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Cody V

Cody V

Age : 33
Location : Memphis, TN
Registration date : 2010-09-12

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PostSubject: DWHAHB   DWHAHB EmptyWed Nov 10, 2010 5:24 pm

This my be a repeat topic, but oh well!

How many of us homebrew, and what have you done recently?

The last I brewed was a Rye Saison, turned out quite well.
Next week I am brewing a Cherry Stout. Here is the grain-bill:

5lb American 2-Row
5lb Pilsner
.5lb CaraPils
.5lb Caramel 80L
.5lb Chocolate
1oz Fuggle-bittering
.5oz Willamette-aroma
6lb Cherry Puree
Can't decide on Wyeast London Ale, or Old Ale. Guess I'll decide when I see what they have at the local HBS. Very Happy
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Falconer

Falconer

Age : 68
Location : this side of Wichita
Registration date : 2010-06-12

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PostSubject: Re: DWHAHB   DWHAHB EmptyWed Nov 10, 2010 10:57 pm

Cody, I'm not into it but my son-in-law is big time. He's got a fortune tied up in it. He's won some awards too with his twisted whisky ale. damn good stuff! He makes a great Irish Red and an English stout too.

It's a science! Too complicated for me but I sure like to drink it. cheers
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Smokin' Blues

Smokin' Blues

Age : 41
Location : Booneville, Kentucky
Registration date : 2009-04-16

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PostSubject: Re: DWHAHB   DWHAHB EmptyThu Nov 11, 2010 1:20 am

Falconer wrote:
Cody, I'm not into it but my son-in-law is big time. He's got a fortune tied up in it. He's won some awards too with his twisted whisky ale. damn good stuff! He makes a great Irish Red and an English stout too.

It's a science! Too complicated for me but I sure like to drink it. cheers

Valky, the Irish Red sounds good! Killian's is my favorite beer!
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DoverPipes

DoverPipes

Age : 51
Location : HUDSON VALLEY NY
Registration date : 2009-05-24

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PostSubject: Re: DWHAHB   DWHAHB EmptyThu Nov 11, 2010 2:43 am

New Smoker wrote:
Falconer wrote:
Cody, I'm not into it but my son-in-law is big time. He's got a fortune tied up in it. He's won some awards too with his twisted whisky ale. damn good stuff! He makes a great Irish Red and an English stout too.

It's a science! Too complicated for me but I sure like to drink it. cheers

Valky, the Irish Red sounds good! Killian's is my favorite beer!

I take it you've never had a Smithwick's ??? scratch
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Natch

Natch

Age : 68
Location : foothills of the Ozarks
Registration date : 2007-12-21

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PostSubject: Re: DWHAHB   DWHAHB EmptyWed Nov 17, 2010 2:20 pm

I have for over 20 years now, but alas all my bottling equipment and such has collected dust for almost a year now. I've got to get back into it this winter. My Imperial Stout has been known to grow hair in places where you didn't know you had such places!

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Cody V

Cody V

Age : 33
Location : Memphis, TN
Registration date : 2010-09-12

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PostSubject: Re: DWHAHB   DWHAHB EmptySun Jan 23, 2011 12:28 pm

Finally got around to cracking open a bottle of cherry stout. Can't really taste the cherries, but it's definitely in the aroma. Very toasty with a little chocolate. I'll have to add more cherries next time! Twisted Evil
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Foxfire

Foxfire

Age : 41
Location : Crawfish Boils & Hurricanes
Registration date : 2011-01-29

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PostSubject: Re: DWHAHB   DWHAHB EmptySun Jan 30, 2011 1:24 pm

The wife got me a homebrew kit for Christmas, so I'm looking forward to getting into this new hobby (although I currently have too many "irons in the fire" as it is, lol).
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