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  • Beer brewing and the forbidden fruits.

    Ah you know... looking at about 12# of premium spent barley. Just thinking to myself, 6 months ago I would have made some awesome pretzels with all these grains. Or a nice few loaves of barley sourdough.

    Funny how your point of view changes over such a relatively short period. Consequently, this is turning into my best batch of beer brewed yet, and I can't wait to finish the two final products - beer, and yeast.
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    Me vs. Russian Boar, hunt is on Aug. 20th. WHAT'S MORE PRIMAL THAN THAT?!
    Recently survived Warrior Dash, New England.
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    Prost!
    Free your mind, and your Grok will follow!

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    • #3
      ... and the Hurricane Pale Ale lives!
      My Fitday public journal.
      Me vs. Russian Boar, hunt is on Aug. 20th. WHAT'S MORE PRIMAL THAN THAT?!
      Recently survived Warrior Dash, New England.
      Game Developer, ex-Chef, long time Fatbody.

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      • #4
        I always pitched the spent grain into the compost pile anyway.
        One year I made a pumpkin ale for fall and used the pumpkin to make two pies.
        I had one piece. It was so freakin' hoppy I could hardly finish it.
        My SO ate the other 1 7/8 hopkin pie(s). Hopheads--they're hardcore.
        "Wait! I'll fix it!"
        "Problems always disappear in the presence of a technician."
        "If you can't improvise, what are you doing out in the field?"

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        • #5
          Yep... I just toss the spent grain and yeast in the woods by my house.

          And cheers, Always good to talk to a homebrewer

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