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  • Well its very simple, if I were God... I would eat you.
  • I brew,I live,I think,and I learn
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  • Rock
    and Irish drinking songs
  • Is that really ok here?
  • again not really sure i can say those words here.
  • Penthouse... wait i cant say this one either
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  • I got into brewing really back when i was a kid. I was always resourceful and never liked people telling me i couldnt do stuff... one of those things was drinking. So i got on the internet at the tender age of 15 and found out how to make my own. You see its not actully illeagal to brew you own when under 21 just illeagal to posses it... well i was ok with violating the law of possession, while other of my age group got into trouble for stealing it, or haveing people buy it for them underaged... So i started brewing my own hard cider at the age of 15, it took one summer to perfect the process and when fall came around i and my friends had more then we could drink... Beer making never interested me then because i never much cared for the taste of beer, and the ingredants seemed to conspicious. For six years i brewed hard cider with nothing more then redstar yeast (wine yeast not bakers, but the cheap kind) and plain bakers yeast (not bread yeats the other kind). I paid for the hobbey by
  • I just started the massively strong hard cider now code named "Black gold"

    I am thinking of branching out into other ciders, cheery, pear, perhapes differnt types of apples... perhapes with fresh apples again... i used to do that when i was younger because it was cheaper.
  • Black Gold
    Carmel Irish Stout
    Irish Stout
    Eternal Oat Ale
  • Dark Hard Cider
    Eternal Oat Ale
  • I have bottled lots of things, and now all those bottles are empty
  • i dont have a kegging setup... i wish i did... i am trying to rigg up a ghetto keg system.. but no luck yet... maybe i will have it up and running when the next batch of cider is ready
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  • Posted in thread: Sam's Choice Sparkling Cider on 02-19-2011 at 12:21 AM
    New guy here... been reading this forum anonymously for weeks though...Got a batch of this
    fermenting as we speak... used Mott's apple juice, as it is my favorite blend of juice to drink
    and contains ...

  • Posted in thread: Massive Strength Hard Cider on 11-03-2010 at 05:22 PM
    I'd be really interested to hear about any progress on this batch this coming new years. Cider
    is such an enigmatic beast and you've got one of the more interesting experiments going
    here.Its has been...

  • Posted in thread: Massive Strength Hard Cider on 07-01-2010 at 02:25 AM
    Cheers mate, and good luck... post back let me know how it goes.

  • Posted in thread: Massive Strength Hard Cider on 06-30-2010 at 02:35 AM
    I'm resurrecting an old tread here, but I have a question for you. I'm thinking of doing
    something similar to your Black Gold recipe, but instead adding the fermentables in stages. Did
    you rack the ci...

  • Posted in thread: Amber Bock Clone? on 01-26-2010 at 11:28 PM
    Michelob??? Amber Bock??? :rolleyes:OK, the humanitarian in me wants to help after looking at
    your recipe. I will admit to have tasted the beer and that recipe is going to make a muddy
    porter. Accordi...

  • Posted in thread: Too soon for secondary? on 01-25-2010 at 04:06 AM
    You're not in charge of the beer, the yeast is......And yes a week is too soon to rackIf you
    want to brew another batch, go get a second bucket, or brew a 4 gallon batch in your carboy but
    don't rush ...

  • Posted in thread: Amber Bock Clone? on 01-25-2010 at 04:00 AM
    Recently I have had alot of luck with clones, been playing about with cloneing some of my
    favorite comercial beers. Just bottled Scarecrow Pale Ale clone, and have an Winters Burbon
    Cask Ale clone in ...

  • Posted in thread: Raw Materials on 01-25-2010 at 12:55 AM
    I get 90% of everthing from my LHBS, but anything else I get from either midwest homebrewer, or
    from Decent prices, great slection, and easy to work with. The only trouble i ever
    had was w...

  • Posted in thread: Still hate bottling. on 01-25-2010 at 12:51 AM
    I dont much like botteling either, its mindless, repetitive, and alot of work. I dont brew
    enough to keg though, just means I don't bottle all that often.

  • Posted in thread: Oh Dear God Bells Hopslam is amazing on 01-25-2010 at 12:47 AM
    The Bells brew shop in Kalamazoo will help you put togather a clone kit right there in the
    store if you ask the guys behind the front desk nicely. They helped me put togather an winter
    white clone and...

Twin Ogre's Brewing Co. "I wish i could give all my genrals a bottle of what he's drinking..." Honest Abe "On the 8th day God created Bars" Primary: Ginger mead (3 Gal) Edworts Apfelwine (5Gal) Australian Lager (5gal) Secondary: Operation "Black Gold" (High ABV) (5 Gal) Bottled: Carmel Stout Stright Juice Cider Apple/Blue berry/ale