Re: CYBI: Rogue's "Dad's little helper"

Thu Jul 09, 2009 6:10 am

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Re: CYBI: Rogue's "Dad's little helper"

Thu Jul 09, 2009 6:14 am

So far, the only recipe I haven't been able to find is the Pullman Brown. Most of the recipes are posted by listeners who take notes. They may not be ProMash readouts, but they are recipes.
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Re: CYBI: Rogue's "Dad's little helper"

Thu Jul 09, 2009 6:24 am

Just to be an :asshat: , some of the other shows have been posted by listeners, not the brewers. Also if you listen to some of the older Jamil shows they talk about links to the recipes at the bottom of the Jamil page, but I can't find them. Not that much of a problem because I can just take notes (are use my copy of Brewing Classic Styles), but it would be super nice for us lazy folks if there was a download page with the ProMash rec files which all the brewers seem to be using (Sir Tasty, Pope Jamil, Death Rocker, the Tooth Fairy, etc)

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Re: CYBI: Rogue's "Dad's little helper"

Thu Jul 09, 2009 6:31 am

Datamike wrote:Yep, I see that one now. Good to know! Could you post a link where Jamil or Tasty have done the same?
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Sorry, Mike, but Nathan has been pretty damn good at posting his recipes. In fact, he posted the Oskaar Blues one before the archive was even released. Just have a quick look around the forum, I'm sure you'll find the threads.
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With all they do for the bn they need to post recipes now too. Why the hell cant you just take it down as you listen, instead of complaining about it. Should they mill the malt for you too mike?
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Re: CYBI: Rogue's "Dad's little helper"

Thu Jul 09, 2009 8:34 am

Hey Doc thanks for posting the recipe... do you really need to put "Dr." as part of your name in promash? :D Can't wait to brew it
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Re: CYBI: Rogue's "Dad's little helper"

Thu Jul 09, 2009 2:46 pm

Doc, that was a great beer. Thanks for rocking it hard on that one. It's one of those beers where, since it's a malt liquor people might not expect much, but the ingredients don't give you a lot of room to hide. Going that warm with a lager yeast can be a little daunting.

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Re: CYBI: Rogue's "Dad's little helper"

Fri Jul 10, 2009 9:38 pm

I was looking for the Dead Guy one and cannot find it yet. Anyone seen it?

All of the initial recipes from the Jamil show are on Beer DuJour. I wonder why these arn't?

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Kudo's to Nathan for Posting, as I am getting ready to brew the "Green Flash"

Thanks Doc for getting involved. I love this series and now we get guest brewers. Nothing but the best.

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Re: CYBI: Rogue's "Dad's little helper"

Fri Jul 10, 2009 9:40 pm

FreakBrothers wrote:Hey Doc thanks for posting the recipe... do you really need to put "Dr." as part of your name in promash? :D Can't wait to brew it
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