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Carey Lening 1h
Guys, I am so, so close to dipping my toe into . In CA, there were plenty o places to get kitted out. Who sells stuff for the homebrewer in Ireland?
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FourthRoomBrewing 41m
Why yes. Yes, I do have a "Red Solo Cup & Costume" button on my interactive board. Why do you ask?
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Broken Whisker Brewing 23h
Ingredients bought for the next brew, an American Amber.
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Liam P Rayner 4h
Found a recipe from the 70's for tropical fruit wine. The local co-op had three pineapple in the reduced section so it would be rude not to try it
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BilltownBrewingCo 20h
This afternoon's Brew is a malty one.
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FourthRoomBrewing 17h
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Gary Cox 21h
Grain bill for a dunkelweizen that I’m making today. Excited to try this recipe!
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Jim Aug 16
Vourlaufing some wort...
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Jason Waldrop 22h
Round 2 for Mara and James! 9.1% Hazy DIPA @ Arvada, Colorado
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Jim Aug 16
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The Brew Bag Aug 12
What's your favorite you've brewed this summer?
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PrairieBrewSupply 20h
Couple of fun sample beers dropped off this morning - watermelon blonde ale was delicious. Suggested name of melon-lishish, what do you think Mason? The other is a rice beer experiment - light, dry and a bit sour?
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🍻Perzell Brewing🍻 16h
RT : Makgeolli is an ancient, traditional, working-class Korean fermented beverage made from rice. It also goes by the name of nong-ju, or "farmer's liquor."
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🍻Perzell Brewing🍻 20h
RT : The Latest from Homebrew Finds for 08/17/2019 -
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Seve Carnera Aug 9
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BilltownBrewingCo Aug 16
3 beer starts at 6am tomorrow. Doing a fresh hopped pale ale, the raspberry wheat (Nordic Princess) and Harvest, our Oktoberfest style lager.
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Rysk Brewing Co. 11h
Feeling like it's time to go live. See you on Mixer in 15!
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🍻Perzell Brewing🍻 Aug 16
RT : The first step is easy. Decide what kind of beer you want to brew.
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Beer Comics Aug 15
The whole concept of 'hiring for attitude, not skill' suddenly seemed really dumb. Who had the wrong attitude anyways?!
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Tanya CR 20h
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