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Posted in thread: Way, way, way over the top Sam Adams Utopia clone on 01-23-2009 at 01:06 PM
Hey DT,is that a 30 gallon barrel or a 60? It looks like my 30 but I can't imagine a commercial
operation using small barrels like a 30. What did it cost you?PTNI believe it's a 60 gallon
barrel (or p...
Posted in thread: Way, way, way over the top Sam Adams Utopia clone on 01-23-2009 at 03:31 AM
Hey I wanted to give shout outs to everyone who came and made Saturday such a fun day. I wanted
to get individual pics of everyone but just didn't get around to it. So here's who was there as
best I c...
Posted in thread: Bootleggers Bliss on 09-28-2006 at 09:27 PM
As George Constanza once said, "I'm a Bootlegger!!!!!"Time and place - TBD? It's less than 2
months away!It's actually TBA, not TBD. We wanted to give people enough time to brew a batch if
Posted in thread: Bootleggers Bliss on 09-22-2006 at 01:16 PM
Well I think the connection is more with beer in general. Not to throw out vague
generalizations, but a lot of bikers enjoy a beer (s) after riding. I know when we go mountain
biking, we usually keep ...
Posted in thread: Bootleggers Bliss on 09-22-2006 at 05:47 AM
Yea, mountain biking so not a whole lot to worry about in the DUI category. Sorry no
motorcycles, just the metabolically powered bikes...
Posted in thread: Bootleggers Bliss on 09-21-2006 at 09:04 PM
This is pretty much for anyone in the DC metro area (VA/MD/DC), but hell if anyone feels like
they want to travel out for it, we got room, ha.Here's the deal: all about bikes and beer and
it is loose...
Posted in thread: Pacman yeast on 09-13-2006 at 07:13 PM
Yea, the Pacman yeast is a pretty good beast, it'll eat most anything at a wide temp range,
Wyeast says 60-70 degrees is optimal. Couple of recipes here:1) all-grain follow recipe 1,
for extract t...
Posted in thread: Anyone in MD or DC area? on 08-01-2006 at 08:49 PM
We are looking at either moving to Waldorf MD (15 min commute) or Fairfax county (1.5ish hour
commute).. The houses in VA are expensive as crap (but better schools) in Southern MD they are
Posted in thread: Tap-a-Draft on 08-01-2006 at 08:40 PM
Hm, not sure about the 2 liter bottles, but you can definitely use 3 liter soda bottles. I went
to the grocery store and bought 6 of them for around $7, dumped out the soda, and that's what I
Posted in thread: Anyone in MD or DC area? on 07-29-2006 at 02:06 AM
Well there are a few homebrew clubs in MD, but I've only been to BURP meetings. I've also been
to the WortHogs meetings, but they are in VA. Although you'll find that the northern VA, DC, MD
area is a...