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The Pub / Brewing boom in Eugene!
« on: May 02, 2012, 05:31:50 PM »

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The Pub / Exploding keg kills Redhook Brewery worker
« on: April 24, 2012, 10:53:29 AM »

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The Pub / Bacon maple beer!
« on: April 02, 2012, 01:50:13 PM »

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Events / BJCP reception at NHC
« on: April 02, 2012, 01:17:39 PM »
Anybody got any info on this?  Tickets on sale yet?

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General Homebrew Discussion / Tofu mash
« on: March 26, 2012, 08:35:47 AM »
This is what 2 lb. of firm tofu looks like in a pale ale mash...

In the mash...



After the runoff...


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The Pub / More reasons to love Oregon
« on: March 25, 2012, 10:25:38 AM »
Oregon Brewers Guild Fact Sheet-Rev.03/06/2012


• There are currently 106 brewing companies, operating 136 brewing facilities in 55 cities in Oregon. 1,5

• There are 47 breweries operating in Portland, more than any other city in the world. 1

•The Portland metro area is the largest craft brewing market in the US with the most number of breweries at 61. 1,7

•Want to know where Oregon ranks in breweries per capita? 2010 Per capita breweries 2

• Oregon’s brewing companies employ more than 4900 full and part-time employees. 1

• Oregon’s breweries donated an estimated $1,230,000 in product or money to non-profits in 2010. 1

• Total economic impact from the beer industry on Oregon’s economy is $2.44 billion. 3

• Oregonians consumed 2.711 million barrels of beer in 2011 – numbers for Oregon made beer consumed in Oregon, coming soon for 2011. 1,5

• US craft beer consumption is 4.9 percent by volume. 2

• Oregon’s brewers made 1.08 million barrels of beer in ‘10 or less than 0.5% of the beer made in the US. 1,6

• Oregon is the second largest producer of craft beer in the US. 1

• Oregon is the third largest craft beer market in the US 7

• The Oregon market is the largest market for every craft brewer in Oregon. 1

• It’s estimated that 40% Percent of all draft beer consumed in Oregon is brewed in Oregon. 1

• Oregon has the 4th highest percentage of draft beer consumed in the US. 6

• Oregon is the No. 2 hop growing state in the country with a 2010 crop value of $31,200,000 4

0regon is top 5 in the United States

Number of Breweries
Breweries per capita
Craft Beer Production
Craft Beer Consumption
% of Draft Beer Consumed
Sources: 1. Oregon Brewers Guild 2. Brewers Association. 3. John Dunham and Associates 4. Oregon Hop Commission 5. Oregon Liquor Control Commission 6. Beer Institute 7. SymphonyIRI Group

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Ingredients / Summit rhizomes
« on: March 16, 2012, 12:59:37 PM »
Looks like they're finally available...

http://www.willamettevalleyhops.com/rhizomes/summit-rhizome/

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Commercial Beer Reviews / Alternate Ending release 2/22 in Eugene
« on: February 20, 2012, 11:15:47 AM »
If anyone out there happens to be in Eugene this Wed., 2/22, please drop by the Bier Stein (345 East 11th Avenue) and try the Beer I got to help brew at Beer Camp.  The tapping is at 4 PM and it's a fundraiser for our local food bank, FOOD for Lane County.  If we sell all 3 kegs, we'll provide 5400 meals!

Local homebrewer Denny Conn is turning his camp experience into a benefit for FOOD For Lane County.   One of a select few to attend Sierra Nevada Brewing’s “Beer Camp” last November, Conn was able to participate in the brewing of a 20 barrel batch of beer.  The result is an Americanized version of the German alt bier style.  Camp participants are able to share in the results of their brewing experiences and Conn chose one of his favorite charities to benefit.

“Alternate Ending” will be on tap at The Bier Stein beginning February 22nd until all three of Conn’s kegs are sold. Because of Conn’s and The Bier Stein’s generosity, all proceeds from the special brew will be donated to FFLC. The specialty beer will be $5.00 per pint, which means each pint sold will provide the equivalent of 15 meals! 

During the kick-off event there will also be drawings for Sierra Nevada Brewing merchandise, along with FFLC barrels to collect food donations.

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Ingredients / Be afraid....
« on: February 17, 2012, 10:09:25 AM »
be very afraid....the Wee Shroomy.....



more at http://s794.photobucket.com/albums/yy221/dennyconn/NHC%202012/

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General Homebrew Discussion / Beer apps fpr iPad
« on: February 16, 2012, 09:21:45 AM »
My lovely wife gave me an iPad for my birthday.  I've found lots of timewasters for it, but I'd like some that relate to beer and/or homebrewing.  Anybody have suggestions for me?

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General Homebrew Discussion / A new way of thinking of the BU:GU ratio
« on: January 15, 2012, 11:15:09 AM »
I was recently sent an email from Ryan Shwayder, who has kinda reconceptualized the way he thinks of the BU:GU ratio.  He calls his concept the "Relative Bitterness Ratio".  Basically, the big change it to take the attenuation of the beer into consideration.  His way of thinking is that the higher the attenuation of the beer, the more the blance will veer towards bitterness, so he's come up with a formula to account for that.  I'm hoping. that we can start a discussion about the concept and its applicability.  Part of the email I received from him reads...

"The short version is that I feel like BU:GU (Bitterness Ratio) doesn't consider something that is easily quantifiable; attenuation.  I did a lot of work coming up with a good formula to adjust BU:GU based on your beer's apparent attenuation relative to all other beers (in the BCJP style guidelines), and finally came up with something worth sharing.  You can find all the pertinent information linked here:
http://www.madalchemist.com/archives/relative-bitterness-ratio/"

I've sent him a link to this discussion so he can join in, too.  So, what do you guys think?  I'm gonna withhold some of my own comments until we get a discussion going.

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