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  1. Trying to find a tried and true Rogue Chocolate Stout clone.
  2. Trying to find a recipe for a Rogue Chocolate Stout Clone. Anybody have a good one?
  3. Awesome thread guys! Being in Korea, it's hard to get ingredients. Keeping yeast like this will sure make life easier here.
  4. Interesting experiment. Take any BMC beer you like, then take a craft beer. Let them both warm to room temp, then try them. See which one is still drinkable. Not much of a surprise here.
  5. Thank you everybody, but YOU pay for me to fly Vipers for a living. I should be thanking you.
  6. "Chuck N" post=350291 said:Hey Brad. As with the other I too would like to thank you for your service. I'm prior Navy. 8years. LOML is prior Navy. 20 years. But you bring up an interesting logistical question: If you're stationed over sea's (Korea in your case) can it really be called "home" brewing? :laugh: :evil: :cheer: :evil: Good point. But my wife and dogs are here. Wherever they are IS my home!
  7. Welp, found it here just after posting that. https://www.mrbeer.com/info-exec/display/help
  8. Hello everyone. My name is Brad, and I'm a homebrewer. (First step is admitting it). Well I started brewing about four years ago with the Mr Beer kit. After about a year, I moved to 5 gal batches. To make a long story short, I'm a USAF Pilot stationed at Osan AB, South Korea. I left all my brewing equipment back in the states in storage, thinking I wouldn't brew here. Well, I missed it and ordered a new Mr beer kit. The problem is that I used to batch prime and now have only one fermenter. So I need to bottle prime but do not know how much sugar to add to each 12 oz bottle. Any help would be appreciated! Brad Harrumph!
  9. yankeedag wrote: It should come with the sandard crown, and you'll need to buy the Eurocrown Is this what you're talking about? http://www.midwestsupplies.com/european-bottle-capping-bell-housing-red-baron-capper.html
  10. So, I should only need these items listed below? http://www.midwestsupplies.com/european-bottle-capping-bell-housing-red-baron-capper.html http://www.midwestsupplies.com/29mm-european-bottle-caps-100-count.html
  11. Well, I have a bench capper too. Anyone know where I could find these larger caps and larger die online?
  12. Ok. So i wanted to try my hand at bottling in 750 ml bottles (the champagne looking ones). I have one that was from Dogfish Head that fits a bottle cap perfectly, but i have 2 more that seem ever so slightly larger so the standard bottle cap won't fit on. The thing that throws me off is that one of "larger" bottles had a cap on it when I bought it. So, are there larger caps for these bottles? I really don't want to have to get a corker if I don't have to. Any advice would be appreciated.
  13. Pitch the whole packet.
  14. packerduf wrote: BEER PORN!!!!! :woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo: Nice! I have toyed with the idea of going in this direction, but worry about having such a large boil volume. I have no desire to boil outside in the blistering heat. Besides, the BIAB gig makes my putter flutter, and the extract brewing is grand. But it is fun to hear from those who venture to true all-grain brewing, so keep the beer porn coming, and keep us posted on your progress. I hope every batch is a home run for you. :cheers: That looks like the news channel here in Texoma
  15. So have you noticed beersmith to be more accurate?
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