Transplant from SoCal to OK? Who'd you piss off?Hey Oklahoma bretheran.
The company i work for is courting me to potentially become a transplant from So Cal. When/if I arrive, is this something I should keep quiet about, or will a beach boy be welcomed with open arms?
I am hoping that by bringing a lot of beer that I will be accepted by the locals. Ha ha
Hey all. Been lurking around on HBT for a bit but just created an account the other day and ran across this thread. Would anyone be interested in an Oklahoma Homebrewing Facebook group? Or know of one that exists already? I've been brewing for a little over a year now, and have yet to find a region specific group online that has any real activity, and just want to chat with some other homebrewers in the area. I know there's FOAM here in Tulsa, but their forums seem pretty dead and they don't have a group attached to their Facebook page.
Anyway, hope everyone's doing well and has plenty of time on their hands to brew
Nice! I love a good cream ale. I just got an order from them yesterday for a Saison, I love that they're doing home deliviery right now. Going for a variation of the Funkwerks Tropic King, doing Zythos and Huell Melon hops instead of Rakau and Opal since I'd have to get those from somewhere else, and ship times are all over the place right now.No problem.
I actually just got my extract + steeping grains kit from High Gravity today. Gonna give a cream ale a try for my 1st beer.
Nice! I got my Anvil Foundry from there, great company. There were some shipping delays from Anvil to them and they were very communicative through the whole process. Good to know they're doing free shipping still.I just made a pretty big order of grains to take advantage of this stay at home order going on right now. I know many of the big companies have suspended their free shipping promotions due to current high demand, but I just ordered from "Great Fermentations" and they are still doing free shipping over $55. I don't have any prior experience but the savings on shipping was worth taking a shot.
Just a heads up if anyone else is trying to shop around right now
Nice! That sounds delicious.A lil success. Successful at pasteurizing, but did it a bit soon.
Some (supposedly) 6.3% ABV orange ginger beer. Drinks like 3% though. Can drink more that way at least.
2 out of the 4 I've cracked open had a tiny bit of bubbles. No carb feeling in mouth, but still good taste. 3 others left to try.
Gonna bump the ginger up next round.
Thanks for the welcome. Been pretty busy unpacking and trying to get brew equipment set up.Welcome to Tulsa! What are you planning on brewing?