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  • Started to make my own root beer and ginger beer, I have actually been doing that for years. I am a small batch brewer, aim for 16 - 20 pint bottles per batch. I was always intimidated by having to deal with 5 - 6 gallons of beer at once. Then I saw a 3 gallon sized fermenter and realized I could do smaller batches. Now I have 5 gallon fermenters and kegs too. But I still do the half batches when I'm gonna bottle. 50 bottles? **** that!
  • Bombardier clone (real ale), Oaked Irish Whiskey Red, Dead Guy Clone, Munich Helles, Scotish Wee Heavy, Pilsner, Milk Stout
  • P1: Chocolate Oatmeal Stout P2: Pear Wine P3: Dead Intruder Mailbock P4: Oxyclean soak
  • Pear wine soon
  • Mr Watson's ESB, Imperial Hand (Imperial India Blonde Ale), Bounty-In-Arse Mild
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  • Posted in thread: New Brewer - Privet Drive Brewery on 04-11-2013 at 01:44 AM
    Welcome to the hobby!hobby...obsession....addiction..... welcomedon't worry about the harry
    potter, we liked it so much we got our own fang, a Neapolitan Mastiff or Neo (they drool, a lot
    it was a big...

  • Posted in thread: Universal Beer Glass? on 04-10-2013 at 05:20 AM
    Personally, if i had to choose just one, I like a squat tulip glass for any style.agreed my
    preferred glass for tasting and drinkingalso the tulip pint is a good standardthat being said
    even in a real...

  • Posted in thread: Canadian Roll Call!! on 03-02-2013 at 11:25 PM
    In general if you simply say to any business I would like to buy some of your {{insert product
    here}} the only question they will have is cash debit or credit.Just keep it simple. What does
    it matter ...

  • Posted in thread: best place for supplies: Canada on 03-02-2013 at 11:03 PM
    18 for coopers is a little steep. The grocery stores sell them here for 15 sometimes they go on
    sale for 12.Try your local large box grocery or dept. Even super store sells a brand of pour
    and stir ki...

  • Posted in thread: Building an Irish Red Ale on 03-01-2013 at 12:43 AM
    Just brewed this based it off some research in the direction that Irish home brewers and craft
    brewers are taking the Irish Red:Style: Irish Red AleTYPE: Partial MashTaste: (35.0) Recipe

  • Posted in thread: Respond to This Thread If You use HBT Android on 02-27-2013 at 08:37 PM

  • Posted in thread: WTF Happened To BTV? on 02-27-2013 at 06:48 PM
    Just watched the first ep of chop n brew. I subscribed even though you put coriander in beer
    (which is bad enough) but calling it an Irish Red?!? Pog mo thon!

  • Posted in thread: torrified wheat help on 02-21-2013 at 05:47 PM
    Hmmm I plan on serving this beer to everyone at the company I work for. They have come to
    expect better than craft quality from me.Has anyone actually used puffed wheat like this? Its
    for a Kilkenny s...

  • Posted in thread: torrified wheat help on 02-18-2013 at 05:53 PM
    I am not able to locate torrified wheat any where near me. But I do have an unopened bag of
    puffed wheat. Ingredients list whole grain wheat and nothing else. Is this really the same
    thing? There is n...

  • Posted in thread: Dead bug in fermenter on 02-15-2013 at 12:05 AM
    An infection from the fly was a very unlikely possibility. When you pitch yeast you are
    literally pitching hundreds of billions of live yeast cells. The chances of a few thousand
    bacteria on a fruit f...

Next: Irish Red Ale, Mild, BC Pale, Scotch Ale, Helles, Pils Planning: Bombardier clone (The real ale cask version, not that sh!te in the bottles) P1: Chocolate Oatmeal Stout P2: Pear Wine P3: Air P4: Oxyclean Keg 1: Stout Stout Keg 2: Dead Intruder Mailbock Bottled: Lots

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