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  • I got into brewing back in 2010. I would say I've been wanting to try brewing since '05-'06. I think it started with a basic conversation about Mead and then grew into a friend and I buying a small one gallon wine kit that led to four, failed, brews. After a bit of time away I decided to put the additional kits I bought to good use along with a different friend which led to our first batch of hopefully many.
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  • Posted in thread: Creamish soda on 03-07-2012 at 07:53 AM
    Question:1. Are you saying that after you fermented, you added soda water to bring it to five
    gallons or is that five gallons water plus an additional amount of soda water?2. Do you prefer
    a club soda...

  • Posted in thread: AG to Extract help on 02-29-2012 at 10:20 PM
    for the AG recipe i would swap out the crystal malt for more 2-row. The rest of the specialty
    grains should be fairly ok. Willamette and columbus are the type of hops i use in stouts so i
    would recomm...

  • Posted in thread: Oatmeal Stout recipe critique, and feedback? on 02-29-2012 at 10:29 AM
    I am drinkling an oatmeal stout right now I made with safeale S-04 yeast and love it.Do you
    have a recipe for that one you would like to share or maybe one in general? I put together and
    posted a poss...

  • Posted in thread: AG to Extract help on 02-29-2012 at 07:56 AM
    After looking at a few recipes and visiting my LHBS I came up with a list of ingredients to a
    Stout I would like to brew. Being new to brewing I am currently in the extract stage. So
    essentially I'm l...

  • Posted in thread: Light LME vs. Pilsen LME on 02-27-2012 at 07:53 AM
    A Kolsch would be a good alternative, and certainly more to my preference. But I know nothing
    about making them, unfortunately. It certainly would be easier; lagering takes some work and
    equipment. Ch...

Oh, because I've only been a member of this forum for a month MUST mean I've only been doing it for that long. Ya, I do enjoy Coors. It's cheap by the glass/pitcher and it keeps me hydrated while I get pissed. It's really nice to drink on a hot day. It's not to bad to boil brats in as well. Stop being a snob. FACT: No one likes a snob. I assure you, I am not the red neck my profile picture suggests.