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Old 05-08-2012, 05:11 PM   #1
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I was asked to brew one of the commemorative beers for this summer's NHC and I asked Rogue to help out. Yesterday we brewed 15 bbl. of Rye IPA at Rogue's Buckman Brewhouse in Portland. Story and pics at http://www.homebrewersassociation.or...?topic=12069.0 . Sorry for directing you to another forum, but I didn't want to post it all twice!


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Very cool!

So, new girl question, do we get one of these bottles at NHC? I would love to try the REAL RyePA, as brewed by Mr. Conn.



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Very cool!

So, new girl question, do we get one of these bottles at NHC? I would love to try the REAL RyePA, as brewed by Mr. Conn.

It will be one of your registration beers.
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I didn't know they made blue coolers in 15bbl size!

Congrats, Denny

Looks like fun!
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Oh that's awesome.
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Oh that's awesome.
I believe there will be 4 to choose from and you get to pick 3 when you register. In addition, we'll have extra kegs of it available at the opening ceremony and other events. And on club night at our club booth I'll be serving a version I homebrewed so you can compare the 2. The Rogue version is made with Pacman and my version will be made with WY1450.
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The Rogue version is made with Pacman and my version will be made with WY1450.
I heard that was one of your fav's ( nyuk nyuk nyuk )
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Imagine that!
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Imagine that!
Pretty fond of it myself, actually. I'm just about to kick another deadguy clone I used it on. No one ever seems to have Pacman when I need it : )
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Very cool, Congrats Denny


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