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Old 11-11-2005, 11:01   #1 (permalink)
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another brewlink

http://www.beerathome.com/

Make your own. Any kind. Beer, Mead, Wine, Liqueur! Ohhhhh Yeah!

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Old 11-11-2005, 12:01   #2 (permalink)
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66 6F HCS wrote:
> http://www.beerathome.com/
>
> Make your own. Any kind. Beer, Mead, Wine, Liqueur! Ohhhhh Yeah!
>


Cool. I will add it. We are do-it-yourselfers, so I'm sure we can be
brew-it-yourselfers (ba dum-dum).

Anyone ever had Mead? I have wondered what it's like, how it's served,
etc.

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Old 11-11-2005, 14:01   #3 (permalink)
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"Wound Up" <jello72@iwon.com> wrote in message
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> 66 6F HCS wrote:
>> http://www.beerathome.com/
>>
>> Make your own. Any kind. Beer, Mead, Wine, Liqueur! Ohhhhh Yeah!
>>

>
> Cool. I will add it. We are do-it-yourselfers, so I'm sure we can be
> brew-it-yourselfers (ba dum-dum).
>
> Anyone ever had Mead? I have wondered what it's like, how it's served,
> etc.


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Never Mead, but I may take a crack at Ginger Beer!

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Old 11-11-2005, 22:01   #4 (permalink)
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"Wound Up" <jello72@iwon.com> wrote
> Anyone ever had Mead? I have wondered what it's like, how it's served,
> etc.


Yeah. It tastes kinda like white wine, kinda. Also known as honey-wine, It
comes in different "dryness" also. From sweet to really dry (almost like
Cabernet). It's also commonly mixed with fruit wines. The one thing I like
is it doesn't have the tannins that grape wine has, so I don't get a
headache after drinking it.

I like it. In some of the sweeter versions you can very definitely taste the
honey. Good stuff. depending on how sweet or dry it is, you can drink it
room temp or cold, and you can drink it by itself or with pretty much any
kind of meal. Pretty much anywhere you could drink a white wine, this would
work, and I prefer it to the grape stuff.

The word "honeymoon" comes from an old tradition of giving a newlywed couple
a months supply of mead (to ensure the union will produce offspring, heh
heh).

Check out the links.

http://www.meadmadecomplicated.org/
http://www.gotmead.com/
http://www.rocky-mountain-meadery.com/winelist.htm

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Old 11-17-2005, 17:01   #5 (permalink)
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Me and my buddies brew. We built a Hermit brewery system and have had
100 percent drinkable beer from day one. We're called the Royal Order
of the Cork and we've got the worlds smallest microbrewery.

This past summer our Scottish Amber Ale took third place at
Cincinnatti's Beer and Sweat competition. That batch was our third
brew. We've since done a bunch of ales of all types and we've got two
lagers going now too. The R.O.C. is located in Cincinnatti and they
brew a couple times a month (we do 1/2 barrel brews). I brew a few
times a year with them.

We get most of our supplies through Listermans in Cincinnatti:

http://www.listermann.com

Here are some other helpful home brew websites. Enjoy!

http://sdcollins.home.mindspring.com/


http://www.progressivegrocer.com/pro...beer/index.jsp

http://www.ebrew.com/index.htm

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Old 11-17-2005, 18:01   #6 (permalink)
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keller428@hotmail.com wrote:
> Me and my buddies brew. We built a Hermit brewery system and have had
> 100 percent drinkable beer from day one. We're called the Royal Order
> of the Cork and we've got the worlds smallest microbrewery.
>


How official! You're making my mouth water. Good thing I am indulging
in some non-piss Newcastles tonight. Hey, it's Thursday of a long week.

> This past summer our Scottish Amber Ale took third place at
> Cincinnatti's Beer and Sweat competition. That batch was our third
> brew. We've since done a bunch of ales of all types and we've got two
> lagers going now too. The R.O.C. is located in Cincinnatti and they
> brew a couple times a month (we do 1/2 barrel brews). I brew a few
> times a year with them.
>


Cool! I am going to have to look into all this. Quantity consumed
makes the question of ROI valid.

> We get most of our supplies through Listermans in Cincinnatti:
>
> http://www.listermann.com
>
> Here are some other helpful home brew websites. Enjoy!
>
> http://sdcollins.home.mindspring.com/
>
>
> http://www.progressivegrocer.com/pro...beer/index.jsp
>
> http://www.ebrew.com/index.htm
>
> -Mike.


Thank you sir! I will add them to the brew section.

And some day, the BB site will evolve past HTML For Beginners, I promise.

>
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Old 11-17-2005, 18:01   #7 (permalink)
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> This past summer our Scottish Amber Ale took third place at
> Cincinnatti's Beer and Sweat competition. That batch was our third
> brew.


I forgot to say how truly impressed I was at this. I know these things
are competitive. Cincy? Ain't that a LONG way from Rochester?

We've since done a bunch of ales of all types and we've got two
> lagers going now too. The R.O.C. is located in Cincinnatti


Ah

and they
> brew a couple times a month (we do 1/2 barrel brews). I brew a few
> times a year with them.
>
> We get most of our supplies through Listermans in Cincinnatti:
>
> http://www.listermann.com
>
> Here are some other helpful home brew websites. Enjoy!
>
> http://sdcollins.home.mindspring.com/
>
>
> http://www.progressivegrocer.com/pro...beer/index.jsp
>
> http://www.ebrew.com/index.htm
>
> -Mike.
>
> Thundersnake #5
>


ADDED. Sub-section created.

CHECK IT OUT EVERYONE!!! Use Ctrl+F to Find topics! There are no
frames yet. I am still in the elementary-school HTML stages with this
one. I can make it better, but for God's sake, I need more time, man.
And it works, right?

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Old 11-17-2005, 21:01   #8 (permalink)
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> This past summer our Scottish Amber Ale took third place at
> Cincinnatti's Beer and Sweat competition. That batch was our third
> brew.
>
>
>I forgot to say how truly impressed I was at this. I know these things
>are competitive. Cincy? Ain't that a LONG way from Rochester?


Yeah you could call it competative...... there were 79 winners and
honorable mentions with something like 300+ beers presented for judging
this year. Even more impressive is that this is a keg-only competition.
The judges had a alot of nice things to say about our beer which was
really cool. The judges weren't just all other home brew guys either,
these were real brewmasters from all over - some of which work(ed) for
Anheuser-Busch, Carlsberg, Coors, etc. The Scottish Ales were Flight 6
of the competition. Bob Stephenson is our brewmaster.
http://hbd.org/bloat/home.html shows the event results and even more
cool web sites/links.

Its almost 500 miles one way from where I am to where they are. So
far I've been to Cinci four times this year and I'll be back there for
New Years. I've been known to drive there just to hang out and watch
Bills games with them then turn around and head home. I typically make
the trip 2 times a year but since we've been brewing I've stepped it up
a little.

-Mike.

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Old 11-23-2005, 07:01   #9 (permalink)
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great hobby... there is a rec winemaking group thats a good
help.

http://www.minibite.com/america/malone.htm

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