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Posted in thread: Denver advice on 08-09-2010 at 07:58 PM
I say drink locally....you might find a new favorite hard to get item.Head on down to Great
Divide A few blocks east of Broadway at 22nd and Arapahoe (I think) for some Titan IPA, Yeti
Posted in thread: Difficulties of selling HB on 08-04-2010 at 11:30 PM
If you have a location (his restaurant), getting proper zoning, city, state, and fed paperwork
would be a pain, but not horribly expensive (it would, however, be time consuming). If there is
Posted in thread: Sugar = Sugar = Sugar? on 08-01-2010 at 02:56 PM
Houblon wrote: Oh I use beet sugar only as a `tip of the hat to the belgian brewers, taste the
same as table sugarjalgayer wrote: Well I ordered the candi sugar, but NOT beet sugar.Should I
use corn s...
Posted in thread: how to sanitize bottles without vinator? on 07-31-2010 at 10:56 PM
Brewham Wrote: I rinse the bottles thoroughly when I pour out a beer so there is no gunk in the
bottom. On bottling day I run them through the dishwasher on Sanitize cycle - no soap.When
done, I take ...
Posted in thread: Average time YOUR sparge takes? on 07-31-2010 at 09:40 PM
my set up is similar to yours keggle HLT above keggle mash tun above boil keggle....and a pump
to recirculate and move if necessary. I am usually done in 20 minutes but I slow the flow down
using the ...
Posted in thread: Denver Beer Blog on 07-31-2010 at 04:06 PM
Ironically, I too have just visited and written on the GCB in golden. Welcome back to Denver.
Posted in thread: Sugar = Sugar = Sugar? on 07-31-2010 at 03:47 AM
beets grow all over the midwest of the US, even in pretty dry climates (like eastern colorado
and western nebraska)....sugar cane is a tropical plant. Cane derived sugar is much much more
Posted in thread: Attaching collar to kegerator freezer on 07-30-2010 at 10:34 PM
Hey, what is the reason for the collar anyway? Why not just drill a hole for a tower or two on
the lid?....or is it to allow for another keg or two on the hump?
Posted in thread: Twist bottles on 07-30-2010 at 10:31 PM
I have been taught that the bottles' necks can't take the strain.....but have heard of others
using them to some success (not sure about long term). Safety first, man.Look at it as an
excuse to buy so...
Posted in thread: NB nut brown ale on 07-30-2010 at 10:27 PM
Most of my ales (and all of the lower gravity ones) are done in two weeks time or less brewing
at various temps between 64 and 68....1 week at 70 F. So, maybe it might take a few extra days
at 60. Use...