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Thread: Hiram and WhereRwe's Beer Chat Thread

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    I go to the Hop Shop in Gray good selection and very helpful people.
    you can buy 5 gal kegs there for about 25.00
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rydnfree View Post
    first batch eh, congratulations on your homebrew efforts,I've been doing it for about 10 years now and really look forward to brewing (and sampling)I have 4 5 gallon kegs filled and all ready for spring consumption. I brew in the winter and drink them in the spring/summer(they usually don't make it till summer though.
    heh, no, not first batch... "first succesful batch"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rydnfree View Post
    check out this link for beer recipes http://brewery.org/brewery/cm3/CatsMeow3.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rydnfree View Post
    I go to the Hop Shop in Gray good selection and very helpful people.
    you can buy 5 gal kegs there for about 25.00
    The Kennebec Homebrew Supply in Farmingdale is a pretty good place too. It's nice to be able to go to a place where the people know about the art of beermaking. I tried a few of those natural food stores that sell the stuff and they were far from useful...
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    Wink Correct me if I am wrong

    Aaron, Didn't you bring some home brew to Ricks's pig roast last year. As I remember it was quite good and I drank quite a lot of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainiac1957 View Post
    Aaron, Didn't you bring some home brew to Ricks's pig roast last year. As I remember it was quite good and I drank quite a lot of it.
    That wasnt me, I think that was MadMuffin
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    Yep and it was good too if I must say. It was an Alligash type of ale I believe.
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    sounds like like the beginning of an interesting event, Homebrew caching, it could start out at Bootleggers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainiac1957 View Post
    Aaron, Didn't you bring some home brew to Ricks's pig roast last year. As I remember it was quite good and I drank quite a lot of it.

    Beer and pig! Can't wait for warmer weather. Rick? ......
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    I'll second that reccomendation for the Hop Shop. Small store, but with a good selection fo both ingrediants and equipment. Natural food stores often have some things for brewing, but its always a side-line for them, which usually means old stale ingrediants on a shelf under a thick carpet of dust. (Anyone who has tried to purchase ingrediants at a certain store in Orono during the last year will know what I mean)

    I also second the reccomendation for NorthernBrewer.com if your living in an area without a dedicated supply shop. The live yeast cultures which you get with their kits are a huge improvement over the dried yeast packets with the "coffee can kits".

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