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Old 09-11-2007, 12:22 PM   #1
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Lunch and Dinner

Threw a couple dogs on the fire for lunch and a rack of ribs for me for dinner tonight. Kids have scouts and bowling and the oldest is working soooooooo I cook for myself tonight!
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Old 09-11-2007, 12:44 PM   #2
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Good start and the pop with the foam on top tonight will be...
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I get more sauced then my Ribs

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Swine so fine it's Criminal

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Old 09-11-2007, 12:51 PM   #3
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Homebrew. I made a clone of Bass Ale. NNNNNNNNNIIIIIIIIIIICCCCCCCCCCE!
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Keep it up...I might have to find my homebrew kit this winter
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Old 09-11-2007, 01:38 PM   #5
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Dogs done! Lil mayo and hot sauce. Annnnnnnnnnnnd weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! :P
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Bass Ale clone, Nice! I made a cranberry ale last fall. A bit bitter for my taste but it is gone all the same..
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Old 09-11-2007, 02:11 PM   #7
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Bass Ale clone, Nice! I made a cranberry ale last fall. A bit bitter for my taste but it is gone all the same..
I do the crnberry beer for the Holidays too. If you need some good recipes try Cats Meow 3 or hollar and I will give you some of mine. The Bass is Smoooth. :P
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I most certainly will. Hopefully in the next couple months with cooler weather I will be making a high octane amber ale. My last attempt came out to sweet, or possibly under hopped, for my liking.

Feel free to lay any of your favorite recipes on me. I would enjoy giving them a shot. I brew in 5 gallon increments in a glass carboy. Hopefully you do the same. I used get recipes from my brother but he brews 23 gallons at a time and the recipes never really translated.
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If you go to the "Deep Fryer" section you can see my setup under "how I use my Fryer" or something like that.....hey it is MY Saturday
It is basicly an EZ-Masher that I made and open fermenting in a stainless pot with a spigot. I have breewd this way for about 10 years. I think I have a couple recipies there.
My Bass Ale
6lbs pale 2 row British malt
1lb crystal malt
1lb dark brown sugar
1.5 oz Fuggles hops
1 oz Northern brewer hopsd
1 pkg wyeast british ale yeast
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Grains steeped in 155* water for 30 mins. I raise the water temp to 175* for another 10 mins.
I boil 4 gallons of sparage water and stain the grains slowly. adding the brown sugar. Boil the wort. Add 1 oz of Northern brewer at the start. Agfter 30 mins I add 1oz of Fuggles and at the end of an hour I add the 1/2 oz of Fuggles ---Cool ---Pitch yeast. Ferment.......Bottle enjoy!

I am enjoying right about now
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Sweet! I will give it a shot. I attempted brewing with grains last year, maybe this year I will have better luck since I have a better thermomter.

Enjoy that brew, it looks fine.
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