Love to grill asparagus. Its a month away here.
+1 Grilled fresh asparagus is how I got my wife to like to like asparagus. It is also the best.
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So this is a "special" lid with a lid for the Weber that holds the stone? Interesting though pricy.Very nice! A coworker is giving me his nice komodo kamado ceramic grill, and I can't wait to grill pizzas in it.
+ 10 That is one serious score. If you haven't already you should price them online...
It snowed here today.
Frank, if the rhizomes do not work out as well as you had planned, you will do better by ordering whole crowns or field-grade plants from Great Lakes Hops for a fall planting than waiting until next spring to plant rootstock. I never experienced an appreciable first-year yield until I planted crowns and field-grade plants in the fall. I was skeptical at first because my current hop yard was not my first rodeo, but I can confirm that the photographic results on Lynn Kemme's website are real.
I am curious if there is a white labs or wyeast equivalent to T-58. This yeast worked very well for me in a wit but not so well in a saison. It's so hard to find a good description on this yeast and I don't know what styles it is best suited for. It seems like a just a basic belgian yeast...
Haven't heard a direct equivalent, but if it's good in a wit, not so much so in a saison, then WY3944 (Witbier) would be a good start.
That's kind of what I was thinking. I am wondering what other styles it might work for. Any ideas? My use and knowledge of belgian strains is quite limited...
According to wyeast, I could get away with using 3944 for a tripel which I have been wanting to do. Maybe I could try that...
3787 is the king of tripel yeasts, though.
Recommendation Yeast for this style? I was looking for Wyeast Belgian Schelde or White Labs Antwerp ale, but can't find them. ---
I like a little victory in my IPA - key is a "little" I don't think you want that and special roast.
Also, east coast or not, you need more flame out hops.
Hmm not sure I'd ruin an actual pretzel.
I'm having their Honey-Bourbon cask wheat now. First impression is reminiscent of urinal cake.