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Everything posted by HoppySmile!

  1. don't see y u can't either, lemme know how it comes out! I may brew this up!
  2. Buried Alive Brewing Company!!! somebody get me a logo design!!!!
  3. i'll give you a dollar if you chug it right now!!!
  4. I think it also has to do with the recent deportations, perhaps the Liberty hop had originated in another country, and the Crystal hop is truly American. but at the same time it's pretty crystal clear that I don't have the liberty to comment further
  5. 3/4 of my house is beer! no garage, no storage, and no basement, I cud be on Hoarders in a few more years, that wud be awesome!!! crawling all over my ever so Not Ending brewing mammouth to dig out a beer!!! i'm not there yet! but working on it!!
  6. I get on a baileys kick every now and then, but since that stuff is expensive, I buy the cheapest irish cream I can find, then get a pint of jameson. bcuz after three to four glasses of the spiked irish cream, it doesn't matter how it tastes, and by that time i'm usually crawling on my belly in the back yard anyways
  7. wait about a year or two from now, basically where I am, and you will develop Obsessive Brewing Disorder, I think there's a rap song from the 90's sounds like " I'm down with the OBD! Yeah You Know Me! " gotta have my fix u know!!! My Precious...............
  8. how'd it turn out? i'm brewing a kolsch using mostly kolsch grains, as a first time experimental attempt.
  9. what kind of DME do you have? it's not a priority to add vienne malt, that's just a popular malt used. i'm brewing a 5 gal. Mexican cerveza which i'm using a lot of corn maize which you can buy at your local h.brew store or get it @ Mr. Beer website, it also depends on what flavor you want to achieve. I brewed a Mexican lager using vienne malt and it turned out to be very similar to Dos Equis. the current cerveza i'm brewing i'm using corn maize in substitution for the vienne to reproduce a more lighter beer and color as well. I would research this more, or just brew on azteck straight up to see for yourself if it needs tweaking
  10. I've had a beer next to te kill ya, the beer was the chaser
  11. been wanting to do a wit, just a little dim on how to go about it? can u post a basic recipe that you've brewed up Nick?
  12. I use my old panty hose that my fat veiny legs can't fit in anymore, so I dnt see any reason you can't use cheese cloth?
  13. OMG!!!!!!!! Sparks are flying Now!!!! I just caught my mini blinds on fire!!!!
  14. he could change it to Sweet & Sour Chicken Saison, that'll leave u in the parking lot for awhile..............
  15. That's more like it! Inda.............. I can only come up with that classic stuff when i'm stoned or on acid! But Shrike! u did it sober right???
  16. pass out or pass gas?
  17. i'm a big fan of prunes! so I was wondering if I could soak prunes in the rootbeer to get that American classic prune root beer!!!?
  18. like pieces to a puzzle!!!
  19. and by looking at this, I really don't see anything sweet about this. perfect amount of honey malt, and the fresh honey will dissipate and dry out the beer. nice choice of hops I think is gonna be a good one!
  20. Say Son!!! y dnt we have a get together at the Farm house?? whatya say son?
  21. i used honey malt in mine, and with a little time, it'll smooth out just fine! however, I just used a small amount of honey malt. I think the hop combo really paid off for both my Tank 7 and first experimental Saison. the third farmhouse/saison is presently fermenting as a 5 gal. and I used more of a wheat blend, a lot of fresh honey to dry it out more.
  22. You stole my line!!!!!
  23. Austinhomebrew.com has their A.G., mini mash and extract Mai bocks on sale for a 5 gal. kit, $20.00. the extract and mini mash kit I believe are no difference from each other. I bought an A.G., and extract. a good deal for 5 gal. bock beer for 20 bucks if you ask me

  24. only if you haul your MIL with the deal!!!