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New Arrivals

Yesterday I received three rhizomes in the mail from DIY Brewing. There are only two in the picture because my excitement got the best of me. 60 more words

Growing

All-Grain Update

Ok, a much needed update (life happens), as we have now brewed and bottled our first two all-grain batches.

First, a note about the equipment.  While we’ll eventually get another rubbermaid cooler as a hot liquor tank, we have been using our bottling bucket to fill that much needed gap and it has worked out pretty well.   241 more words

AS I WANDERED #91 PORT TOWNSEND

Bogdan asked if I had ever been to the west coast of the United States.
 
I told him no; but I am sure Gunther had been there – - – maybe even grew up there. 213 more words

AS I WANDERED

I Was Caught in the Lure of the Fisherman's Net

I know how it feels to be a fish on a line. On Sat, the Portland Farmers Market fish monger caught me.  I was swimming along on the PSU campus, basking in the delight of the fragrance and flower of the market, when a splendid fillet of Chinook salmon baited me.  185 more words

Seafood

Fred Stuenkel knew their Chinook chopper was in trouble with a dozen bullet holes punched in it

Fred Stuenkel graduated from Charlotte High School in Punta Gorda, Fla. in 1965. He continued his education at Manatee Junior College in Bradenton, a few miles north up Florida’s west coast, until his funds ran out. 1,499 more words

U. S. Army

Chinook SMaSH

First attempt at a SMaSH brewing using Maris Otter (5kg) and Chinook hops (20g, 28g, 37g).

Second brew using the Braumeister, looking forward to testing the fruits of mine (and her) labour!

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