Hey home brewers. For sale two tap custom kegerator you can fit three kegs in. Comes with kegco co2 manifold along with taps, shanks, hoses for beer, co2 and kegco drip tray. All you need is co2 tank and your ready to pour. Asking $350.00 any questions feel free to pm me. Also will include two perlick faucets. Cheers and the full kegs pictured aren't included. Could possibly deliver also. ... See MoreSee Less
So next week, after work, I am planning on doing some scientific research at local breweries. If anyone wishes to assist, let me know. So far.i have on my list: pipers pub, smallman galley, hop farm, roundabout, grist house, draii laag, leaning cask, dancing gnome and maybe others. ... See MoreSee Less
Is anyone a friend of the Brewers at grist house? A friend did me a solid and I want to do a Homebrew of camp slap red or fire on the mountain for them but don't know where to begin for the clone. This is not for sale, just keeping the love moving forward. Thanks! ... See MoreSee Less
Looking for a new small scale for hops and other small amounts of nutrients down to the 1/4 gram. What is everyone using or recommend? Don't want to break the bank either. The one that i have now only measures whole grams. ... See MoreSee Less
Guys, we're doing another grain bulk buy with BUAC on the horizon. If your a member in good standing PM me and I'll send you the price list. Finalized orders and money (check or Paypal) will be collected at the Aug 5th meeting and picked up the following week. ... See MoreSee Less
Big thank you to Danielle and Stephanie from Tupelo Honey Teas for hosting our July meeting. I think I can speak for everyone that you went above and beyond showing us the possibilities of what tea can do. What a great meeting and thank you again for hosting us. ... See MoreSee Less
Glad I made a meeting after months of being absent. I enjoyed the beers (especially Justin's mild!!!) and beer/tea conversations. Always cool to see a new guy show up too, I hope Alex comes back and brings his double IPA, the first beer he ever made, to the next meeting. Also big thanks for Tupelo for hosting - what a cool place. I hope to have version one of my tea beer at Coopers Lake. ... See MoreSee Less
So funny story... I get home, pour myself the last of the Dark Mild that was in the bottle I brought, and boy was I surprised. Mostly because it wasn't my Dark Mild. No wonder everyone was all WTF.
The moral of the story is, if you make a new keezer and don't have labels for your taps yet, at least taste the beer you're bringing to the meeting before you bring it, or taste it before you share it!