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Old 03-18-2013, 05:00 PM   #1071
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HBH, do you have a website? I did a search and only find you in the nano list that Hess put together. Somebody go and do a youtube interview video if he approves.


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Old 03-18-2013, 05:32 PM   #1072
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No website just a facebook page.


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Old 03-22-2013, 09:50 PM   #1073
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Great thread Hoss! I wish you all the best with your endeavor.

I just wanted to thank you for inspiring people like me to pursue a dream. Starting as small as you did, it makes me think it's not too out of reach. I'm starting small... got my ideas all lined up and trying to get all the ducks in a row before I take the plunge. Just upgraded to a 10-gal system... Baby steps. I don't just want to do brewing either, but provide quality food as well. So that will be a separate challenge that I will need to hurdle.

Cheers to you bud!
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Old 03-22-2013, 10:01 PM   #1074
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Great thread Hoss! I wish you all the best with your endeavor.

I just wanted to thank you for inspiring people like me to pursue a dream. Starting as small as you did, it makes me think it's not too out of reach. I'm starting small... got my ideas all lined up and trying to get all the ducks in a row before I take the plunge. Just upgraded to a 10-gal system... Baby steps. I don't just want to do brewing either, but provide quality food as well. So that will be a separate challenge that I will need to hurdle.

Cheers to you bud!
Thank you and good luck to you!
10 gallon batches are easy to control and give you about 2 cases of brew. You may have to brew more often but to start it's excellent. I'm mostly doing 10 gallon batches right now to keep it fresh and it's easy to do. Plus I'm not brewing the same thing over and over I keep changing it up making 1 bbl batches just not reasonable right now.
Again, good luck in your quest.
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Old 03-23-2013, 04:15 PM   #1075
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Brew day today. Brewing my Mariposa Amber. I usually use Cascade hops for both bittering and aroma but this time I'm going to use Nelson Savin hops for the aroma. It's also a citrusy hop like the Cascade but more potent and berry like. Only bumping up the IBU's by 3 points overall so it will still be the mellow Amber I like.
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Yes, it's time to start brewing up a nice supply for spring customers! Do you brew any "lawn mower" type beers for the hikers who may not want a real malty beer?
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Yes, it's time to start brewing up a nice supply for spring customers! Do you brew any "lawn mower" type beers for the hikers who may not want a real malty beer?
Yes, I have the Amber which was created as a session beer and I also have a Belgian Pale Blond Ale which is now available in the Pioneer Market along with the Porter.
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The Nelson Savin hops did not arrive as planned so I didn't brew yesterday. Going to brew today and I'm going to try another Hopunion blend of citrusy hops called "Zythos". Similar to the Nelson blend but may not be quite as potent. Once the Nelson blend arrives I'll just be forced to brew again and compare the 2.
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My absolute favorite IPA is Societe's The Pupil. They use Nelson Sauvin and Citra. It's absolutely delicious. I bet you will be very happy with whatever finished product the Nelson goes into when it arrives
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My absolute favorite IPA is Societe's The Pupil. They use Nelson Sauvin and Citra. It's absolutely delicious. I bet you will be very happy with whatever finished product the Nelson goes into when it arrives
That's good to hear. Just smelling the Zyphos vs. the Cascade, the Zyphos is a lot more citrusy whereas the Cascade is very piney. Should make for an interesting comparison.


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