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Sun Oct 26 19:53:43 2003 ale: evening, Diana
Sun Oct 26 19:53:44 2003 Toad: I have yet to try a beer from Unibroue that I don't like.
Sun Oct 26 19:53:52 2003 emanders13: i'm a Maudite fan, so i want one of those...
Sun Oct 26 19:53:55 2003 motown: Hey Diana
Sun Oct 26 19:54:01 2003 rich: hello diana!
Sun Oct 26 19:54:11 2003 JDonovan: hello Diana
Sun Oct 26 19:54:15 2003 diana: hi Ale...motown...and all!
Sun Oct 26 19:54:21 2003 emanders13: Hello, Diana....i'm Eva
Sun Oct 26 19:54:28 2003 Jimvy: Imagine my horror when I found out that I didn't have any wheat on hand for the AB clone yesterday....
Sun Oct 26 19:55:03 2003 Walt: Hey Diana
Sun Oct 26 19:55:21 2003 Walt: ouch Jimvy..;>
Sun Oct 26 19:55:38 2003 Jimvy: a buddy bailed me out, but it was scary (IMG:style_emoticons/brewboard/wink.gif)
Sun Oct 26 19:55:58 2003 ale: The AB clone may very well be uponthe site tonight
Sun Oct 26 19:56:14 2003 Walt: Utopia.. thats was it... tasted like sherry... good though..;>
Sun Oct 26 19:56:17 2003 Jimvy: Excellent....it tasted awesome going into the primary
Sun Oct 26 19:56:38 2003 Walt: cool Jim!
Sun Oct 26 19:56:45 2003 ale: I need a new keyboard with a working spacebar lol
Sun Oct 26 19:56:53 2003 Walt: LOL ale..;>
Sun Oct 26 19:56:53 2003 emanders13: walt, he have Utopias too
Sun Oct 26 19:57:11 2003 Walt: yea 13... that was a treat to be able to try...
Sun Oct 26 19:57:20 2003 Jimvy: spacebarsareoverrated
Sun Oct 26 19:57:20 2003 rich: The AB clone IS on the site
Sun Oct 26 19:57:24 2003 rich: I just checked
Sun Oct 26 19:58:09 2003 rich: I've got a q... how to you clean a bubble airlock that's got trub in it?
Sun Oct 26 19:58:13 2003 emanders13: oh but we have noy tried it>n it's sitting in the closet
Sun Oct 26 19:58:26 2003 Jimvy: soak it in PBW
Sun Oct 26 19:58:36 2003 Walt: ohhh well.. break that out on an occasion...;>
Sun Oct 26 19:58:36 2003 Jimvy: then rinse with real hot water
Sun Oct 26 19:58:39 2003 rich: will that get everything out?
Sun Oct 26 19:58:44 2003 Jimvy: yeah
Sun Oct 26 19:58:59 2003 cj_in_j: Hi Diana -- Chris Poel from Japan here. How's everything going there?
Sun Oct 26 19:59:03 2003 rich: okay - I'll give it a shot
Sun Oct 26 19:59:08 2003 emanders13: we are not rich, you know....that's just for looking at it...lol...
Sun Oct 26 19:59:15 2003 Walt: ROFL 13!
Sun Oct 26 19:59:30 2003 Jimvy: nice pic on the AB clone guys (IMG:style_emoticons/brewboard/wink.gif)
Sun Oct 26 19:59:37 2003 Walt: hey... id stare at it too if i had a bottle.;>
Sun Oct 26 19:59:37 2003 rich: thank you!
Sun Oct 26 19:59:54 2003 rich: We've been saving that icon until Ale was ready with his reacipe
Sun Oct 26 20:00:32 2003 Jimvy: I think a t-shirt might be in order for that one
Sun Oct 26 20:00:39 2003 diana: WOW! Chris...how are you? I think that your box did actually go out on Friday (or at least I saw it)
Sun Oct 26 20:00:41 2003 rich: good idea!
Sun Oct 26 20:00:43 2003 Walt: whats this AB clone stuff?
