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Equipment and Software / Equipment you own but have never used
« on: August 14, 2010, 06:45:18 PM »
Maybe you won something in a homebrew comp, maybe you got it from a retiring homebrewer, maybe it seemed great or was on sale

and now it sits unused

What is it?
(and maybe people can chime in to tell you that you need to try it out, or it's worthless)

For me - it's a filter, bought it because it was the deal of the day and I figured if I have a beer that won't clear I can use  .. 2 years and it's still in the box unopened

Homebrew Competitions / 2010 Longshot finalists
« on: August 03, 2010, 01:54:41 PM »
Alixandra Peters   Brewed with Egyptian Chamomile, Hawaiian Honey and Heather tips

Michael Eads   Wheat beer brewed with honey and wolfberries

Mark Joy  Witbier brewed with roasted chili peppers, agave nectar, Indian coriander, fresh orange zest

Jeff Fuller  Imperial Black IPA

Brian Swisher Baltic Porter brewed with Ancho Chiles

Richard Roper Imperial IPA

Thomas Malowski   Vienna Lager with pink peppercorn

Joe Giovenco  Imperial Rye IPA

Rodney Kibzey  Black American IPA

Homebrew Competitions / Sam Adams Longshot - not just category 23!
« on: April 09, 2010, 02:07:54 PM »
If anyone saw the Longshot announcement and decided not to enter because you didn't have a category 23 beer available - check the fine print in the rules and regulations

They are accepting categories 20,21,22 and 23 in category 23

Get those smoked, wood aged, SHV and fruit beers in.

What if I brew a fruit, herb/vegetable or smoked beer? (Category 20, 21 & 22)
These types of beers will definitely be accepted as a Category 23 homebrew. Just remember to be creative when you choose your ingredients or the processes you use!

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