You could create an "at-large" position, fill it, and announce the open seat for presidency... Kinda like a minister without portfolio?
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It'll be interesting to see what happens. I suspect that at this your viable cell counts are so low one strain will end up dominating.A yeasty version of russian roullette?
Chiefs are definitely a team to look out for... Rather surprising, given their last couple of years... They do look dangerous this year.Damned if the Broncos didn't get lucky, but a win is a win! 5-0 baby!
Your hop schedule is very similar to my last IIPA, both in timing and amounts. Not too many hops by any means ! You'll have to post how it comes out. BTW tell me about the experimental variety - what does it seem to be comparable to ?"HBC 342 is a high alpha aroma variety selected for its pleasant aroma. It's aroma can be described as mild, pleasant, citrusy, and tropical, with some melon notes as well. Most are using this hop in Pale Ales and IPAs, but it would go well in stouts and browns also. 11-14% AA."
I approve of this hop schedule. I doubt you'll be disappointed. Did you do a hop stand?Yeah, 30 minutes. First time I've done it, too.
i will call this a learning experience. i never stop learning.I never stop learning, either.
No mention of the CO2 that should have been belching up as this was happening.I'd be more worried by blowoff from the other end...
Needs more research if you ask me.