Re: Brewing With Style Schedule...

Tue Mar 12, 2013 6:53 pm

hoodie wrote:I love everything the BN does, and especially that they do it for free. However, I've listened to the last two brewing with style shows, and haven't finished either. It's just kinda boring. What makes it worse is that I can't get most of the beer they try out here on the east coast. Makes me depressed :cry:

After listening to Justin rant for 3 hrs on the last Sunday session, I felt kinda bad about writing this. So I will just shut up and listen to the CYBI archives.
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Re: Brewing With Style Schedule...

Tue Mar 12, 2013 7:21 pm

hoodie wrote:
hoodie wrote:I love everything the BN does, and especially that they do it for free. However, I've listened to the last two brewing with style shows, and haven't finished either. It's just kinda boring. What makes it worse is that I can't get most of the beer they try out here on the east coast. Makes me depressed :cry:

After listening to Justin rant for 3 hrs on the last Sunday session, I felt kinda bad about writing this. So I will just shut up and listen to the CYBI archives.

Wow! I can't wait to listen to the last show. I love a good Justin rant. No one can bitch like that guy can. I consider him to be an honorary Jew. I wonder if he actually addressed anything from the "subscriber" thread. I doubt it because from what I could tell it's really only one or two people that are upset, but if he did, that'd be a good rant too.
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Re: Brewing With Style Schedule...

Mon Mar 18, 2013 12:18 pm

Well, I just kegged my American Brown Ale for the show, and I'm not gonna lie, it's kind of bitter. That said, it wasn't bitter enough to keep me from drinking a pint of it even though it's warm and flat. I'll send it in, but I don't believe Tasty has anything to worry about; Janet's Brown will destroy me.
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Re: Brewing With Style Schedule...

Mon Mar 18, 2013 12:37 pm

BeaverBarber wrote:Well, I just kegged my American Brown Ale for the show, and I'm not gonna lie, it's kind of bitter. That said, it wasn't bitter enough to keep me from drinking a pint of it even though it's warm and flat. I'll send it in, but I don't believe Tasty has anything to worry about; Janet's Brown will destroy me.


Yea JBA is a beast! One of the best beers I've ever brewed.
You planning on dry hoppin that beast?

What was your og and calculated IBU?
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Re: Brewing With Style Schedule...

Mon Mar 18, 2013 2:03 pm

theobrew wrote:
BeaverBarber wrote:Well, I just kegged my American Brown Ale for the show, and I'm not gonna lie, it's kind of bitter. That said, it wasn't bitter enough to keep me from drinking a pint of it even though it's warm and flat. I'll send it in, but I don't believe Tasty has anything to worry about; Janet's Brown will destroy me.


Yea JBA is a beast! One of the best beers I've ever brewed.
You planning on dry hoppin that beast?

What was your og and calculated IBU?


I was hoping to make a sweeter, less roasty interpretation of the style so I'm not going to dry hop the beer. My OG was 1.056, FG 1.014 and my BU's was only measured at 31 Rager. I did a 10 minute whirlpool with a large amount of 0 minute hops that doesn't figure into the measurement, but it seemed to crank up the bitterness more than I was hoping for. Also, interesting to note; Sterling has sort of a citrus character that I wasn't expecting; it's light but it's definitely in there.

Recipe was:

72.7 % 10.00 American Two-row Pale (Rahr)
9.1 % 1.25 Munich Light (Briess Bonlander)
3.6 % 0.50 British Brown (Crisp)
7.3 % 1.00 British Crystal 70-80L (Fawcett)
2.2 % 0.30 British Pale Chocolate (Fawcett)
5.1 % 0.70 American Soft White Wheat (Briess)

Ounces AA Time
0.75 Horizon Pellet 11.2 60
0.40 Sterling Pellet 7.0 10
0.50 Liberty Pellet 4.9 10
0.60 Sterling Pellet 7.0 0
1.00 Liberty Pellet 4.9 0

Yeast: Wyeast Pacman

Mash 154. Ferment 64 degrees which was 56 ambient temperature. 5 day fermentation. After fermentation, increase to 70 for 3 days. Keg, fine, and cool to 34 degrees.
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Re: Brewing With Style Schedule...

Fri Mar 29, 2013 2:06 pm

Well, the postal service broke all the homebrew that I sent into the show. This must be what prohibition felt like. The beer was wrapped in paper and bubble wrapped. I'm not sure how else to get it there in one piece. At least the Jester King El Cedro bottles made it there intact. Tonight, will be the ESB brew. I guess I'll be shipping those in Styrofoam.
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Re: Brewing With Style Schedule...

Mon Apr 01, 2013 11:40 am

I'm not sure how else to get it there in one piece.


Don't use USPS.

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For those that are interested in contributing your homebrew, here is the schedule through the rest of the year.

April
Belgian Blonde
American Brown Ale

May
English ESB
Doppelbock

June
Dry Stout
Imperial IPA

July
Fruit Beer
Dortmunder Export

August
Witbier
American Amber

September
Oktoberfest
Ordinary Bitter

October
Robust Porter
California Common

November

Belgian Dark Strong
American Wheat or Rye

December
English IPA
German Wheat Beer
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Mon Apr 01, 2013 4:52 pm

Awesome. Thanks for the list Moscow.
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