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t_catt11
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Brewing my own beer...

I have picked up a new hobby - I am brewing my own beer. If you are interested in that sort of thing, feel free to follow my blog as I post about it: Homebrew Dad.


Posted on 2012-01-31 at 04:07:38.

TannTalas
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Interesting idea

So do you do shipping and have you done a taste test yet? Or do you need to wait the three weeks??


Posted on 2012-01-31 at 04:23:12.
Edited on 2012-01-31 at 04:23:55 by TannTalas

t_catt11
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heh

lol @ shipping.

I have tasted the beer, but that was pre-bottling; it's still flat and has some serious alcohol warmth to it. I'm anxious to see how it does once it's fully carbed (and once it has a chance to mellow a bit).



Posted on 2012-01-31 at 04:39:14.

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Nice hobby

My wife and I make our own wines at home. The process is much the same for beer or wine.

It is a great hobby; you produce cheap alcohol and fine yourself drinking more which is always a good thing.


Posted on 2012-01-31 at 22:39:09.

Riaucard
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lol

we make everything from bread to wine from scratch at my house.


Posted on 2012-01-31 at 22:47:45.

Odyson
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A fun Label......

I'd say labeling it "Good Old Froth-n-Slosh" would be niffy, but you better know I sort of barrowed the name.

Olde Frothingslosh returns

Pittsburgh Brewing celebrates 50th anniversary of 'pale, stale ale'
Jan 7, 2005 - Pittsburgh Brewing Co. plans to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Olde Frothingslosh - the "pale, stale ale with foam on the bottom - with a limited edition can commemorating the beer that began as a joke.

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In 1954, Pittsburgh disc jockey Rege Cordic created a series of zany commercials for the fictitious beer, Old Frothingslosh, The Pale Ale for the Pale State Male. Pittsburgh Brewing Co. celebrated the gag by putting Old Frothingslosh labels on 500 cases of Iron city Beer bottles for friends of the company for Christmas.

The next year Old Frothingslosh had new labels for Christmas and was sold to the public for the first time. The Christmas issue became a popular tradition and over time distribution ranged well beyond Pittsburgh. The beer was advertised as "so light, the foam's on the bottom" and as "brewed from hippity-hops on the banks for the Upper Crudney in Lower Slobbovia." It debuted in cans in 1968 with the introduction of Fatima Yechburg, a 300-pound go-go dancer who became Miss Frothingslosh, and was sold for decades.

The commemorative gold can features the original "founder, Sir Reginald P. Frothingslosh," with his bow tie, pencil mustache, eye monocle and high-hat, and a circa 1960s picture of Cordic, who died in 1999.

Of course it could be "DragonChat Ale" or "Bitterleaf".


Posted on 2012-02-01 at 00:11:34.
Edited on 2012-02-01 at 02:02:02 by Odyson

t_catt11
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more beer

I brewed up my third batch this past Saturday night... kept me up until 4:00 AM. If you care to read it, a full narrative (along with pictures) are posted at my homebrewdad.com blog.


Posted on 2012-03-29 at 14:11:00.

Eol Fefalas
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Yep yep...

...read this one yesterday... I don't do the homebrew thing, myself... although I have given some thought, recently, to distilling my own rum... but always enjoy reading this blog. I've even learned a thing or two along the way...

Now...

Samples! Samples! Samples!


Posted on 2012-03-29 at 14:17:30.

TannTalas
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What Eol said

Too bad you can't send out samples would love to try it.


Posted on 2012-03-29 at 14:39:32.

Eol Fefalas
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Psh!

I'm gonna go get my own! I gotta have one of those bottles!


Posted on 2012-03-29 at 14:41:39.

t_catt11
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calories in beer

If you ever wanted to know how many calories were in your beer, I put together a little calculator that tells you just that.

Beer Calorie Calculator


Posted on 2012-04-06 at 17:58:18.

Kriea
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I don't drink...

But I will admit to reading this just because it's interesting. XD I did get one of my friends interested in trying it though.


Posted on 2012-04-06 at 19:06:29.

t_catt11
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beer swap

I had a guy who had read my blog contact me to do a beer swap. He's more experienced than me, so he traded me an entire six pack (no duplicates, all different varities) of his brew for one bottle of mine.

Of course, the point is to give each other honest feedback... but yay me for free beer!


Posted on 2012-04-17 at 18:56:13.

Grugg
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asdf

I have got to get in on this scam.


Posted on 2012-04-17 at 19:03:08.

TannTalas
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I need to move closer

(In a Homer Simpson voice)Free beerrrrrr......Hmmmm


Posted on 2012-04-17 at 19:09:44.

   
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