moots

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About moots

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  • Birthday December 26

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    North Carolina
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    Music, reading, golf, sci-fi, home brewing

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  1. Looks good!!glad it turned out good!
  2. Bdawg I am sorry for your loss. Was one of the hardest things to go through. The recipe looks great.
  3. His name was yoda bear.
  4. Thank you everyone for the responses. Shrike, I think the same he was part of the family. Creeps, thank you, it didn't occur to me to use the grains to make dog biscuits. Thinking of going with the honey blonde ale.
  5. My dog crossed the rainbow bridge a little over a month ago. I was thinking of brewing a beer in his honor. Just wondering if anybody might have any suggestions as to what would be good . He was a golden retriever/ yellow lab mix. A very sweet, kind dog. Thinking of some kind of blonde ale maybe
  6. Can't wait to hear how it turns out!,
  7. I print simple labels for the bottles. Each batch is in its own crate, and I tape a piece of paper or a piece of an index card with the bottle date, name of batch, and anything else I decide to put on.
  8. Finally getting to brew p the recipe. Please forgive any ignorance but do I keep the grains in for the full boil? Or do I take them out after steeping them and just boil the liquid?
  9. Thank you everyone for all of the input!! I really appreciate the tips, and advice!!
  10. Thanks stroomer!! Would one be better than the other to add the grains to?
  11. After brewing the let it bee recipe, I had some grains left over. I have two refills/recipes that I am getting ready to brew, one is the Diablo IPA, and the other is the Horse's Ass Ale. I don't wondering if I could use the left over grains in one of these so they don't go to waste. The grains are honey malt, and Pilsen malt.
  12. I will try doubling up the vanilla next time.
  13. Thank you rick.
  14. When bottling the Nilla Porter, I was wondering if it would be better to use 12 oz. glass bottles or if the 740 ml pet bottles would be good to use. Or would there be any difference.
  15. Not Charlotte. But from Lexington.