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Gunner
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Name: Justin

Newbie

Post by Gunner » Mon Jul 09, 2018 4:34 pm

The new members thread is locked - just gonna post here


Justin,
Leduc, Alberta

Where did you learn to brew?
Did I ever really learn?

How did you start brewing?
Work slowed down a bit (oil and gas industry) and I got bored

How long have you been brewing?
Couple months

Where else/with whom else have you brewed?
Was just recently in Barrie, ON and brewed an all grain batch with my buddy James

What’s your favourite style to brew?
Westcoast IPA

What’s your favourite beer to drink (other than your own)?
Devils Elbow (Howe Sound Brewing)

Three words that describe your brewing style:
Last-minute, Haphazard, Unorganized

If you were going to collaborate with another brewer, who would it be and why?
Just my buddy James for now... I started before him (technically) but he dove in with both feet.

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Lisa J
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Re: Newbie

Post by Lisa J » Tue Jul 10, 2018 12:55 am

:welcome:
On Tap at The Frisky Lemur Pub: Razzberliner; Frisky Lemur IPA; Oatmeal Stout; Kölsch (Garrison comp)
Fermenting/Conditioning/Bottled: NEIPA; La Belle Saison (Good Robot Femmebot Comp); Frisky Lemur IPA; Frisky Lemur IPA with Vermont Ale Yeast; Little Black Pupper black IPA (Black Box Challenge)
On Deck: Altbier; NEIPA

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Re: Newbie

Post by jacinthebox » Thu Jul 12, 2018 1:13 pm

welcome
Brathair Brewing



Brew Hard...Stay Humble

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Re: Newbie

Post by LiverDance » Mon Jul 16, 2018 8:32 am

:welcome:
"Twenty years ago — a time, by the way, that hops such as Simcoe and Citra were already being developed, but weren’t about to find immediate popularity — there wasn’t a brewer on earth who would have gone to the annual Hop Growers of American convention and said, “I’m going to have a beer that we make 4,000 barrels of, one time a year. It flies off the shelf at damn near $20 a six-pack, and you know what it smells like? It smells like your cat ate your weed and then pissed in the Christmas tree.” - Bell’s Brewery Director of Operations John Mallet on the scent of their popular Hopslam.

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