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Now that's just ridiculous for one guy to have to endure.

It's show biz...we work so you can have fun.  The nights and weekends you're partying, we're providing the party.
Now you've got me singing Jackson Browne "Stay Just a Little Bit Longer" for some reason.

I forgive you.  Stagehands HATE that song!  Jackson Browne never had to stick around for the load out!

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Now that's just ridiculous for one guy to have to endure.

It's show biz...we work so you can have fun.  The nights and weekends you're partying, we're providing the party.

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Yeast and Fermentation / Re: White Labs San Diego Superyeast!
« on: May 24, 2012, 11:35:38 AM »
I bought it only because the colorful vial caught my eye!  Plan to brew an IPA with it.

Come on, which one would YOU choose?



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I've got an 18+ hour day on Mem. Day doing a Jack White show.  May brew today, maybe later next week.  I've got an APA grist ground and I'll dig through the hop freezer and try to use up a bunch.
I don't understand it, why would you spend that much time getting a show set up?  Are you building the stage too? Are you setting up all their gear? Loading and unloading all their gear?

Load in for the PA starts at 8 AM.  Band gear comes at 10 AM.  Lighting will run from 8 AM til late afternoon.  Sound check and rehearsal will be from early afternoon til maybe 4-5 PM.  Dinner, then a 3 hour show starting at 8.  Loadout from 11P-2A.  Pretty typical schedule for a big rock show.

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Ingredients / Re: difference between US and German Tettnanger?
« on: May 24, 2012, 08:56:09 AM »
I have heard that US Tetts are derived from Fuggles, which is a very different hop.

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I've got an 18+ hour day on Mem. Day doing a Jack White show.  May brew today, maybe later next week.  I've got an APA grist ground and I'll dig through the hop freezer and try to use up a bunch.

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The Pub / Re: Note keeping app for iPad
« on: May 24, 2012, 08:48:14 AM »
Thanks, drew, I'll check that out.


Thanks from me, too.  Installing it now.

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All Grain Brewing / Why boother with the iodine test?
« on: May 23, 2012, 12:03:18 PM »
I've been doing 60 min. mashes and getting 100% conversion efficiency based on Kai's chart.


Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD

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The Pub / Re: Costello buys a computer from Abbot
« on: May 23, 2012, 09:44:27 AM »
Very good!

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General Homebrew Discussion / Re: Rookie Needs A Lil Help
« on: May 23, 2012, 09:31:09 AM »
The recommendation is to not use wort for starters that's been saved without being pressure canned.  Supposedly there's a risk of botulism.  Based on that, I'd toss the wort.

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The malt itself, without a doubt.  My time...priceless!  ;) 
Then quit work ;D

On my mind every minute of every day!

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I agree, an ounce of really dark malt like black patent or roasted barley can darken a beer quite a bit without adding noticeable flavor.  I would go that route.  Cold steep it overnight and then add the liquid during the boil.

Or just use Sinamar...;)
Sure, if you want.  Although the malt is probably 10x cheaper. :)

The malt itself, without a doubt.  My time...priceless!  ;) 

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I agree, an ounce of really dark malt like black patent or roasted barley can darken a beer quite a bit without adding noticeable flavor.  I would go that route.  Cold steep it overnight and then add the liquid during the boil.

Or just use Sinamar...;)

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Sinamar is a great way to get color without flavor if that's what you're looking for.  Munich extract wouldn't be a bad thing to explore, either.

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