Author Topic: Greetings from Seattle  (Read 2220 times)

Offline Beery

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Greetings from Seattle
« on: May 08, 2018, 07:57:16 AM »
Been brewing extract and some partial on and off for years. Last year in expectation of moving to Hawaii I sold all my equipment. My equipment was the typical collection of gear that started with a two bucket beginner kit with miscellaneous additions over the years. Well, the Hawaii move didn't happen and I took advantage of starting over to build my system knowing what I wanted for the most part, and moving to all grain. Bought a turkey fryer and added a valve and thermometer. Mash tun out of a 30 qt cooler with a bazooka and valve. FastFerment conical. Just created my first batch Sunday, Juicy Bits NEIPA and I must say I found mashing to be less work than messing with mixing dry extract into a pot of boiling water. My fear of all grain is gone! :D
In the bottle: Juicy Werks NEIPA clone.
In the fermenter:  Weissbier

Offline Rodent

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Re: Greetings from Seattle
« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2018, 11:01:33 PM »
 Hey there Beery - welcome from Bothell/Mill Creek!

 Sorry to hear that Hawai'i didn't happen, but great that you're here local and enjoying all the great brews our area has to offer.

 All the best,

 R
homemade beer and basses - how sweet it is!

Offline Beery

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Re: Greetings from Seattle
« Reply #2 on: May 09, 2018, 08:11:46 PM »
Hey Rodent, hoppy to be here too! Thanks
In the bottle: Juicy Werks NEIPA clone.
In the fermenter:  Weissbier