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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: Cellarable beers? on 07-29-2015 at 02:06 PM
    I'll second the idea of Rochtford by saying aged Chimay Blue is glorious. I'd say Belgian quads
    and darker beers would be pretty interesting. Thomas Henry is good for 4.5 years under my

  • Posted in thread: Big Thai Flavors Brew, like Tom Kha Gai on 06-22-2015 at 07:08 AM
    Finally bottled this after almost 2 months pseudo-lagering (left in fridge at 36 degrees). The
    'herbal soap' aroma is still prominent. The strongest flavor is the ginger which is pretty
    nice. Lime, he...

  • Posted in thread: Big Thai Flavors Brew, like Tom Kha Gai on 04-03-2015 at 09:52 AM
    Tasting update. It's strong as was to be expected. Overall pretty good/fairly promising initial
    tasting. Below are my tasting notes from the first sample pulled and a link to the recipe page
    at brewto...

  • Posted in thread: Indian Brown Ale, Dogfish Head on 03-26-2015 at 03:23 AM
    I have a sneaking suspicion that the "Carmelized sugar" in the Indian Brown Ale is "India Tree
    Dark Muscovado Sugar." of Hades I hope not, at $10 per lb.Sorry to resurrect but I'm
    researching big bro...

  • Posted in thread: Big Thai Flavors Brew, like Tom Kha Gai on 03-23-2015 at 04:44 AM
    Anyone that says I could be their hero gets an automatic thumbs up! :fro:Then again if it's
    overpowering and undrinkable I could be a ZERO!

  • Posted in thread: Big Thai Flavors Brew, like Tom Kha Gai on 03-23-2015 at 04:02 AM
    Yesterday I brewed the following 1.75 gallon batch1.5# pilsner1.5# torrified wheat2% acid malt
    109F ferulic acid rest122F protein rest148 sacc. rest165 mashout6 grams EKG @ 68 minutes for 17
    ibuAnd fo...

  • Posted in thread: Bottle Conditioning at 60f on 02-26-2015 at 05:32 AM
    Any suggestions on how I could bring the temperatures up a few degrees? Leave the closet door
    open.Btw it's strain/state of the beer dependent as to wether your yeast will carb up at 60F,
    same is real...

  • Posted in thread: In Line For Pliny the Younger!! on 02-11-2015 at 05:34 AM
    No problem with the action here. Each individual is free (or is intended to be by God and
    nature) to pursue their own happiness via whatever means they desire so long as the person
    doesn't harm the pe...

  • Posted in thread: In Line For Pliny the Younger!! on 02-11-2015 at 05:29 AM
    Last year walked into a pub in Philly that announced Pliney would be tapped later that day.
    Strolled in unimpeded, ordered a pliney, barmaid said it was the absolute last one. It tasted
    like a strong ...

  • Posted in thread: Growlers over filled on 01-23-2015 at 07:38 PM
    This thread should be retitled 'first world problems'. ;)

"Perhaps wisdom for me is understanding how truely small I am, and that there is no smug self centered moment of clarity when there is so much more to learn" Anthony Bourdain

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