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About Travis1972

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  1. Thanks for the reply. I guess I will have to send it to the lab for analysis? haha I know the old malts were from New Zealand. 2012...geez, I guess I have been gone for longer than I thought? BTW: I took a few samples of my own versions of Mr. Beer recipes to some local brew stores and they said that they were better than some of the full malt brewers beers!
  2. It's been a couple of years since I have been on the forum and I haven't brewed in a while, but I am ready again! (the neighbors are bugging me!) I have a few of questions about some old Mr. Beer ingredients and was wondering if anyone could give me some info on a modern equivalent? My very first Mr. Beer brew turned out great. I used Cowboy Golden Lager, Golden Wheat, booster, added aroma hops at the end and some Wyeast German Ale + Mr. Beer Yeast. It's a secret for now, but it will blow your mind! 1. What hops & malt where used in the Cowboy Golden Lager? 2. Is there a Cooper's HME that uses the same hops & malt? 3. What was the standard Mr. Beer ale yeast that was used at that time = to? 2013 Thanks in advance if you can help.
  3. I'm in Lemoyne, which is right across the Susquehanna River from Harrisburg. I've lived in most of the towns on the West Shore and was born between Lewisberry and Etters. Nice to see all of the other PA folks here. :chug: The can of "Bretzels" avatar is from my Great Great Grandfather's factory in Harrisburg that existed from 1900 until the mid 1950's. Grandpa and his brother Dave worked there as kids. Pretzels and Beer!!
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