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Messages - dbeechum

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I'm just here to sneer.

I'm just here to wish I had a glass of my oat malt mild

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I think you were pretty clear about that Denny.

Yeah, he was. :)

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The Pub / Re: Lagunitas Hiring Software Developers?!?!?
« on: May 20, 2016, 10:28:19 PM »
The description reads to me like a web services role - little business API work, little processing of data via Python and a possible bridge to mobile device work.

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Commercial Beer Reviews / Re: Sam Adams - Heaven or Helles
« on: May 04, 2016, 11:47:34 PM »
Sounds like it's missing it.

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General Homebrew Discussion / Brew Dog Recipes
« on: May 04, 2016, 10:56:55 PM »
Not that Brew Dog, your brew dog!

I know many of us are dog fans and I know many of you have made a beer named for / inspired by / helped brewed by a pup.

We're closing up our first charity drive of the year on the Experimental Brewing podcast and I figured I'd do a Brew Dog's recipe collection much lke we did for Session Beer Day.

Got one and a photo of your fuzz bucket that you're willing to share?

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I'm not sure Denny, but with that setting, a cooler of beer, and a brewing podcast playing on the stereo. ?. I'm certain it was a "best seller" idea

It's a hell of a sales card for the homebrew lifestyle!

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You could very easily say the same about most creative efforts. It takes a certain something special - an "it" so to speak - to bust through the "usual". Most of the time that comes down to the creator/host.

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I see you brought two mash tuns with you.

Appropriate color even!

I feel sorry for the neighbors.

As do I!

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Given the zeal to prove these guys wrong, the best tasting panel would include people who aren't aware of the background and aren't biased against the GBF crew.

I suspect that will be my role. I'm skeptical, but it's just a process.

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Amanda, that's a giant pile of crap to deal with and it sucks.

If you listen to the podcast at all, you know my our feelings on these sorts of issues, so I'll leave it at that.

True would have spoken for you but didn't want to shut down your voice

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Why did you not turn around and ask the secretary to make coffee?

Because there's a whole giant raft of socialization that would put her in a bad position if she did. Men who would ask would be galled at the temerity she was showing and possibly label her with epithet attached to "difficult women". Aka sometimes it's just easier to take a big ole bite of a crap sandwich if the time/place isn't right.

Amanda, that's a giant pile of crap to deal with and it sucks.

If you listen to the podcast at all, you know my feelings on these sorts of issues, so I'll leave it at that.

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All Things Food / Re: Sous-Vide Circulator Recommendations
« on: April 28, 2016, 01:04:24 PM »
I got an anova circulator last year when they were doing their great sell off of the previous model and I love the damn thing. It's much better and more reliable than anything I could cobble together on my own.

What in particular are you looking for? I can say right now - get one and grab both the chef steps and anova apps for the phones because they give you a ton of guidance.

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Pushing content on a schedule is a beast that is always hungry. Not everything is going to be a base clearing hit in the bottom of the ninth and yeah I don't think Annie thinks of herself as that precious. I have no doubt that Marshall will engage Annie with more beery topics.

The topic itself is naturally eye roll inducing, cringey, sexist and stunty at best (says the guy making clam chowdah beer). Worse, it's not even a new concept. Everyone seems to have forgotten about OPB from a few years back. Yes that was an art project instead of a commercial product, but still can anyone see this lasting longer than the outage news cycle. It'll be precisely like the old fashioned Nudey beer - a cheap bachelor party twitter inducing thing.


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We had some problems with the feed into itunes over the last few weeks. Try resubscribing

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Homebrew Competitions / Re: Remaining NHC sites
« on: April 08, 2016, 04:39:35 PM »
We used to do it years ago with San Diego shipping entries up to LA for judging, but San Diego has enough judges to do all that on their own now while we're busy tackling our own big comps.

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