Mon Sep 19, 2005 5:17 pm

Krotch thats great. When I have the time to play in photoshop I'll get one done for ya.

Travis
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Mon Sep 19, 2005 5:45 pm

Lufah wrote:Krotch thats great. When I have the time to play in photoshop I'll get one done for ya.

Travis

I wouldn't expect anything less. :lol: I'm glad you got a good laugh out of it. :D
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Tue Sep 20, 2005 9:31 am

HEY EVERYONE!
I think this might be my first post.. i registered quite a while ago.

I love the mp3s... I haven't been able to listen to the live show.. but i will.

A little 411 about me..

i am 25, have been brewing for 1.5 years, went AG in march, and love it.
So far AG I have made:
two very bitter pale ales (5 gal)
one overly dry stout (5 gal)
one HEFE - for fourth of justly - 10 gals-split with buddy)
one Wit -(5 gal)
one rye wit (5 gal)
one. pils/carapils/saaz ale with wlp007 (5 gal)
one "attemped" alt turned porter because of way way too much choc.malt.
One eng. bitter.. target, challenger, EKG(dry hop) (10 gallons)
one ALL PALE/Centennial.. 10 gal split with another brew buddy
.. I think that's about it.

I used Nottingham's for much of my first year, yeast wise, then a bunch of white labs.. an dnow I make starters with the wyeast, when making 10 gallons especially.
I love brewing sucessive batches, and grabbing yeast from the bottom of the bucket , about 2 cups, and storing it in mason jars or zip top baggies, to either cold pitch if less than 2 weeks goes by, or make a starter up to 6 months-ish. and of course.. reusing the remaining yeast cake in the ferm.bucket. -
I made my pale-centennial.. using yeast/ a starter made by adding 3/4 of my day 2 kreusen (scraped off with a sanitized spoon) and a quart of a med. weakish starter (og)

I have posted about 350 times at the NORTHERN BREWER site. I would consider myself a regular there.. but I really enjoy working to your brewcasts.. KEEP IT UP! I will have to send you a bottle of my rye wit/ with a bit of dried ginger.

There are two breweries/brewpubs here in lincoln, one's more mechinized, another has a big pump and a patch-bay of ins and outs for the kettle and MT.. etc. I personally perfer the smaller brewpub, but I also know the brewer and do homebrewing with him...

thanks..
Brendan McGinn PS looking forward to the Irish brewer this weekend!

here's me! - I am looking weird here..


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here's some beautiful NEBRASKA scenery.. about 150 mi north of lincoln. Near South DakotaImage
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Tue Sep 20, 2005 9:41 am

Hey Ionia. Welcome to the site. Good to see another NBer here.

Travis
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Without question, the greatest invention in the history of mankind is beer. Oh, I grant you that the wheel was also a fine invention, but the wheel does not go nearly as well with pizza.
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Tue Sep 20, 2005 12:22 pm

you guys are killing me in here. Those pics are frickin hilarious!!...Russel Crow, Bert!!.

I love it. and you've all got faces for radio by the way,

Justin
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Thu Sep 22, 2005 5:55 pm

Brewcaster J wrote:and you've all got faces for radio by the way,

Justin


Now if we could just find someone with a voice for radio... Hey Justin, know anyone with a good radio voice? ;-)
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Thu Sep 22, 2005 8:18 pm

ouch. just plain ouch.
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Thu Sep 22, 2005 8:45 pm

oh that was me. ouch still
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