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Water Profiles and Mash pH
« Reply #15 on: March 20, 2015, 06:21:43 pm »
Nah, I missed that. Hit Dixie Cup 2014 and was hoping for a bit on it... Got Tonsmierre. A bit more fun :)

Just realized you're the guy Neil and I poked fun during the NHC sorting. Sorry about that! Neil is a great guy!
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Re: Water Profiles and Mash pH
« Reply #16 on: March 20, 2015, 06:23:26 pm »
Martin, I cannot imagine you and AJ writing together... One of you likes to debate too much methinks!
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Re: Water Profiles and Mash pH
« Reply #17 on: March 20, 2015, 06:36:29 pm »
Nah, I missed that. Hit Dixie Cup 2014 and was hoping for a bit on it... Got Tonsmierre. A bit more fun :)
Michael's a great guy.  I was really glad to see Peter there too.  He was hurting pretty bad though from that case of the kneesles.
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Just realized you're the guy Neil and I poked fun during the NHC sorting. Sorry about that! Neil is a great guy!
Yeah, Neil and I judged together at Dixie Cup a couple years ago and hit it off pretty well.  He had some of both of those scotch ale variants at last year's NHC.  All that being said, my original point was that if you thought the book was dry, you really missed out on his presentation.  John got a little ambitious with the number of slides and I was starting to wonder if there was going to be a mutiny (because Barleywine).

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Re: Water Profiles and Mash pH
« Reply #18 on: March 20, 2015, 06:48:09 pm »
Someone really should warn presenters about the Barleywine Breakfast. Or at least they should have a thick greasy breakfast to go with!
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Re: Water Profiles and Mash pH
« Reply #19 on: March 20, 2015, 06:56:08 pm »
Someone really should warn presenters about the Barleywine Breakfast. Or at least they should have a thick greasy breakfast to go with!
I'm pretty sure I saw both Michael and Peter at it last year, so they were well-informed.  Peter's an old Dixie Cup pro, though.  I met him back in the mid-90s there.  Palmer was not phased by it, but Randy Mosher was not pleased.