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Topic: Homebrewing (9 msgs / 136 lines)
1) From: Alexandre Enkerli
Ben Treichel :
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I assume Ben means beer brewing. Speaking of which, are there 
homebrewers here?
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2) From: Ben Treichel
I did years ago.
Alexandre Enkerli wrote:
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3) From: AlChemist John
Sometime around 01:34 PM 1/25/2003, Alexandre Enkerli typed:
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One right here, enjoying a 3 yr old smoked elderberry imperial honey stout 
(alas, only one bottle left) as I type.
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4) From: Alexandre Enkerli
The reason I asked is that I figure there might be a lot of 
similarities between the two activities, controlling several variables 
to create the perfect beverage which you can enjoy with friends. And, 
at least in North America, the two beverages have a similarly dual 
nature as both a "practical" day-to-day drink and the object of 
connoisseurship.
Among the obvious things to try is to brew a coffee beer. There are 
several recipes for this but what do people here think of it?
Otherwise, what about using coffee homeroasting techniques with malt? 
Anybody tried it? The temperature range is probably widely different, 
but it's worth a try, isn't it?
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5) From: Dana Kaempen
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One more homebrewer over here.  No less than 10 different types slowly 
aging in my crawlspace.  About time to brew another couple of batches.  :-]
Dana
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6) From: Mark
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I've been brewing for nearly 10 years. Been roasting coffee for about 7 or
8. I think both hobbies appeal to the same types of people, so I'd be
surprised if there aren't several other homebrewers on the list.
Mark
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7) From: Oaxaca Charlie
 A homebrewing friend uses my brick oven to roast his sprouted
barly in. Much lower temp than coffee roasting. We tried my
drum/basket, but just flat trays were easier on the malt. Too
many pieces fell through the mesh on my roaster. A mug of home
brew is standard roasting fuel for me, and the only liquids I
ever consume, practicly, are homeroasted coffee and well made
homebrew. Haven't had so much as a cold in 15 years...
Charlie
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8) From: John Roberts

Hello,

I got both a homebrewing kit and a FR+ with sampler pack just this past Christmas, so I've jumped into both hobbies at once.  I've always loved good coffee and "craft" beers but it's good to finally be "hands on".  I just bottled a porter and have an ESB in the primary fermenter, both are partial mash.

Prosit!

JR


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9) From: Dana Kaempen
Alexandre wrote:
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I've done it - it's quite tasty.  In fact, I made one this summer called 
"Royal Imperial Stout" that was brewed with a cup of coarsely crushed 
homeroast.  Fortunately for me, the end of the minimum recommended "rest" 
for this brew is, well, now!  :-}
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