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Old 11-23-2012, 01:50 AM   #21
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Dan at Mother Earth In Vista is the best. He gives me information on all of his recipes. He has also helped me formulate recipes of my own. I describe for him what I am looking for and he creates the recipet in beersmith. He hit it out of the park on an American stout that he created for me about 2 months ago. Ill be brewing a double batch of it this weekend
Good bunch of guys. Glad they got the new digs in downtown. Makes it hard to just get ingredients. Seems tough to talk to the brewers in most places, The folks at Mother Earth are easy to talk to.


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Old 11-23-2012, 05:11 AM   #22
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I've posted this before, but Terrapin is very friendly and open too...I e-mailed a while back about their Gamma Ray Wheatwine, and eventually received a reply directly from Spike (owner/brewer) with grain bill/percentages and yeast strain suggestion...basically gave me the recipe! I've yet to actually brew the wheatwine, but I used the grain bill info to do my first Hefe a while back (and to practice decoction mashing) and it came out great!
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