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Old 09-27-2005, 01:36 AM   #21
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Timmy....I plan to keg mine.

Where are you in Oklahoma? I'm originally from Owasso....just north of Tulsa. I'm getting stationed at Tinker AFB in OKC this time next year.


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Old 09-27-2005, 03:47 AM   #22
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Question: Will you bottle or keg? I too saw this in BYO and found it interesting. But as I live in Oklahoma and the nearest shop is 150 miles away, it may take me a little longer to get to it. Cheesefood, what is recipe for Caramel Vanilla Cream Ale?

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Caramel Vanilla Cream Ale. Read the entire thread for changes I made along the way.

Warning! This recipe is untested. I have a batch in the basement going right now. I'll post reviews in about 6 weeks.


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Old 09-28-2005, 02:14 AM   #23
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Hi Sam. I'm in Enid. Born and raised here. We've got Vance AFB here and glad to have it. When you get to Tinker, look me up, we will talk BEER!! Owasso is near the best Home Brew store in this state. It is called High Gravity and is on South Memorial just south of Woodland Hills mall. It is a great place! Owner's name is Dave and he and his wife have helped a lot over the last few years. Neat Club there too. Called the FOAM Rangers. I can't make their meetings but I try to get to High Gravity at least once a month.
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Old 09-28-2005, 02:16 AM   #24
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Thanks Cheesefood. I may give it a try
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Old 09-28-2005, 02:30 AM   #25
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I'm getting stationed at Tinker AFB in OKC this time next year.
My most sincere condolences. Except for the nudie bars of course.

Seriously tho...remind me when that happens. I graduated HS there, used to work there, and still have tons of family and friends who do. Maybe on one of my visits you can show me how to do AG.
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Old 09-28-2005, 04:08 AM   #26
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Timmy: Cool! Thanks for the tip on the HBS....I will check it out. My family still lives in Owasso. It's funny...I can't quite wrap my mind around a HBS in Tulsa. Seems to be such a liberal thing for the city to allow.

El Pistolero: Hey, I'm lookng forward to it. I've been all over the world since I left OK 12 years ago. Especially after 3 years here in VA, I'm looking forward the the slower pace. You're welcome (as is Timmy). We plan on buying a place out there, so brewing space will be part of the plan. I'm willing to bet you come around to AG before I get out there, though. If not....I will teach you, grasshopper.
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Old 09-30-2005, 04:42 PM   #27
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orrelse- ya still making this brew?
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Old 09-30-2005, 05:27 PM   #28
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orrelse- ya still making this brew?

You bet!
Due to a BUSY weekend, I'm probably going to have to brew it early next week. I believe Sam is going to attempt it this weekend.

It may not be a "true" group brew but if we all get within a week of brewing it we will all be able to enjoy and critique together.
So when ya up for it?
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Old 09-30-2005, 10:36 PM   #29
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Hey Sam....work got in the way of getting back to the forum. What a bummer. Yes, I was quite surprised to find such a well equipped HBS in Tulsa. But it really is a greay place. They have classes and on Saturdays, if you can be there, they hand out samples!!!! They got my wife hooked on wine kits!!! It is really fun too, but I still prefer beer. (Although I have 3 wines going now!!) The HBS in OKC is kind of a disappointment. At least it was for me. It is on Penn (about Penn and 36th). It has the basics, but as I a a gadget guy, I was a little let down. Yes it is somewhat of a liberal thing but I have found Tulsa to be much more liberal than OKC. My wife and I joke that Tulsa doesn't "feel" like you are in Oklahoma anymore!!! And remember that every one in Oklahoma is not close-minded!!!!

Get hold of me when you get here and we can exchange recipes, stories, ideas, etc. My wife has some good friends who live near Owasso now. I think he works for ARCO or something. Computer guy. Nice folks though.
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Old 09-30-2005, 10:42 PM   #30
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Sounds like a plan timmy, thanks!

I think I've got everything I need....I plan to brew it Sunday. Extract, 1.5gal, 30 min boil. It'll be a snap!


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