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Old 01-03-2013, 11:05 PM   #1
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Has anyone considered roasting hemp stalks and placing them in the secondary? Almost like the concept of oak chips?
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Old 01-03-2013, 11:10 PM   #2
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I have always given the advice that it is best to pick one vice and stick with it. Either alcohol, women, or drugs. It is usually not a good idea to mix them.
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Has anyone considered roasting hemp stalks and placing them in the secondary? Almost like the concept of oak chips?
Apparently not...Probably a hard ingredient to come by.... Try it and report back...
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I have always given the advice that it is best to pick one vice and stick with it. Either alcohol, women, or drugs. It is usually not a good idea to mix them.
Actually I found the mixing the vice of alcohol and women can work out pretty well at times!
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I have always given the advice that it is best to pick one vice and stick with it. Either alcohol, women, or drugs. It is usually not a good idea to mix them.
Mixing those vices used to work out great for me

I've since calmed down a little.
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Actually I found the mixing the vice of alcohol and women can work out pretty well at times!
I did that once and ended up with an Irish woman who hid vodka bottles around my house and was extremely expensive to get rid of.
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This is a serious question about accent flavoring. Hemp stalks contain NO THC. They have no stoner value. So it isn't for any purpose other than possible accenting. Considering hops are a relative, didn't seem to crazy an idea. I bet plenty of stalks are easy to come by in washington or colorado. Seems like an otherwise throw out item.
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Old 01-04-2013, 04:46 PM   #10
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Don't know if I have ever eaten hemp, have had the seeds on somethings. When hemp jewlery gets wet it gets a real catty smell and not in a good way like hops so not sure how well that would work in beer.
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