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Old 12-28-2008, 04:42 PM   #1
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Ok, after much trials and tribulation... the N.St. Paul Brewday is back on.

Come and get to know other local brewers in the area. Last year was a great success so we decided to do it again.


When: Saturday, Jan 10, 2009 10AM-till?
Where: PM me for location and details
Who's coming: As it sits, we've got 4 experienced AG brewers, 6 extract brewers who have brewed previously, and a handful of interested new brewers.

Haul your rig over! We've got 110v and 220v power available. Good water, & great information.

Nick with a local heating company will be bringing specialized CO detection equipment to demonstrate the proper gas burner configurations to avoid CO poisoning.

Sean has been beta testing the BCS-460 unit, and will be giving demonstrations as well as brewing with the unit.

(Also, a possible visit from a special "Award winning" guest) who can talk about recipes and preparing beer for judging.

Don't have your own equipment? no worry, bring a kit and a carboy and we'll get you brewing.



We've got 8 taps open for home brew and plenty of food.

There is a small cost for those in attendance but sampling brew and food are free.

We've got limited space so RSVP will be required.

PM me for details!
hope to see you there!

-John


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Kegged/Drinking:Nihilistic Integrity - Black IPA, #1 BIAB pale ale, Bells Two Hearted - yes a keg of the real stuff
Kegged/Conditioning:Wally N Seans Braggot, Emerald Eyes - Irish Red, Atomic Tsunami - brown
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Old 01-10-2009, 06:55 PM   #2
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The brewday is under way! Pics to follow.
So far it's Nicksteck, Slnies, Breakman Brewing, Ego Archive, Digital Static, and a few other non-HBT friends. Shaping up to be a good day.


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Where's my beer. I know I left it around here somewhere.....
Kegged/Drinking:Nihilistic Integrity - Black IPA, #1 BIAB pale ale, Bells Two Hearted - yes a keg of the real stuff
Kegged/Conditioning:Wally N Seans Braggot, Emerald Eyes - Irish Red, Atomic Tsunami - brown
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Old 01-11-2009, 06:26 AM   #3
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Holy F'n Sh!t... it's 12:25 anf we're frucking druk.... good brew day
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Mom was right. Never argue with an idiot. They just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience.

Where's my beer. I know I left it around here somewhere.....
Kegged/Drinking:Nihilistic Integrity - Black IPA, #1 BIAB pale ale, Bells Two Hearted - yes a keg of the real stuff
Kegged/Conditioning:Wally N Seans Braggot, Emerald Eyes - Irish Red, Atomic Tsunami - brown
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Old 01-11-2009, 05:53 PM   #4
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It was great brew day, I had a blast!

Getting to see everyone's rig firsthand was was cool, and John's brew house was really well setup. I can't wait until the next one.

I took a couple pictures with the phone, but they sucked, and I saw other photo's being taken, so I'm hoping those will show up. Thanks for letting us invade your space and drink your beer John!
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Old 01-11-2009, 07:54 PM   #6
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Oh, I'm so jealous! Someday I'm going to invite myself and come on over there.

Please post pictures!
Oh, there will be Pics soon... just got to get over this killer hangover... got so wrecked. Finally got to bed about 1 Am.... woke up heaving at 6 am.... been touch and go ever since. It really was a blast! Time to start planning a summer version!
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Kegged/Drinking:Nihilistic Integrity - Black IPA, #1 BIAB pale ale, Bells Two Hearted - yes a keg of the real stuff
Kegged/Conditioning:Wally N Seans Braggot, Emerald Eyes - Irish Red, Atomic Tsunami - brown
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Old 01-11-2009, 08:29 PM   #7
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Thanks for the hospitality there John, had a great time as well. Sounds like I left before the real druck fun started!

 
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Old 01-11-2009, 08:36 PM   #8
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Thanks for the hospitality there John, had a great time as well. Sounds like I left before the real druck fun started!
Yea, I have vague recollections of a bottle & a half of Jag and a whole lot more beer.
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Mom was right. Never argue with an idiot. They just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience.

Where's my beer. I know I left it around here somewhere.....
Kegged/Drinking:Nihilistic Integrity - Black IPA, #1 BIAB pale ale, Bells Two Hearted - yes a keg of the real stuff
Kegged/Conditioning:Wally N Seans Braggot, Emerald Eyes - Irish Red, Atomic Tsunami - brown
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Old 01-11-2009, 08:37 PM   #9
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I only got to snap a couple photos yesterday but here they are until John gets more online.




Johns rig again, and Nicks rig along the wall in the left corner

 
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Old 01-12-2009, 04:57 AM   #10
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the brew day was great, i had great time but i wish i could remember the whole night, wanted to thank Sean and John for helping me finish my brew, i was having a hard time finding my rig in a 26X26 GARAGE

Nick


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