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For those TRUB, TRASH and WAZE folks going kend. I am taking an extra 5lb co2 tank just in case. ... See MoreSee Less

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Wet Hops, Cascade, Chinook
$5

These guys are doing a flash sale on wet hops. 200# Cascade & 100# Chinook. Asking $5# but will take less. They said they would meet everyone at Fury Brewing for pickup if enough people are interested. Kinda a last second flash sale for them after make their brewery rounds. Any interest?
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Three Floyds Alpha King bottled 9 days ago, very nice. ... See MoreSee Less

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BUAC will be here before you know it! Can you post if you plan on serving at your own table or at the trub table? Remember that you need to have paid your dues and have gone to 4 mtgs and 1 serving event to qualify for your own table. If you served at last year's buac, that counts for a serving event and one mtg. ... See MoreSee Less

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TRASH and TRUB Cider Group Buy Pickup at Soergel's

October 7, 2017, 8:00am

Recycling Jack’s kind words: The 2017 TRASH Cider pickup will be held at 8:00 AM sharp on Saturday, October 7th, 2017 at Soergel Orchards in Wexford. Like last year, they will be pressing the cider for us the day before from a blend of apples well suited to making hard cider. It will be cold-stored and unpasteurized or treated. Like last year, we need to get in and out as quickly as possible since this is their crazy-go-nuts busy season. If you've seen Soergels at noon on a Saturday in October, trust me - you want to get out of there early. I am extending this service to TRUB because I like you all so much. To get in on the group buy you must be dues-paid TRASH or TRUB member. (You can join now if you really want in on the action at www.trashhomebrewers.org/public/pay/subscription/!) Cider will be $3.75/gallon and you must pay for it in advance via PayPal. To purchase cider, just send us an email at [email protected] and we'll respond with how to pay. All orders and payment must be received by 8:00 PM on Thursday, September 28th. DO NOT SHOW UP AT SOERGELS IF YOU DID NOT CONTACT US AND PAY FOR YOUR CIDER IN ADVANCE. If you purchase cider and do now show up to pick it up at 8:00 on October 7th, your cider will be forfeited and divided up among those in attendance. You must bring your own containers to the cider pickup. Any large-mouth vessel is fine - a fermenter bucket, a corny keg, a Big Mouth Bubbler-type carboy. Heck, bring your conical if you want. Just do not bring standard-mouth carboys, whether they're plastic or glass. The reason is the hose doesn't fit and filling them requires a funnel and throttling of the juice - it's a hassle. Buckets with lids or kegs are probably the best & easiest vessels to use. If you have any questions don't hesitate to post to the TRASH forum or Facebook group to start a discussion.

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Pour in the Park is shaping up very well. I have updated the page for the club pouring. This is a family friendly event so if you attend you do not need babysitting and children under 11 are free. the link to get tickets is in the post description.

Currently we have 4 club members poruing: Timur Snoke,Kerry Diehl, Richard Romanko and Chris Staub.

ACPF Pour In The Park - TRUB Page
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ACPF Pour In The Park - TRUB Page

September 8, 2017, 5:30pm - September 8, 2017, 8:30pm

TRUB has been invited to pour at Pour in the Park. Currently we have 4 club memebers, Timur Snoke, Richard Romanko, Kerry Diehl and Chris Staub signed up to pour. Expected beers/ciders are: 1) French Saison, 2) IPA 3) Wet Hop IPA 4) Cider (TBD) 4) Hard lemonade 5) Raspberry Berliner Weisse and 7) Agave Lime IPA on Tequila Oak This is a family friendly event so babysitting is not required! Description of event from ACPF Facebook page and where to get tickets: Join us for POUR AT THE PARK on Friday, September 8th at North Park Lake. This 2nd Annual #craftbeer festival benefits Allegheny County Parks Foundation & is part of Construction Junction's The Steel City Big Pour week. Last year 500+ guests enjoyed craft beer tastings & exceptional local food with live music along North Park Lake near the Boathouse. This year we have an incredile list of participants and live music by Dennis Malley & The Turpentiners. Tickets are sale now! www.showclix.com/event/pouratthepark2017 Interested in sponsoring, volunteering, or getting involved in this special fundraiser? Please email [email protected] 2017 PARTICIPANTS INCLUDE: - East End Brewing Company - Penn Brewery - Hofbrauhaus Pittsburgh - Jack's Hard Cider - ShuBrew - Rivertowne Brewing - Dancing Gnome Beer - Couch Brewery - Red Star Kombucha - Allegheny Coffee & Tea Exchange - A Few Bad Apples: Sustainable Community Cidermaking - Blume Honey Water - Graeter's Ice Cream - OTB at the North Park Boathouse - Pig Iron Public House - City Fresh Pasta - Popsburgh - Black Radish - Whole Foods Market - Caricatures by Shawnelle - Brewed 2 Burn - and more to come! All pre-purchased tickets will include a stainless steel commemorative POUR AT THE PARK tasting cup thanks to our generous sponsor, OTB at the North Park Boathouse. ACPF is concerned with the safety of our guests. We are very pleased that the National Safety Council is sponsoring Safe Transportation for POUR AT THE PARK with a discounted ticket for Designated Drivers. POUR AT THE PARK is a family and pet friendly event. Pour and Designated Driver ticket holders must be 21 and over. Please have your ID ready at the door. We have a discounted rate for children 12 + to enjoy the food and non-alcoholic beverages. Children 11 and under are welcome FREE of charge - and encouraged to enjoy the on-site playground. No need to hire a babysitter! Park rules apply for leashing pets. This event is RAIN OR SHINE. #PourAtThePark #BigPour

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Terry Denham, thanks for hosting the meeting. Wish we could have stayed longer. My wife and I talked about those wings all night, best I have had in a long time. Nice sampling of beers, meads and ciders. Also really cool to see 2 new Brewers show up! ... See MoreSee Less

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This is the most comprehensive melomel recipe that I have seen in a long time. I do not necessarily agree with everything but it does give you some good stuff to think about.

Originally found on homebrewtalk.com at www.homebrewtalk.com/showthread.php?t=587928

Cheers!
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Grain Bulk Buy orders need to be in today. Please let me know! ... See MoreSee Less

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