set aside the time to brew but i haven't decided upon a recipe yet. i'm thinking i ought to shoot for a good october brew. any suggestions?

oh, and let us all know how those turn out for you, brewproject...

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Old 08-25-2006, 04:29 AM   #6
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I'm brewing a clone of Real Ale's Fireman's 4

"Fireman's #4 Blonde Ale
This light bodied blonde ale is perfectly balanced with a touch of Crystal hops for bittering and aromatics. Fireman's #4 is a great choice on any hot Texas summer day or pair it with spicy foods to help you put out the fire."

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i've set aside the time to brew but i haven't decided upon a recipe yet. i'm thinking i ought to shoot for a good october brew. any suggestions?

oh, and let us all know how those turn out for you, brewproject...

an oktoberfest/brew sounds wonderful....

i really don't have an suggestions, as i am pretty new to this...

however, i have had a quite a few of nice Oktoberfest beers....

i will report back on my brews for sure...

brew on my friend
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I'm brewing a clone of Real Ale's Fireman's 4

"Fireman's #4 Blonde Ale
This light bodied blonde ale is perfectly balanced with a touch of Crystal hops for bittering and aromatics. Fireman's #4 is a great choice on any hot Texas summer day or pair it with spicy foods to help you put out the fire."

wow, sounds great...

spicy foods, hot Texas summer days and Firemans #4, WOOHOO...

is that a kit or a recipe?

i like spicy foods, peppers of all kinds, etc...

when i party with friends we usually do up jalepeno's and habenero's with cream cheese and bacon on the grill...
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OMG a habenero filled with creme cheese and wrapped in bacon on the grill sounds just heavenly!!

This weekend (my weekend will actually be early next week) I'll be brewing up my IPA (will be my first all-grain) and hopefully bottling a batch or two depending on gravity measurements.

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OMG a habenero filled with creme cheese and wrapped in bacon on the grill sounds just heavenly!!

This weekend (my weekend will actually be early next week) I'll be brewing up my IPA (will be my first all-grain) and hopefully bottling a batch or two depending on gravity measurements.

sounds great Exo..., your first AG, beyond my knowledge and technology at the moment, but i will get there....

the habenero's are awesome... if you like HOT, then you are ALL in... i have some pepper lovin friends for sure... good food, good peppers, good brew and maybe some whiskey/guitar playin/poker... fun times.
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