Sun Oct 26 20:00:54 2003 emanders13: we don't stare ait it enough...'cause we think we are keeping at some sort of "controlled temperature" in the closet....and it can get so warm down here...
Sun Oct 26 20:00:59 2003 rich: Arrogant Bastard
Sun Oct 26 20:00:59 2003 ale: Arrogant Bastard
Sun Oct 26 20:01:04 2003 diana: so what time is it in Japan, anyway?(IMG:style_emoticons/brewboard/sorry.gif)
Sun Oct 26 20:01:07 2003 Jimvy: Arrogant Bastard....Ale just finished the clone recipe....available on teh HBA site now
Sun Oct 26 20:01:08 2003 Walt: ahhhhh...;>
Sun Oct 26 20:01:29 2003 Walt: id fridge it 13..;>
Sun Oct 26 20:01:48 2003 Walt: ab .. cool
Sun Oct 26 20:01:50 2003 cj_in_j: diana -- It's almost 10 am Monday. I'm at work. (IMG:style_emoticons/brewboard/sad.gif)
Sun Oct 26 20:02:09 2003 Jimvy: lucky....um....wait a minute
Sun Oct 26 20:02:11 2003 diana: HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
Sun Oct 26 20:02:11 2003 Walt: welp im glad it isnt 10 am here..;>
Sun Oct 26 20:02:33 2003 Jimvy: I think my oktoberfest beats the heck out of coffee (IMG:style_emoticons/brewboard/biggrin.gif)
Sun Oct 26 20:02:45 2003 Walt: this im sure Jim
Sun Oct 26 20:02:46 2003 cj_in_j: diana -- Thanks for info about the box. I want to make sure I'm at the office when it gets here, so I can pop it into the freezer asap.
Sun Oct 26 20:03:10 2003 Walt: yoo ted
Sun Oct 26 20:03:16 2003 diana: will be sure to get you a tracking number...and get you a better idea...that went out US Mail this time tho...right?
Sun Oct 26 20:03:19 2003 Toad: Hey Ted
Sun Oct 26 20:03:32 2003 ted: Hi
Sun Oct 26 20:03:55 2003 cj_in_j: diana - right, so no tracking number. But, if I know when it went out, I can guess when it'll get hre.
Sun Oct 26 20:04:01 2003 emanders13: aloha, TEd...Eva here
Sun Oct 26 20:04:32 2003 diana: will do....and to answer your ? things are going well, harvest is over and things are finally starting to slow down.
Sun Oct 26 20:04:33 2003 Walt: ill slide the boat man a fin, so he gets it there faster cj...;>
Sun Oct 26 20:04:46 2003 emanders13: fridge? hmm, maybe..but the closet does not get that warm,...you think it is hariming it?
Sun Oct 26 20:04:55 2003 cj_in_j: walt -- Thanks, I appreciate it.
Sun Oct 26 20:05:07 2003 Walt: no 13.. i just think id fridge it...
Sun Oct 26 20:05:40 2003 Walt: mostly cause id be wanting to drink it.. LOL
Sun Oct 26 20:05:52 2003 emanders13: thanks walt..i'l talk erik into that...
Sun Oct 26 20:06:17 2003 ale: My clock says 8:00. Time to start. Tonights guest is Diana Puterbaugh with Puterbaugh Farm to discuss Hop Growing. Please keep things orderly.
Sun Oct 26 20:06:28 2003 Walt: Hi Diana!
Sun Oct 26 20:06:33 2003 ale: Good evening Diana
Sun Oct 26 20:06:39 2003 Jimvy: welcome
Sun Oct 26 20:06:46 2003 motown: ?
Sun Oct 26 20:06:46 2003 Walt: hey hh
Sun Oct 26 20:06:49 2003 ted: Hi Diana
Sun Oct 26 20:06:50 2003 emanders13: well, if you come down here, maybe it would be a special occassion enough to open it...
Sun Oct 26 20:06:52 2003 ale: go motown
Sun Oct 26 20:06:53 2003 diana: HELLO AND THANKS!
