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Posted in thread: The 2016 NHC - Results/Speculation Thread on 05-03-2016 at 01:22 PM
Yeah, I got my sheets on Monday from Nashville. The type of sheets they use in NHC judging
aren't the best for feedback, but the feedback I got and my scores were good. I have two beers
heading to the...
Posted in thread: The 2016 NHC - Results/Speculation Thread on 04-18-2016 at 04:51 PM
Looks like they are still judging in Nashville. This FB update from late Sunday night makes it
seem like they will try to wrap it up Tuesday night. (18 days after the start of their
Posted in thread: Sour Saison? on 07-17-2010 at 08:16 PM
Great style.Were you planning to do a sour saison along, or are you pitching other yeast to
"fix" a saison that has stalled? Either way, I'd follow Dwarven Stout's advice and warm up and
rouse the yea...
Posted in thread: John's Red (English Barleywine) on 01-15-2009 at 08:16 PM
It is very cool that you are recreating this for your father. That is awesome.I'm little
nervous that 1 oz of Nugget is not going to be enough AAs for a 1.090 beer, though. I look
forward to your tast...
Posted in thread: Talkin' Some PS3... on 01-07-2009 at 09:17 PM
Go out and get Fallout 3. Hands down the best game from last year (2008) and you'll be playing
it for months to come.
Posted in thread: Help Please!!! Barleywine/brew from Hell on 01-07-2009 at 06:41 PM
Not to hijack, but I have a question about carbonating barleywines. I brewed one last weekend
and I'm planning to put it into secondary in a few weeks and then, maybe, bottle it 10 months
from now.I k...
Posted in thread: Rye malt ceiling in a Rye Pale Ale? on 09-17-2008 at 07:40 PM
Great responses. I think I'll dial it back to 40% rye and maybe skip the wheat completely. It
is good to have people talk you off the cliff.And yes, rice hulls will abound.
Posted in thread: Rye malt ceiling in a Rye Pale Ale? on 09-17-2008 at 06:19 PM
I'm looking to make a rye pale ale and I'm wondering if anyone here has hit the ceiling in
terms of the amount of rye you can use in a batch.I'm all-grain and looking to go 50% rye, and
the other 50% ...