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Posted in thread: Short's Brew Pandemonium - what yeast strain? on 05-21-2012 at 03:30 PM
must not be a real popular brew......I'm saving it anyway!
Posted in thread: Short's Brew Pandemonium - what yeast strain? on 05-20-2012 at 12:31 AM
I'm a Georgia boy who picked up a 6'er of this whilst in Michigan a few weeks ago, and was
wondering what yeast these guys used. I was going to add the dregs in the bottle to a yeast
starter and add t...
Posted in thread: Anyone else harvesting yet? (May 2012) on 05-13-2012 at 03:33 AM
Just as a side note....... The way you posted those pictures adn sliced that cone open reminds
me of High Times magazine. Friends all had those mags in high school and thats what their
Posted in thread: Anyone else harvesting yet? (May 2012) on 05-12-2012 at 12:28 AM
Due to our exceptionally mild winter here in ATL, my 2nd year Centennial [EDIT: Chinook] has
taken off and is days away from its first harvest. Cones aren't quite there yet, but very
close! I had stic...
Posted in thread: Craigslist Free Section on 04-25-2012 at 12:49 AM
I got a riding mower, which I fixed up and gave to my father in law.First couch and loveseat in
our new house I also got from the "Free" list, but that was 8 years ago, so it wasn't as
Posted in thread: Anchoring Hop Twine on 04-12-2012 at 04:34 PM
How deep do the rhizomes grow roots? Is a 12 inch deep raised bed deep enough or do they need
18 or more inches? Just wodered since they are perenial and could be contained more easilly in
a box than ...
Posted in thread: Anchoring Hop Twine on 04-12-2012 at 11:32 AM
I grow in wooden raised beds. I have an eye bolt screwed into the top.
Posted in thread: CTZ question on 04-10-2012 at 09:34 PM
If you have the space, why not grow em both? :mug:I'd like to! Just found Columbus rhizomes
this year for sale....Unfortunately I ordered 5 more varieties last month, and really don't
have room for th...
Posted in thread: CTZ question on 04-10-2012 at 02:08 PM
My Zeus has reddish bines, whereas I heard that Columbus keeps them green, so you could grown
them close together I suppose.My Zeus though is the most vigorous of the 7 varieties I grow, so
Posted in thread: Hop Trellis & Different Species Questions on 04-10-2012 at 12:38 PM
One variety - I agree.It should look something like this, this summer: use cattle panel
arbors for gardening. They're quick, easy, and cheap.
prepping beds/making trellises for 5 new hop varieties
NG line for outdoor burner
- What are you drinking now?
- What we called "Cider Schtuff"
- Less than optimal temperature
- If this was the hop inventory in your fridge what would you make next?
- West Sixth start up brewery being sued by Magic Hat parent company over logo
- Long Island- Keezer
- What are you doing instead of brewing this weekend?
- My Basement Bar Build!
- My insane 25 Gal, 100 Percent Hard Plumbed Tri-Clover, Automated Tippy Build
- Local beer swap-o-rama!
- question on a keggle I just made