Sun Oct 26 20:07:27 2003 emanders13: Hello, Diana....fellow (tropical) farmer here
Sun Oct 26 20:07:27 2003 motown: can hop plant be grown in containers successfully?
Sun Oct 26 20:07:31 2003 Toad: ?
Sun Oct 26 20:07:32 2003 Walt: hmm 13...you be tempted me now..;> actually been down there a few years ago.. beautiful...;>
Sun Oct 26 20:07:41 2003 ted: ?
Sun Oct 26 20:07:55 2003 diana: IS IT OK TO PROCEED ALE??
Sun Oct 26 20:08:03 2003 ale: yes
Sun Oct 26 20:08:39 2003 diana: HOPS, MANY TIMES BEGIN IN POTS, ACTUALLY. HERE, WE HAVE 2 WINE BARRELS AT OUR DOOR FRONT
Sun Oct 26 20:09:11 2003 diana: THEY ARE FILLED WITH VARIOUS DECORATIVE HOP TYPES BUT AFTER THE 2ND YEAR THEY SEEM TO BE STRUGGLEING
Sun Oct 26 20:09:26 2003 motown: thats what I am growing in .will they bud?
Sun Oct 26 20:09:39 2003 Walt: soo move em aftter the first year?
Sun Oct 26 20:09:40 2003 diana: WE HAVE FOUND THAT THE ROOTS DO NOT GET THE CHANCE TO DRY OUT
Sun Oct 26 20:10:02 2003 Walt: or should say.. plant em after the first year..
Sun Oct 26 20:10:10 2003 Walt: ?
Sun Oct 26 20:10:11 2003 diana: HOPS WILL BUD PRETTY MUCH EACH YEAR...GIVEN THE RIGHT LOCATION, CARE, ETC
Sun Oct 26 20:10:36 2003 diana: YOU CAN MOVE THEM AFTER THEY GET ESTABLISHED...MAYBE IN THE 2ND OR 3RD YEAR..
Sun Oct 26 20:11:04 2003 diana: BUT THEY CAN EXIST IN CONTAINERS BUT I BELIEVE A MORE ELABORATE DRAIN SYSTEM WOULD BE WORTH THE TIME
Sun Oct 26 20:11:23 2003 emanders13: would hops grow in tropical climates? region 10-11?
Sun Oct 26 20:11:35 2003 diana: ALSO, THEY GET ROOT BOUND AFTER TIME AND NEED TO BE DUG UP AND DIVIDED
Sun Oct 26 20:11:44 2003 Walt: cool... curious...can you train em to grow horz after say 8 foot? or best to let em go straight up forever..;>
Sun Oct 26 20:12:31 2003 diana: I HAVE HEARD OF FOLKS TRYING IT BUT IF HOPS DO NOT GO DORMANT (FOR REST, BUG AND VIRUS DIE-OFF, ETC) THEY JUST DON'T DO WELL
Sun Oct 26 20:13:04 2003 diana: ACTUALLY, I HAVE SEEN HOPS GROWN AND THEN TRAINED ALONG A CYCLONE FENCE FOR PRIVACY SAKE...
Sun Oct 26 20:13:12 2003 Walt: cool
Sun Oct 26 20:13:17 2003 Jimvy: ?
Sun Oct 26 20:13:22 2003 diana: AND IT LOOKED REALLY COOL!
Sun Oct 26 20:13:25 2003 ale: Folks, please slow down a bit and use the '?' protocol. Toad is next in line.
Sun Oct 26 20:13:38 2003 Toad: I am a first year grower and want some suggestions on what to do for winter. I'm in N. California if that matters. (no snow, no freezing, maybe frost occasionally)
Sun Oct 26 20:13:49 2003 diana: SORT OF GAVE A HEDGEROW APPEARANCE
Sun Oct 26 20:14:06 2003 Walt: ok.. then Very cool.... im trying to train mine to reach the top of my barn... prob 8 foot.. then go along the top.;>
Sun Oct 26 20:14:16 2003 diana: WELL, AS YOU PROBABALY KNOW, CA. USED TO GROW HOPS COMMERCIALLY...
