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Old 05-29-2009, 12:18 PM   #11
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My question: If you know a dude thats brewing 25 gallon batches who seems pretty knowledgeable about brewing, why isn't he on HBT?


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Old 05-29-2009, 01:01 PM   #12
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Snacks to balance all that beer you guys will be drinking. Nothing pairs with beer better than food.

Cracker dip:

1-2 packages of Cream Cheese
Shaved smoked ham, chopped (amount up to taste)
Approx 6 green onions, chopped

Mix the day before, by kneading with hands, or use a stand mixer. Let sit overnight to meld the flavors. Eat with your favorite crackers.

Doesn't look like much, but it's pretty addictive.


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I'd bring replacement grain and possibly some of his commonly used hops. It's pretty cool that he's going to cover everything but it would be pretty cool of you to replace or at least contribute to the replacement of what he's going to use. And some of your beer of course.
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I think beer or food to consume during the brewing and a quality commercial beer as a gift. I had a friend come over in a similar circumstance and he brought a Stone Double Arrogant Bastard. Classy guy!
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My question: If you know a dude thats brewing 25 gallon batches who seems pretty knowledgeable about brewing, why isn't he on HBT?
I messaged back and forth yesterday and he told me he's an AHA judge and member of the Maltose Falcons.

I've been to a club meeting once and they were all cool but I had my daughter that day and she wasnt having any patience sitting still so we left.

I mentioned the forum to him but I don't know if he's on here or not.

He said he's got everything and would definately like to try my brew and give me feed back.

I think I'll bring some carne asada and tortillas for the brew. A man has to eat and meat always goes with beer.


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