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Old 05-25-2009, 03:54 PM   #11
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No problem Donner, come on in!


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Old 05-25-2009, 05:08 PM   #12
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Ok, anyone in Oklahoma tried their hand at growing hops? Everything else seems to grow well in my area so I have one Cascade and one Willamette rhyzome on the way to try out this season. Anyone with experience growing hops in OK out there?
I planted mine on the East side of my brewery to avoid the searing Oklahoma afternoon heat. The cascades and centennials have done very well, the brewers gold not so good and goldings...forget about it. I do think chinooks would do good but I don't have those planted.


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Old 06-17-2009, 07:26 PM   #13
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Mine are doing very well so far, Cascade cuttings over a week old.



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Hey there,

Are you guys still around? I'm moving to Norman from Austin in January. Would like to join the group or otherwise be involved.
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Old 09-24-2013, 12:14 PM   #15
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Seems like there's a fairly active contingent of HB'ers in the OKC area, just not much activity on HBT. Gail always has something going on at her Brew Shop (OKC). I don't get to Learn To Brew (Moore) all that often, so don't know what's happening there.

Welcome to the area!

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I just started homebrewing again recently in the Moore area. Just discovered Learn to Brew a couple weeks ago. Would be nice if some other OKC homebrewer could give some feedback on my brews.
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Old 09-25-2013, 04:24 AM   #17
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Ah, I see. Well, I suppose I'll attempt to hook up with some of the OKC folks. Thanks for getting back to me though--it was as if the OK brewers had vanished into thin air reading this thread.

Fred: Thanks for the warm welcome! I'm sure we'll bump into one another somewhere along the line. And, I'm always up for a little drive for a great brew day or to exchange some brews.

Nompton: There's certainly no reason we can't brew or exchange some beers for tasting.

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Hello from Tulsa!

I'm new to this site and home brewing. Only been doing it for 4 weeks now, but so far we've done 5 gal black sasion, 5 gal sessionable golden sasion, 5 gal porter, 5 gal London brown ale, 10 gal oatmeal stout. We are doing all grain, and I'm hooked! I was wondering if some of you in this area would be interested in going in on a pallet of base malt with me and two of my friends. We only need about 7-8 50 # sacks, so we really need a group buy.
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There seems to be quite a bit of activity up around Tulsa. You should definitely check in on those folks as they may already have an institutionalized grain buy.

As for me, that's a little too much base malt without a lot of other people involved. And, my house base is German Pilsner. I really don't use regular Pale Malt or 2-Row. Welcome to the hobby!!

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I'm new to this site and home brewing. Only been doing it for 4 weeks now, but so far we've done 5 gal black sasion, 5 gal sessionable golden sasion, 5 gal porter, 5 gal London brown ale, 10 gal oatmeal stout. We are doing all grain, and I'm hooked! I was wondering if some of you in this area would be interested in going in on a pallet of base malt with me and two of my friends. We only need about 7-8 50 # sacks, so we really need a group buy.
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well the group link on the first page seems to be broken, but I'm in Edmond and and doing 5gallon batches with a BIAB setup. Would love to get to know some folks around here who brew!


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