Sun Oct 26 20:14:42 2003 diana: THEN THEY HAD SOME BATTLES WITH DISEASE...BUT I KNOW THAT THERE ARE STILL 2 VERY SMALL YARDS IN PRODUCTION
Sun Oct 26 20:14:48 2003 ale: erly addressed?
Sun Oct 26 20:14:52 2003 Walt: interesting
Sun Oct 26 20:15:13 2003 diana: AS FOR YOUR ? ON WINTER....CUT BACK THE OLD GROWTH...
Sun Oct 26 20:15:38 2003 diana: CLEAN UP ALL THE FOLIAGE/VINE MATERIAL AND EITHER DUMP OR COMPOST
Sun Oct 26 20:15:40 2003 Walt: can they still grow if the leading tip has been broken?....
Sun Oct 26 20:16:23 2003 diana: THEN GIVE YOUR HOPS A MIX OF MANURE, AGED COMPOST AND LEAVES
Sun Oct 26 20:16:56 2003 diana: THAT IS WHAT WE ARE CURRENTLY DOING....THE CLEAN UP REMOVES ANY PROBLEMS WITH WILT, MILDEW, ETC.
Sun Oct 26 20:17:11 2003 Toad: Thanks
Sun Oct 26 20:17:33 2003 diana: HOPE THAT HELPS....END
Sun Oct 26 20:17:43 2003 AngryGoat: ?
Sun Oct 26 20:17:54 2003 ale: Go Walt
Sun Oct 26 20:18:18 2003 plvekamp: ?
Sun Oct 26 20:18:27 2003 Walt: cool. i just cut mine back and threw some top soil on em.....i think illl throw on some manure too... Will the hop plant still grow if the leading tip breaks at like say 5 foot?
Sun Oct 26 20:18:56 2003 diana: YES, THEY WILL BUT IT SORT OF STRUGGLES...THE LEAD HEAD DOES THE WINDING...
Sun Oct 26 20:19:17 2003 diana: SO YOUR HOP MIGHT REQUIRE SOME HELP IN TRAINING TO GET IT BACK ON TRACK
Sun Oct 26 20:19:35 2003 Walt: shold i then train a horz to take its place?
Sun Oct 26 20:19:51 2003 diana: GOOD IDEA TO DUMP THE TOP SOIL...BTW...IN COLD REGIONS, THEY REQUIRE A BIT OF PROTECTION.
Sun Oct 26 20:20:17 2003 diana: THAT IS A GOOD IDEA...FIND THE NEXT HOP COMING UP AND GET IT GOING CLOCKWISE
Sun Oct 26 20:20:26 2003 Walt: ok sweet! Thanks
Sun Oct 26 20:20:47 2003 ale: Go Jimvy
Sun Oct 26 20:20:50 2003 Jimvy: Ale, I think you skipped Ted....
Sun Oct 26 20:21:01 2003 ted: I told him to
Sun Oct 26 20:21:04 2003 ale: Ted PM'd me to cancell
Sun Oct 26 20:21:04 2003 Jimvy: ok
Sun Oct 26 20:21:08 2003 Jimvy: I planted cascade and fuggle this past spring....have pruned them down now. My wife would like them moved to a different location....is now a good time to do it and what do I need to be careful of?
Sun Oct 26 20:21:43 2003 diana: BEING THAT YOU PLANTED THEM THIS SPRING, I WOULD REC. WAITING UNTIL SPRINGTIME TO DO ANY MOVING...
Sun Oct 26 20:21:44 2003 BlueDevil0206: does this chat work on unix computers using netscape?
Sun Oct 26 20:22:09 2003 Walt: i see you BD.. so i guess so..;>
Sun Oct 26 20:22:12 2003 BlueDevil0206: i'm having problems
Sun Oct 26 20:22:20 2003 BlueDevil0206: it boots me or freezes
Sun Oct 26 20:22:37 2003 AngryGoat: I am going to offer ale some new chat stuff soon folks. Don't worry.
