Hrm, nothing about the recipe should be head killing. When I've made it it always throws a big head.
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The only one I didn't like was the Intro to Experimentation one. And the caveat is I loved the ideas they presented, I hated the WAY they presented it, joking off each other, comedy show, circus side show. Not what I expected from a seminar, but apparently it is those two guys personalities.
The porter recipe can be found on page 156 of “A Treatise on the Art of Brewing: Exhibiting the London Practice of Brewing Porter, Brown Stout, Ale, Table Beer, and Various Other Kinds of Malt Liquors” written in 1820 by Friedrich Christian Accum
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Maybe the solution for the club/business fiasco is to change the name of the BN Club to the 'no JPs allowed club', since I think that's something that everyone can get behind!
Gordon said he was in the Twin Cities for work often, and started going to the club meetings.
Yes, but it's not based on the beer competition (NHC).
I agree with your first sentence and come to the opposite conclusion.
When you're an organization like the AHA running an event like NHC, you can't just ignore inconvenient laws.