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Old 06-30-2006, 01:59 PM   #1
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We started discussing via PMs, but there is no "reply all" so it kind of sucks to use PMs for multi-way conversations.

Anyway... over this long weekend:

Billy's is brewing one batch. (Oktoberfest)
Chad's brewing two batches. (IPA + Wit)
Jeff's is brewing one batch. (???)
Richard's brewing one batch. (IPA)
(auf wiedersehen, Kaiser )

Richard's heading out of town and is brewing his tonight or tomorrow morning, but the rest of us are sticking around here.

Do we want to try and get together some place and brew together? If I brew remotely, I need a propane burner (I'm a stove-brewer). Billy has offered the use of his burner, and I am very appreciateive of that.

So... let's form a plan. Where and when. Who's brewing? Who's just drinking? Who's doing both?

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Old 06-30-2006, 02:13 PM   #2
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Oh.. rumor has it that Dude will be traveling through NC this weekend.

Maybe we can entice him into a detour with all of our brewing.

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Old 06-30-2006, 02:24 PM   #3
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I'll certainly try to make it to BOSTON's for hanging out and watching you guys sweat (I don't think it will be a problem). Even if that doesn't work out, I'm positive I can get the burner to you. I'm tentatively planning to brew Monday which will be a pretty long affair, so anybody that wants to just swing by and laugh, that's fine.

 
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Old 06-30-2006, 02:27 PM   #4
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*IF* brewday is decided to be sunday, I wouldn't be able to do it until the afternoon. I have to go furniture shopping Sunday morning.

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I most likely have to go to mass in the morning since I skipped last weekend to brew beer. So that probably works.

 
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Sunday afternoon at my house? That's fine. Anyone checked the weather?
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I most likely have to go to mass in the morning since I skipped last weekend to brew beer. So that probably works.
Skipping church to brew beer? What kind of Catholic are you?

 
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Old 06-30-2006, 05:09 PM   #8
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Billy's is brewing one batch. (Oktoberfest)
Chad's brewing two batches. (IPA + Wit)
Jeff's is brewing one batch. (???)
Richard's brewing one batch. (IPA)

I'm brewing a New Zealand Pale Ale ("Hopslapper Pale Ale") using the New Zealand hops (ever heard of "Super Alpha", "Green Bullet" or "Nelson Sauvin" hops?) that my buddy (DAZANZ) sent me in exchange for a pack of Wyeast 1272. I'm gonna do a PM using 6# of Maris Otter 2-row & 1# of Crystal 60L and enough DME to hit 1.046. Using Wyeast #1028 London. Chad, I'd be happy to make you a 1 qt. starter if you can use #1028 for your IPA. Jeff

 
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Skipping church to brew beer? What kind of Catholic are you?
The Presbyterian kind!

 
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