Sun Oct 26 20:22:39 2003 diana: THOSE VERY SMALL WATER ROOTS ARE REALLY IMPORTANT TO GET ESTABLISHED
Sun Oct 26 20:23:10 2003 ted: ?
Sun Oct 26 20:23:21 2003 Jimvy: When I do move, anything specific I should pay attention to?
Sun Oct 26 20:23:27 2003 David_Chase: ?
Sun Oct 26 20:23:37 2003 diana: AND NOW, WHILE YOU HAVE TIME, I WOULD FERT. THE NEW SITE, LET IT BREAKDOWN OVER THE WINTER AND HAVE IT READY FOR PLANTING
Sun Oct 26 20:24:12 2003 diana: DIG IT OUT DEEP (COMMERCIALLY, WE CALL IT CHISELING) AND TILL THE SOIL
Sun Oct 26 20:24:21 2003 Jimvy: k, thx
Sun Oct 26 20:24:27 2003 ale: Go AngryGoat
Sun Oct 26 20:24:45 2003 diana: ONCE THE NEW PLANT POPS....DIG IT UP AND MOVE IT....USUALLY QUITE EARLY ON...LIKE WHEN THE MUMS START TO POP UP...END
Sun Oct 26 20:25:02 2003 AngryGoat: Hi Diana, thanks for coming. I'm located pretty far south, about 45mi NE of Austin Texas. I've been considering growing hops, but I am wondering how they will do in heavy sunlight.
Sun Oct 26 20:25:24 2003 AngryGoat: tI also have very sandy soil, and will be using soaker hoses for all watering.
Sun Oct 26 20:25:40 2003 diana: HI A/G....WE HAVE FOUND THAT IN THE SOUTH, THE HIGHER ALPHA'D HOPS DO BEST....JUST MAKE SURE THE GET PLENTY OF H20
Sun Oct 26 20:26:01 2003 AngryGoat: That's exactly what I was wanting to grow! Any varieties you suggest?
Sun Oct 26 20:26:22 2003 diana: AND A SOAKER HOSE IS AN EXCELLENT IDEA....WE ARE ACTUALLY CONVERTING SOME OF OUR YARDS WITH HIGH SANDY SPOTS INTO DRIP IRRIGATION
Sun Oct 26 20:26:43 2003 diana: LET'S SEE....CHINOOK, NUGGET, COLUMBUS
Sun Oct 26 20:27:19 2003 diana: YOU WILL NEED TO GIVE YOUR BABY HOP A BIT OF TLC THE FIRST YEAR BUT ONCE ESTABLISHED...YOU WILL HAVE A MONSTER ON YOUR HANDS...END
Sun Oct 26 20:27:28 2003 ale: Go Plvekamp
Sun Oct 26 20:27:28 2003 AngryGoat: Thanks!
Sun Oct 26 20:27:48 2003 diana: HOPE THAT HELPS!
Sun Oct 26 20:28:00 2003 plvekamp: Thanks - I was wondering how long after initial planting until you can safely start harvesting ?
Sun Oct 26 20:28:13 2003 diana: FIRST YEAR!
Sun Oct 26 20:28:28 2003 plvekamp: Good news... Thanks !
Sun Oct 26 20:28:32 2003 ale: Go Ted
Sun Oct 26 20:28:34 2003 ted: I ordered rhizomes this past year, but failed to plant them, is there any chance they would survive so that they could be planted next spring? They have been refrigerated since I recieved them!!
Sun Oct 26 20:28:39 2003 diana: YOU WILL PICK THE CONES SOMETIME IN AUG OR SEPT...AND SHOULD GET A FEW THE FIRST YEAR...PLENTY THE NEXT.
Sun Oct 26 20:28:58 2003 Tressin: ?
Sun Oct 26 20:29:10 2003 diana: YOU MIGHT TRY PUTTING THEM IN A 5 GAL, BUCKET TO SEE WHAT YOU GET....
Sun Oct 26 20:29:25 2003 ted: over the winter?
