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Old 08-26-2009, 07:13 PM   #21
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I guess we can learn more than just beer here.

Yakima is up in Washington and I am not sure of their hop status but wouldn't doubt it. There are lots of hop farm around my area here in Oregon as well.

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Old 08-26-2009, 07:59 PM   #22
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Welcome, Miha! I am also hop farmer. But my farm is only 3 plants!!

Your hops look wonderful. Would you mind if I use one of your pictures for a label on my beer?

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Old 08-26-2009, 09:04 PM   #23
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@ Joker

Yes, I found web page where discribe many countrey in USA where they have a hops farm, Oregon is also on the list

@ Homeridal

Sure sure, why not? I will be realy hapy if you do that. And if you do that please send me a photo of bottle and label.

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Old 08-29-2009, 09:06 AM   #24
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Pozdrav iz Hrvastke, Miha! Ja sam Amerikanac ali živim u zagrebu i radim pivo ovdje sada. Imam prijatelja tamo koji ima pivovarnu koja se zove Human Fish Brewing. Jeste li probali to pivo? Samo malo razumijem ovaj jezik, dakle sada pišem na engleskom!

Anyway, welcome to the board. If you haven't tried Human Fish Brewing's beers, maybe you can try them. He's making ales instead of lagers and he has a pale ale that he uses a LOT of Styrian Goldings in. You might like them.

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Old 08-29-2009, 06:24 PM   #25
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Pozdrav iz Hrvastke, Miha! Ja sam Amerikanac ali živim u zagrebu i radim pivo ovdje sada. Imam prijatelja tamo koji ima pivovarnu koja se zove Human Fish Brewing. Jeste li probali to pivo? Samo malo razumijem ovaj jezik, dakle sada pišem na engleskom!

Anyway, welcome to the board. If you haven't tried Human Fish Brewing's beers, maybe you can try them. He's making ales instead of lagers and he has a pale ale that he uses a LOT of Styrian Goldings in. You might like them.
Where is these brewery Human Fish Brewings? Where can I tried this bear?
How many beer in liters they product?

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Old 08-29-2009, 06:44 PM   #26
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Where is these brewery Human Fish Brewings? Where can I tried this bear?
How many beer in liters they product?

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Hello Miha. Not sure the size of the brewery in liters but they're a smaller brewery. It's an Australian guy who owns it. I had two of their beers at a pub in Ljubljana called Patrick's Irish Pub.

It's located here:

http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=Pre%C4%8Dna+ulica+6,+ljubljana,+slovenija&ie=UTF8&ll=46.05331,14.508626&spn=0.007267,0.01929&z=16
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Welcome to Irish Pub Ljubljana - Slovenia

Patrick's Ljubljana | Slovenia - Ljubljana Life

It's a nice little Irish pub with a great interior.

I'll e-mail the owner and ask him where else his beer is available. He makes very tasty beers, so worth a try!
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Old 08-29-2009, 07:39 PM   #27
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Hello Miha. Not sure the size of the brewery in liters but they're a smaller brewery. It's an Australian guy who owns it. I had two of their beers at a pub in Ljubljana called Patrick's Irish Pub.

It's located here:

Prečna ulica 6, ljubljana, slovenija - Google Maps

This is them:

Welcome to Irish Pub Ljubljana - Slovenia

Patrick's Ljubljana | Slovenia - Ljubljana Life

It's a nice little Irish pub with a great interior.

I'll e-mail the owner and ask him where else his beer is available. He makes very tasty beers, so worth a try!
Thanks for informations. It looks very interesting. Maybe you now where they buy a hops?
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Thanks for informations. It looks very interesting. Maybe you now where they buy a hops?
I have a package of hops from him but I don't feel right saying where he gets his hops without asking him first. I e-mailed him and will let you know if I hear back. Do you guys produce pellets? I think he's using pellets.
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Old 10-25-2010, 04:24 PM   #29
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Zdravo Miha!

Lepo, da nisem edini slovenec na tem forumu! HFB kupuje svoj hmelj od Hmezad-a v Zalcu. Trenutno uporabljajo Styrian Golding in Bobek. Krasne fotografije!

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Old 10-28-2010, 07:47 AM   #30
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Pozdravljeni,

Kar nekaj časa nisem sodeloval na tem forumo, študijske obveznosti in delo doma mi vzamejo veliko prostega časa. Lepo je videt da se najdemo tukaj tudi slovenci in prav tako sosedi.

@Jasa mogoče veš če bi ta pivovarna rada poskusila uporabiti naš hmelj?

I hope that the administrator of this forum don't be angry if we use Slovenian English?

Lep pozdrav,

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