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  • I once won an argument with myself.rnHave been described as a handsome square jawed lunatic!rnRattlesnake bit me last year, it died of poisoning.rnI have a word for men whom can't lift their own body weight, women.rnA man should be able to process wild game, know how to woo a lady, feel reasonably comfortable of the outcome when squaring off with 2 attackers, know either good whisky or good beer, know how to cook well, be well read, be passionate about what life has to offer, be humble, never be a braggart, be comfortable with who and what he is, be able to move beyond and learn from his failures, be good with at least one of the following handy disciplines; electrician, mechanic, wood working.
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  • I watched beerfest and googled homemade beer. It's all a blur from there! I'm an AG brewer. I'm neither a hophead nor a malt crazy... I'm both. If it's a well made brew I'll probably enjoy it. Not a big drinker but love good bier and food. As such I take as much pleasure in a 3.5% bier as I do a 10.5%.rnrnCurrently brewing 1.66 gallon batched due to space restrictions.
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  • Posted in thread: ThaIPA recipe critique please on 08-30-2015 at 05:36 PM
    Also I did such a heavy dosing for my 1.5 gallon batch as a steeping/whirlpool
    addition/flameout that I didn't add anything to secondary. The only negative to my brew is a
    soapiness, or actually flora...

  • Posted in thread: ThaIPA recipe critique please on 08-30-2015 at 05:34 PM
    I brewed a Thai brew this spring and it's delicious. I went really big with my flavors,
    originally designed to be a Wit-Thai with a wit grain bill but I wound up using wlp530. I went
    whole hog with To...

  • Posted in thread: Second Runnings Beer (parti gyle) on 08-27-2015 at 02:52 PM
    FYI I think dcbw's post 'add a gallon of each wort to the other' gravity readings are off for
    the big beer. If you replace a gallon of high gravity wort with a gallon of low gravity wort it
    will reduc...

  • Posted in thread: It's a class 3 felony to homebrew in the town I live in... on 08-26-2015 at 05:04 AM

  • Posted in thread: Any Bogalusa Area Brewers? on 08-26-2015 at 04:36 AM
    Just moved to Sandy Hook between Columbia MS and Bogalusa LA, any brewers in the area? I'm a
    fairly proficient and experienced all grain brewer looking for brew friends. Brewing is more
    fun with frien...

  • Posted in thread: Anyone near Columbia MS Area? on 08-26-2015 at 04:30 AM
    I'm actually south of Columbia right on the LA line. Just moved to the area and hoping someone
    is close by. Message me here we'll get together to brew etc. I'm a fairly experienced
    proficient all-grai...

  • Posted in thread: Math Equation I Need Help With on 08-26-2015 at 04:08 AM
    Could I get a mod to put an end to this? You're ruining the hobby bros, math hurts muh head!

  • Posted in thread: Growing hops in Mississippi. on 08-26-2015 at 03:53 AM
    Wanted to post an epiphany I had earlier this week based on my experience growing hops in
    Clinton/Hinds Co. MS & Clarke Co. MS. They did GREAT in partial sun in a flat area in my
    backyard in Clinton (...

  • Posted in thread: What do you do with your fractionally left over hops? on 08-26-2015 at 02:53 AM
    I donate my extra hops to the Salvation Army. :ban:Nah, I save em and use them 'soon' or as
    soon as possible, throw em away if they get to much age on em.

  • Posted in thread: Easiest and/or best practice Keg and line cleaning??? on 08-10-2015 at 10:54 PM
    Thanks for the replies. I've been small-batch brewing because of space and circumstances for
    the past couple years and just ordered a sack of grain etc to go back to 5 gal batches. I'll be
    putting wat...

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