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Old 06-25-2011, 01:46 AM   #1
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What do you like to listen to when you brew.I believe music plays a roll in how your beer turns out. I start brewing early, so the tunes are a little calm. Steely Dan, Kansas, but by the end of the boil, and some homebrews I'll be rock'n to some Zeppelin, korn.


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Old 06-25-2011, 01:50 AM   #2
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Brewed up a Baltic Porter today, and had Dropkick Murphy's (their old stuff) and Flogging Molly going. If its not that mix its normally a Pantera, Metallica, and Anthrax mix.


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The brewing playlist includes rage against the machine, rise against, dropkick murphys, coldplay, steely dan, vampire weekend, Harley poe, and more
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Mine sort of depends on the time if day but usually starts with flogging molly and ends with some Slayer and lamb if God.
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Typically old reggae and rocksteady. The Paragons, Toots and the Maytals, The Pioneers, Desmond Dekker, The Ethiopians, Rudy Mills, etc.
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Typically old reggae and rocksteady. The Paragons, Toots and the Maytals, The Pioneers, Desmond Dekker, The Ethiopians, Rudy Mills, etc.
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For some reason, ever since I started brewing I have a renewed interest in British punk and pop from the late 70's and the 80's. I think there must be a connection. Brewing a bitter while listening to bands like XTC or Gang of Four, who were so interested in the lives of ordinary English people, makes so much sense.
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When I was single I would occasionally leave music playing while I was away, so my apartment would have a certain atmosphere when I returned. Sort of like one of those ionizing air cleaners. Reading this thread, I'm intrigued by the idea of music becoming infused in my beer.

No, I don't really believe in this sort of woo woo stuff, but it's a nice thought and I like music so why the hell not.
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When I was single I would occasionally leave music playing while I was away, so my apartment would have a certain atmosphere when I returned. Sort of like one of those ionizing air cleaners. Reading this thread, I'm intrigued by the idea of music becoming infused in my beer.

No, I don't really believe in this sort of woo woo stuff, but it's a nice thought and I like music so why the hell not.
They say that plants respond to music, so why not yeast?


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