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Old 01-08-2012, 12:37 PM   #151
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I didn't Sam Adams made a scotch ale.
http://www.samueladams.com/enjoy-our...e-9b1dbcdb2876
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Old 01-08-2012, 12:43 PM   #152
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I've been taking to Conestogaman and HAPPYTRAILS volunteered to bring 5 gallons. I'm leaning on getting KRB Red and IPA and let the home brewers bring the heavier beers. Last year Jeff brought some Rye Beer that went over quite well (the first to run out I believe).
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Sounds good to me. I like the KRB ClassV, but am not the least bit opposed to just bringing a couple bottles into camp!

As far as the home brewmeisters.. I'm MORE than happy to sample whatever they bring... and pony up a little cash for their efforts.
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Old 01-08-2012, 12:48 PM   #153
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WARPED VIII - The Gerg Resurrection!!

Great now I have to bring a Zombie gun. Cause as much as I like you you ain't walked on any water of late.

Just saying


This will help me with the making of the name tags. If both names are not included it is a good chance that we will make one up for you and we will not be nice.


Since when are you and Team Doom nice?


























So does this mean you're IN?
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Old 01-08-2012, 01:05 PM   #154
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Old 01-08-2012, 04:59 PM   #155
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WARPED VIII - The Gerg Resurrection!!

Great now I have to bring a Zombie gun. Cause as much as I like you you ain't walked on any water of late.

Just saying


This will help me with the making of the name tags. If both names are not included it is a good chance that we will make one up for you and we will not be nice.


Since when are you and Team Doom nice?



i think it's been 3 years since i seen u at WMRS?? reunion
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Old 01-08-2012, 05:03 PM   #156
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Yeow. How did I miss this one?

In, Like Flint!

paypal sent n stuff.

only missed one of these.

with the winter *so* far (0.18" rain total in the last 40 days?!?!?), maybe Mt Breckenridge will be open this time!

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Old 01-08-2012, 06:15 PM   #157
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Aye, Laddy! I like the Scotch Ale too. Sam Adams is the only commercial I've had recently, though. I can research the style. Shouldn't be too difficult... I think we need more suggestions, though.

What say ye inmates?

I say, if it says beer somewhere on the label, that's my brand. Jeff, your stuff last year was great! You going down on a thursday?
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Old 01-08-2012, 06:23 PM   #158
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Aye, Laddy! I like the Scotch Ale too.
Aren't those rather sweet? I recall a friend in college who was a fan of MacEwans Scotch Ale. My tastes run more towards dry bitter beers, porters, stouts that aren't too kickbutt strong, ambers, pale ales...
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Aren't those rather sweet? I recall a friend in college who was a fan of MacEwans Scotch Ale. My tastes run more towards dry bitter beers, porters, stouts that aren't too kickbutt strong, ambers, pale ales...
They're not sweet, they have a different flavor. Sort of like if you poured a shot of scotch into a good beer. Usually their alcohol content is pretty high too. They're more of a sipping beer than a chugging beer.
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They're not sweet, they have a different flavor. Sort of like if you poured a shot of scotch into a good beer. Usually their alcohol content is pretty high too. They're more of a sipping beer than a chugging beer.
Lagunitas Brewery in Petaluma makes a bunch of 'strong ales' that would fit that profile.

if I want a slow sipping beer, I reach for a Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout.
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Old 01-08-2012, 07:18 PM   #161
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They're not sweet, they have a different flavor. Sort of like if you poured a shot of scotch into a good beer. Usually their alcohol content is pretty high too. They're more of a sipping beer than a chugging beer.
I think the alcohol range is 5.5-6.8% The key seems to be a peat smoked malt. If the sugar doesn't convert to alcohol, it tastes sweet, otherwise it should be malty. I figure I need to brew in 2-3 weeks to have the brew fermented, kegged, carbonated, and ready for Warped. Sorry, no Hard Lemonade this year. I could make some, But I don't have many lemons this year.
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Old 01-08-2012, 07:23 PM   #162
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Aye, Laddy! I like the Scotch Ale too. Sam Adams is the only commercial I've had recently, though. I can research the style. Shouldn't be too difficult... I think we need more suggestions, though.

What say ye inmates?
NO! No, let's stop right there. I've got a Scotch Ale recipe that I brewed for a 5= 15 contest that Placed.

I'll send it along if you like, Jeff
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And I still don't remember a thing, almost three years later.Ill never be able to repay Danny and everyone else for taking care of me that day.

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i think it's been 3 years since i seen u at WMRS?? reunion
Sounds about right I had my little impromptu vacation and works been getting in the way. The weekend change has helped immensely

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Old 01-08-2012, 08:00 PM   #164
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I'd love a copy of the recipe Mayor. Gerg and I are working out details, so standby on final selections. Voting is good but I see a Scotch ale theme evolving here...
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Old 01-08-2012, 08:14 PM   #165
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I think the alcohol range is 5.5-6.8% ...
was reading wikipedia and some other entries on scotch ale. the stuff we got here was apparently MUCH stronger than what the scots brewed for internal consumption. Most of the McEwan home ales were 3-4%, only one strong Champion Ale was anywhere near strong (sometimes called a "Wee Heavy"). that got packaged as McEwan's Scotch Ale for export at an even stronger 8%.
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