Sun Oct 26 20:29:41 2003 diana: THAT IS HOW SMALL CUTTINGS ARE DIVIDED UP IN GREENHOUSES COMMERCIALLY....THEY POT AND REPOT ALL WINTER
Sun Oct 26 20:30:06 2003 diana: IT IS BETTER TO GIVE IT SOME GROWING TIME THAN LET IT SIT ...ROT WILL SET IN OTHERWISE....END
Sun Oct 26 20:30:14 2003 ale: Go David_Chase
Sun Oct 26 20:30:15 2003 ted: OK, Thanks!!
Sun Oct 26 20:30:20 2003 Walt: ohh interesting!
Sun Oct 26 20:30:36 2003 David_Chase: Hi Diana, glad you could come help us
Sun Oct 26 20:31:06 2003 diana: THANK YOU SIR!
Sun Oct 26 20:31:18 2003 David_Chase: A friend of mine has some well established hop plants, is now a good time to transplant some form him or wait until spring, I'm in northern VT
Sun Oct 26 20:31:56 2003 ale: ?
Sun Oct 26 20:31:57 2003 diana: IF IT IS AN ESTABLISHED PLANT, MAYBE. BUT AS YOU ARE IN VT...LET ME CHECK WITH THE PRO, HERE....MY HUSBAND!
Sun Oct 26 20:32:34 2003 David_Chase: my soil bed is well condtitioned with organics
Sun Oct 26 20:32:43 2003 diana: NOPE...HE SAID WAIT. BABY ROOTS ARE QUITE VULNERABLE (sp) TO DRY OUT AND COUPLED WITH COLD TEMPS...THAT MIGHT KILL IT...END
Sun Oct 26 20:32:55 2003 ale: Go Tressin
Sun Oct 26 20:32:57 2003 David_Chase: thanks so much!
Sun Oct 26 20:32:59 2003 Tressin: Good evening. I was wondering if you could provide us with some basic tips on drying and storing harvested hops.
Sun Oct 26 20:33:04 2003 diana: YOU BET!
Sun Oct 26 20:33:44 2003 diana: OK...FROM WHAT I HAVE LEARNED FROM OTHER CUSTOMERS....MANY USE REGULAR FRUIT DRYERS...ABOUT 1-2 DAYS DRY TIME ON HIGH.
Sun Oct 26 20:34:31 2003 Walt: ?
Sun Oct 26 20:34:40 2003 diana: HAVE ALSO HEARD OF CLEANED WINDOW SCREENS, LAID FLAT, THAT PROVIDE VENTILATION BUT DOING IT OUT OF THE SUN IS A MUST
Sun Oct 26 20:35:34 2003 diana: LASTLY, AND PROBABLY THE QUICKEST, IS IN THE OVEN ON LOW....USE CLEAN COOKIE SHEETS AND IT SHOULD BE DONE IN SHALLOW LAYERS OF HOPS....MIXED ABOUT EVERY 1/2 HOUR...END
Sun Oct 26 20:35:44 2003 ale: Diana, is there any way for a home hop grower to get a ball park figure of her/his alpha acids? Some sort of home test?
Sun Oct 26 20:36:15 2003 Tressin: Thank you Diana (IMG:style_emoticons/brewboard/biggrin.gif)
Sun Oct 26 20:36:38 2003 diana: NO...I ACTUALLY SEND MINE OFF TO A COMMERCIAL COMPANY TO HAVE OURS DONE. BUT YOU CAN GO BY AVERAGES THAT ARE EASILY FOUND ONLINE AT OUR SITE, HOPUNION, YAKIMA CHIEF, ETC....END
Sun Oct 26 20:36:52 2003 ale: Go Walt
Sun Oct 26 20:36:59 2003 diana: HI WALT!
Sun Oct 26 20:37:01 2003 Walt: Thannks.. ive heard that drying over a longer period of time at a lower temp, say a week, gives a better result then say a couple days... any truth to this?
Sun Oct 26 20:37:30 2003 Walt: Hi Diana by the way.. heh
Sun Oct 26 20:37:46 2003 diana: PROBABLY TRUE...THE GENTLER THE TREATMENT THE BETTER..
