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  1. landhoney

    100% Brett Beer II

  2. landhoney

    Duff Beer

    But you would have accomplished a great feat!;)
  3. landhoney

    Finally Brewing a Biere de Garde

    I'll add: "Flavor: Medium to high malt flavor often with a toasty, toffee-like or caramel sweetness. Malt flavors and complexity tend to increase as beer color darkens. Low to moderate esters and alcohol flavors. Medium-low hop bitterness provides some support, but the balance is always...
  4. landhoney

    Ommegang's Ommegeddon

    How's this? ;) Too much?:D Seriously though, thank you for the review, nice to know these are ready to drink. About time! :mug:
  5. landhoney

    Hey Ladyz, Listen If U Really Wanna Get 2 Know Me Just Send Me A Note

    Too funny, glad I didn't miss the pics - I was worried at the begginging of this thread when the pictures weren't showing up. :mug:
  6. landhoney

    How to use fresh, whole fruit

    Sorry, that was to the OP, title says fresh fruit and then in the message body the berries are frozen. Just joking around.
  7. landhoney

    How to use fresh, whole fruit

    Nobody caught this? Is it fresh or is it frozen? ;)
  8. landhoney

    Face to Face with The Dark Lord

    Let the bidding begin!! I love the free-market! :rockin:
  9. landhoney

    whats the craziest thing you've ever looked at and said "yeah, I could ferment that"?

    Here you go:
  10. landhoney

    whats the craziest thing you've ever looked at and said "yeah, I could ferment that"?

    I've read that the best calvados( apple brandy ) was formerly, or may still be( I should do a search, sorry) made from semi-rotten apples that have fallen to the ground. I guess in the same way noble rot(or botrytis) breaks the skin of the grape and allows water to evaporate and thus concentrate...
  11. landhoney

    Saison braggot (mead)?

    Saison yeast + not a lot of flavors to get in the way = Saison I think? In other words I would think it would taste like a saison. My only concern from my little experience is that you may want to add some yeast nutrient because of the low'ish malt percentage, like you would in a mead. Not sure...
  12. landhoney

    Cat owners. Let's talk litter boxes.

    We've got one and it is very nice, but loud. If you get one, expect your cats to be scared of it for a few days. ;) You just dump out the tray, from my experience it works well and is easier/more convienient. edit> That cat Genie is awesome, I might be tempted to try it out. ;) My best...
  13. landhoney


    Like what? I don't understand this quote. BTW Evan!, *****enozzle? Is that an Evan! original? In anycase thank you for constantly expanding my vocabulary. :mug:
  14. landhoney

    Martinelli Bottles?

    They can work, but I've got a BIG scar that says sometimes the don't. ;) Now I have a bench capper and feel much safer. I love Martinelli's, and the nice big bottle is a nice bonus. I use them all the time.
  15. landhoney

    Fixed my fermentation chamber by striking the relay/capacitor with a handle of

    My grandmother bought me this old timey radio turntable thing(love her to death, but never use the thing and store it under my bed) and it did not work. You turned the volume all the way up and it was only barely audible. After looking at it by myself and with my father, he gave it a 'thunk'...
  16. landhoney

    What did I just buy?

    I didn't wait :D Pretty cool, I was very suprised. I guess I'll be buying more 'item#.......' in the future now that I know it probably won't be colt 45, but rather some hard to find beer.
  17. landhoney

    Most useful super power to help with brewing

    Definitely communicating with the yeast: "More sour!" "More Funk!" Whoa, easy fellas!" etc. "Make me beer taste like Westy." ;)
  18. landhoney

    What did I just buy?

    It is pretty fun, almost worth the ten bucks just for the anticipation/excitement. Maybe I won't check this thread to find out what it is when BakerStreet gets the beer, and wait until mine arrives......maybe not. ;)
  19. landhoney


    They should not be sweet(like Lindemans), if it is try some that are not - they really are COMPLETELY different beers. And Gueze is blended lambic, usually 3,2,and 1 year-old batches blended together - but they are not blended with fruit. You can buy unblended Lambic, I believe Cantillon's is...
  20. landhoney

    Will the pellicle reform after the beer has been moved?

    It will reform, or it should. Mine did after 800+ miles in a U-haul trailer. ;) You can always add some sugar-water to give the bugs something easy to eat. If you see my Biere de Garde(now Biere de Funk) the pellicle sprung up quickly I think because of O2 and the sugar. My firend Mike's...