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Posted in thread: Spike Brewing Kettle Giveaway on 07-26-2016 at 07:46 PM
I'm in! :-)
Posted in thread: Quaffable Irish Red (All Grain) Scrapper's on 12-23-2014 at 01:50 AM
Started a batch of this yesterday. Our starting gravity was a little low (1.048), but it'll be
fine. Can't wait to try it in a couple of weeks. :-)
Posted in thread: What are you drinking now? on 12-21-2014 at 03:49 AM
Coastarine's American Winter Brown Ale, which has been renamed (among my family) Brimfrost
Brown. I have a cousin who did four years in the Air Force in the mid-80s. He was stationed
near Anchorage, A...
Posted in thread: American Winter Brown Ale on 12-21-2014 at 03:41 AM
After 1 1/2 weeks in the bottle, it's just beginning to carb. I can tell I should take a case
of this to the basement and forget about it for a few months. Or maybe I should just start
another batch. ...
Posted in thread: Milk Oatmeal Stout on 12-14-2014 at 11:12 PM
Started an all grain version of this recipe this afternoon. OG was 1.054 and we got 5.5 gal of
wort into the primary, so I think we had a good day.
Posted in thread: What are you drinking now? on 12-06-2014 at 06:32 AM
Emma's Ale! A favorite at Sunday lunch. We followed a Northern Brewer recipe but bought the
ingredients locally (because NB no longer sells the ingredient kit). Also said a prayer for
Emma. Sent from ...
Posted in thread: What are you drinking now? on 12-05-2014 at 08:39 PM
Is it possible to be hungover just from reading remmy's posts?I was wondering that myself!
:-)Sent from my iPhone using Home Brew
Posted in thread: What are you drinking now? on 12-05-2014 at 02:47 AM
My own Cream Ale. Because sometimes all I want is a beer that tastes like (wait for it) a beer.
Love the biscuit malt. :-)Sent from my iPhone using Home Brew
Posted in thread: What are you drinking now? on 12-03-2014 at 05:17 AM
Emma's Ale!!! :-)Sent from my iPhone using Home Brew
Posted in thread: American Winter Brown Ale on 12-01-2014 at 03:22 AM
After a week in the primary, we racked into our secondary. Usually our beers are ready to be
bottled about three weeks from brew day (allowing consecutive hydrometer readings to determine