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Homebrew Competitions / 2012 GNARLY BARLEY OF COLORADO
« on: July 03, 2012, 01:01:18 PM »
GNARLY BARLEY HOMEBREW COMPETITION
BJCP/AHA SANCTIONED EVENT                              JULY 29, 2012
HIGH HOPS BREWERY & HOP FARM
6462 HWY 392, WINDSOR CO 80550

DETAILS & ONLINE REGISTRATION
 http://gnarlybarley.brewcompetition.com/
2013 GABF PRO/AM OPPORTUNITIES WITH
GRIMM BROTHERS BREWERY OF LOVELAND  &
CITY STAR BREWERY OF BERTHOUD

Winners announced on Saturday, Aug 4, 2012
Larimer County Fairgrounds
http://gnarlybarleybrewfest.com/

ALL JUDGES, STEWARDS/VOLUNTEERS RECEIVE A COMPLIMENTARY PASS TO THE BREWFEST

CONTACT: Marco Olivo  970.619.4054
marciano_olivo@msn.com

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General Homebrew Discussion / CALL FOR ENTRIES, JUDGES & STEWARDS
« on: June 06, 2012, 06:33:40 AM »
CALL FOR ENTRIES/CALL FOR JUDGES & STEWARDS

4TH ANNUAL GNARLY BARLEY HOMEBREW COMPETITION (AHA/BJCP SANCTIONED EVENT)

 website found at :   http://gnarlybarleybrewfest.com/

Online Registration is currently underway thru July 13, 2012
Judging Sunday, July 29th, 2012 @ High Hops Brewery & Hops Farm, 6462 Hwy 392, Windsor CO 80550
Winners Announced Saturday, August 4, 2012 @ Gnarly Barley Brewfest, Loveland CO 80538

ALL PARTICIPATING JUDGES & STEWARDS RECEIVE COMPLIMENTARY PASS TO GNARLY BARLEY BREWFEST at Larimer County Fairgrounds on August 4th, 2012

CONTACT : Marco Olivo  970.619.4054
marciano_olivo@msn.com


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All Grain Brewing / direct fire mash tun
« on: June 10, 2011, 06:04:37 PM »
Has anyone had success doing step mashes using a direct fire mash tun WITHOUT using a pump for recirculation.  I understand the danger of scorching, but I was wondering if there is a low tech method (stirring, manual recirculation etc...) that may be used to do direct fire step mashing.  I just built a keggle with a false bottom, but I don't want to do a HERMS/RIMS system, so I'm thinking about options....Thanks !

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Yeast and Fermentation / PURE O2 vs. NATURAL AIR AERATION
« on: January 21, 2010, 09:53:01 AM »
Does using pure O2 offer any significant advantages over aerating with plain air ?  The only advantage I can see is that pure O2 only takes seconds to oxygenate the wort whereas natural air takes minutes.  Is that the only difference ?
Thanks,
Marco

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