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Discussion in 'IH Scouts & Trucks of Oregon' started by M. Mayben, Jan 23, 2008.


  1. M. Mayben

    M. Mayben High Wheeler

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    Yawl need ta check out the doins' of tha Hill Country Binders operation...they be jes' like us!

    http://www.binderplanet.com/forums/showthread.php?t=77278

    Ya think IHSTO don't have INFLUENCE???? And I gotta prize bottle sittin' on tha table rat now.

    Carl and tha IHSTO brewcrew need ta make sure them HCB bubbas got proper license and copyright clearance. I can conjur a leftcoast/southcoast kinda deal here...I'll run tha gudds on my annual swing south.
     
  2. Carl Wiese

    Carl Wiese Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Hey Mike you bring any of that home??? As for the proper license, they asked me if they could use the lable design I had made for our original brewing. I told them I would be honored if they did!! I was just thinking about this last night and wondered if they had ever got around to it. It makes me really happy to see it being brewed again!!
     
  3. John Donnelly

    John Donnelly Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    I am more than willing to host a brewing.

    Nobody asked me if this was possible, or showed any interest in wanting to make it again.

    All you have to do is ask! :)

    -John
     
  4. Lyle Wiese

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    We will talk about another brew fest at the officer's meeting next week.

    Lyle
     
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    Scout Stout could just about push me in to the home brew business.

    like I need a new hobby...
     
  6. Colin Rush

    Colin Rush Man of Voive Staff Member Moderator

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    I have one batch that needs to be bottled there already, and would like to make another. As long as it is not during the Death Valley trip, I am in.
     
  7. Drew Merrick

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    So I am not the only brewer around these parts?

    I have a stout recipe i developed I was going to release to the scouting community called harvester stout. It's nice to see the Scout Stout going strong.

    Harvester Stout (5 gallon batch) All Grain
    Grian Bill:
    • 7 lbs maris otter pale 2 row
    • 3/4 lbs roasted barley 500L
    • 1 lb flaked barley

    single infusion mash 154*F 1 hour
    sparge @ 170*F

    Hopp Schedule:
    • 3/4 oz Spaaz boil 60 minutes

    Yeast:
    Coopers

    OG: 1.049
    IBU: 49-51

    Primary should attenuate in 7 days. Secondary fermentation only needed for super heavy extraction gravity.

    I have a batch of this in the kegs right now and was going to brew some for the binder bee.
     
  8. Drew Merrick

    Drew Merrick Farmall Cub

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    Oh, if you take a stout from the last batch and sour it (let it sit open in a bowl for a couple of days) then introduce it into the secondary or primary fermentation you will get the Irish Stout flair.

    This recipe is nothing fancy. It's just based off the original stout proportions by Guinness (10% Roasted Barley, 10% flaked Barley, 80% 2 row)

    I use coopers for this recipe because I can stock it in my brewing supplies and use it whenever. You could use Rogues "PacMan" yeast when you can find it or the Wyeast northwest ale yeast. It's usually more expensive than I like.

    The next time I brew this I am going to use different hops. The Spaaz is to piney.
     
  9. Colin Rush

    Colin Rush Man of Voive Staff Member Moderator

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    If folks want to do this, you will need bottles. (Mine are not available, as I had to drink a lot of expensive beer to get them.) However, here is a fellow in Portland that has a bunch for the taking:
    http://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/zip/570873419.html

    If anyone wants these for an IHSTO beer party, someone should contact him ASAP. I 'may' be able to get them for someone if you cannot get them before Thursday.
     

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