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Hops / Re: Rhizomes
« Last post by ECH on May 18, 2020, 05:17:07 PM »
Unfortunately I have a home based business, that I can only get away from Sundays and Mondays. Had I have seen this earlier, I could have arranged something for today (Victoria Day).

No worries, always next year.
My Rig / Re: Keg-inator
« Last post by Drinkolot on May 17, 2020, 06:33:50 PM »
Speaking of old fridges. I got mine from my old WO. It's made from an old 1950's ish COLDSPOT. Custom painted to match his bike. He had it made in Nova Scotia while he was posted at Shearwater. I basically saved it from anonymity, since he doesn't have room for it or the bike for that mater, after being posted out to St-Hubert, Qc. Told him he could have it back if he ever gets nostalgique... or buys another bike.

06414A81-16F8-4CFB-A5BF-FFED5115C35A by Hugo Belisles, on Flickr
50BEA59B-2A1F-436C-80B1-532435C22E11 by Hugo Belisles, on Flickr
Miscellaneous / Re: Hot Scotchy
« Last post by Drinkolot on May 17, 2020, 05:14:03 PM »

I'm going to have to give this a try. Any particular mash recommendations?

We've tried it with everything from bitters, NEIPA, brown ales, Black IPA and most recently a rauchbier. It's a pleasant surprise every time. I've used Wild Turkey, Jameson's, Dark Horse and Lot No.40, Jim Beam. There's no fix recipe, some stand out better then others. For example that rauchbier was with a bottle of Bushmills and man that came out just magically delicious.

As for not drinking while brewing. Well as with all machinery if it ain't lubricated chances are it won't work well. But to much Lub CAN be a bad thing....
Miscellaneous / Re: Hot Scotchy
« Last post by Roger on May 16, 2020, 09:17:55 PM »
I've done that a few times and it's great. But I tend not to drink while brewing I always end up forgetting a step or messing something up. So I keep my refreshments for post pitch.
Hops / Re: Rhizomes
« Last post by Roger on May 16, 2020, 09:14:29 PM »
A couple of Cascade would be awesome. Been meaning to add them to go with my centennial.

Where would one go to pick them up?
I can just put a few in a bag and you can pick them up some day next week if that works for you. I live in the Pepper Creek area. PM me and I can give you my address and time for pick up. :cheers:
Welcome Forum / Re: Incoming!
« Last post by Roger on May 16, 2020, 09:11:45 PM »
Welcome! looking forward to sharing a beer and some brisket.   :cheers:
General / Re: What's Brewing?
« Last post by jamie_savoie on May 16, 2020, 07:35:47 PM »
I knew you wouldn't disappoint  :D
Let us know what you do and how it turns out. My fav one so far was the one with some dme along with lemon, juniper and some spices. Taste like a lemon gin tonic
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