Re: BN Soldier brew off sign up sheet

Sun Nov 17, 2013 3:22 pm

Which ever way is the most difficult :) or the world to see not scared! just hope mine are okay I drank one that I bottled on that same day and it tasted kinda blah :)
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Re: BN Soldier brew off sign up sheet

Sun Nov 17, 2013 9:02 pm

Badadada! Okay boys the first winner of the BN forum competition is.........EllisTX with a Final assigned score of 39! EllisTX you are the proud winner of the choice of next beer style to brew! what will it be, you tasty beer brewing SOB! :aaron

here is the breakdown:

EllisTX overall 39 points :D

NervousDad overall 32 points :)

Neckbeardbeer overall 24.75 :)

PorkSlapper overall 23.25 :(

had alot of fun and shoutout to Bokonon, Lemy, and to John the head brewer at Shrub Steppe for helping get this little BN competition judged. Thanks for all who entered. I will be messaging each of you for mailing info for your BJCP scoresheets.
:jnj -PorkSlapper
Bottled: fresh hop pale ale
On tap: Moose bile strong ale
In the cellar: Taqu'il's Fat Black Imperial Stout
Lagering:
In the fermenter: Moose drool clone
In the works: Taqu'il's Fat Black Imperial stout
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Re: BN Soldier brew off sign up sheet

Sun Nov 17, 2013 10:11 pm

Well that's f'ing exciting. I enjoyed it and I'm glad I lucked out with the judges liking it too. All I did was make a Dortmunder and added porter extract at bottling. Glad listening to Tasty has payed off. :pop

Let's figure out when we would like the next beer to be due since that may effect what style we brew. How often do we want to do this. Every 2, 3, 4 months?

Big shout out to Pork for getting off his hams and pushing this comp along. Also to the judges who obviously have amazing palates. :bnarmy:
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Re: BN Soldier brew off sign up sheet

Sun Nov 17, 2013 10:58 pm

Congrats EllisTX and thanks for setting up the competition Porkslapper and the judges!! I'm looking forward to the next one.
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Re: BN Soldier brew off sign up sheet

Mon Nov 18, 2013 8:53 pm

I'd love to do the comp every 4 months, and perhaps pic a beer style from the Brewing with Style itinerary, so that we can do our own little judging, and then the winner can send a bottle into the show, I bet Jamil, Tasty, and Moscow would have fun tasting the winning brew on their show.
Bottled: fresh hop pale ale
On tap: Moose bile strong ale
In the cellar: Taqu'il's Fat Black Imperial Stout
Lagering:
In the fermenter: Moose drool clone
In the works: Taqu'il's Fat Black Imperial stout
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Re: BN Soldier brew off sign up sheet

Mon Nov 18, 2013 10:51 pm

keep us posted with plenty of time and I'll partake in the next round.
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On Tap: Barrel Fermented Berlinerweisse 3.2%; American Pale Ale 6.3%, Amarillo Blond 5%
Aging: Flander's Red in a 60 gallon Merlot barrel
Fermenting: Robust Porter 6.5%
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Re: BN Soldier brew off sign up sheet

Tue Nov 19, 2013 5:43 am

March 15th maybe for the next brew to be due?


I'm thinking we should brew a.......

Strong Scotch Ale

http://www.bjcp.org/2008styles/style09.php#1e

I've never brewed one but I've been hammering on this Oskar Blues Ol' Chub lately and I'm a huge fan. Also, I don't think it's a style that requires any special temps or procedures so everyone should be able to take a shot.
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Re: BN Soldier brew off sign up sheet

Tue Nov 19, 2013 11:51 am

I wanna play too!

I think a Strong Scotch Ale would be fun! My dad loves those but I have yet to brew one.

Should I make it chocked full of that hideous smoked peat malt? That should clinch a win.
Fermenting: Black IPA, Barley Wine, Cider and Imperial Stout

Current man crush: Warren

Previous man crushes: Nathan, Tasty, JP and Justin

Future man crush: Maybe Jamil or Doc

:bnarmy: SGT ScottyB-Brewing :bnarmy:
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