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Old 12-01-2012, 04:42 AM   #1261
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Ah, no worries. Good to know, thanks again man.


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Old 12-01-2012, 04:43 AM   #1262
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Hate to keep harping on the same thing, but - is anyone able to advise on what (if any) adjustments I need to make to the amount of priming sugar necessary when it comes time to bottle my stout?

On another note: Jolly, that's a hell of a lineup! Count me as jealous as well. I've totally been bitten by the bug, and as soon as the semester is over, I'll be brewing again as well.

@cheesecake: That, my good man, looks deelishus. Nice job!
If you have a gallon of wort/beer then 1 oz of priming sugar will be fine. You don't need to adjust based on the OG, just on the volume (assuming it is done fermenting) I use the little brewer's best conditioning tablets to simplify things for myself.

And thanks, I brew once a week and once a month I do something other than beer. Trying to figure out what I am going to do this month now.


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Old 12-01-2012, 05:25 AM   #1263
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Just ordered the northern brewer white house honey ale and the honey porter. I really like the northern brewer kits.
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Old 12-01-2012, 01:55 PM   #1264
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Does anyone know of a place still selling citra and/or amarillo hops? I think I just missed the 2012 harvest...
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Old 12-01-2012, 02:15 PM   #1265
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Well here it is.....northern brewer black ipa
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Just ordered the northern brewer white house honey ale and the honey porter. I really like the northern brewer kits.
I have been looking at the northern brewer kits. They seem priced a little better then the Brooklyn kits (even though they Include yeast.)
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Old 12-01-2012, 02:31 PM   #1266
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Northern brewer kits include yeast. And fizz drops. They are put together really well
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Old 12-01-2012, 02:35 PM   #1267
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Have to share this!
I really enjoy working with fellow homebrewers.

My theme for bottles and labels is black and white. When I do another's recipe I try to do a generic label to give them credit for when others drink the beer.
I contacted Smallbatchhomebrew after brewing a couple of 1.25 gallon batches (Hop Zombie and Biscuits 'n Honey)and Will has replied a couple of times with tweaks to a label for his brew. it is in color and in his brown and green theme originally. I greyscaled it and printed it in windows as a wallet size (9 labels per page)

Want to thank him and I think it is awesome for a company to be so responsive.

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Northern brewer kits include yeast. And fizz drops. They are put together really well
brewing Dead Ringer this weekend

fizz drops work great
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Today I'm brewing a brown ale, and swapping out the hard drive in my laptop for a 256gb SSD

Thank god for iPad.
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Does anyone know of a place still selling citra and/or amarillo hops? I think I just missed the 2012 harvest...
Try yakimavalleyhops.com they still had em a couple days ago.


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