Sun Oct 26 20:37:50 2003 ale: ?
Sun Oct 26 20:38:00 2003 IrishJny: ?
Sun Oct 26 20:38:06 2003 Walt: cool thanks for your time!
Sun Oct 26 20:38:19 2003 diana: SORRY...WISH I HAD MORE INFO ON THAT ONE....END!!!
Sun Oct 26 20:38:38 2003 Walt: no prob! thats what i thought
Sun Oct 26 20:38:45 2003 Tressin: ?
Sun Oct 26 20:38:48 2003 ale: Some homebrewers tell me that they don't bother to dry their hops at all...
Sun Oct 26 20:39:14 2003 AngryGoat: You would need to factor water weight in then.
Sun Oct 26 20:39:14 2003 diana: ACTUALLY, THAT IS QUITE THE THING THESE DAYS...TO DO FRESH (OR WET) HOP BREWING....
Sun Oct 26 20:39:18 2003 ale: they harvest them and throw them right in to the kettle...
Sun Oct 26 20:39:19 2003 IrishJny: Big difference in wieght and IBU calc's tho
Sun Oct 26 20:39:38 2003 diana: AND YES, TO FIGURE IN CORRECTLY FOR THE ADDED MOISTURE...THE RATIO IS 6 TO 1
Sun Oct 26 20:39:48 2003 ale: is this a recommended proceedure?
Sun Oct 26 20:40:02 2003 Walt: wouldnt this give it "grassy" taste though?
Sun Oct 26 20:40:04 2003 diana: WE HAVE A COUPLE BREWERIES THAT WE SHIP 40+ LBS. TO IN HARVEST FOR THEIR HARVEST ALES...
Sun Oct 26 20:40:26 2003 IrishJny: ?
Sun Oct 26 20:40:33 2003 diana: I HAD MY BRO-IN-LAW HOME BREWER DIG THAT DETAIL UP ABOUT 7 YEARS AGO....IF YOU LIKE, I CAN LOOK FOR IT LATER.
Sun Oct 26 20:40:47 2003 Walt: that would be cool..;>
Sun Oct 26 20:40:52 2003 Toad: ?
Sun Oct 26 20:41:18 2003 ale: Go Tressin
Sun Oct 26 20:41:20 2003 Tressin: Please skip me. My question has been answered.
Sun Oct 26 20:41:31 2003 ale: Go Irish
Sun Oct 26 20:41:32 2003 diana: YOU WILL HAVE TO ASK JASON ABOUT THAT...HE'S THE BREWER AT 2 BROTHERS BREWING IN CHICAGO...HE'S THE MAIN BREWER WE'VE WORKED WITH ON IT...
Sun Oct 26 20:41:55 2003 ale: Thanks Diana
Sun Oct 26 20:41:57 2003 ted: Oh, Mr 15 minute mash
Sun Oct 26 20:41:59 2003 IrishJny: TYVM! I was wondering, since wines can be so well described...
Sun Oct 26 20:42:32 2003 Beershasta: ?
Sun Oct 26 20:42:44 2003 IrishJny: Why is it hops are limited to 5 or 6 words, spicy, floral, ir hardly gets it doe
Sun Oct 26 20:43:04 2003 IrishJny: Done
Sun Oct 26 20:43:15 2003 diana: GOOD QUESTION....BUT AS NEW VARITIES ARE BEING DEVELOPED...
Sun Oct 26 20:43:49 2003 diana: THEY ARE FINDING WIDER RANGES....HAVE HEARD OF CITRUS, BANANA, WOODSY
Sun Oct 26 20:44:08 2003 IrishJny: wine has about 100 words to describe flavors, and aroma, we hav e5 or 6
Sun Oct 26 20:44:41 2003 diana: WELL, I AM NOT TOO SURE....BUT IT CERTAINLY DESERVES A BETTER VOCABULARY...END!
Sun Oct 26 20:44:45 2003 IrishJny: That would be an improvment, but even Hop Union is guilty
Sun Oct 26 20:44:47 2003 ale: Go Toad
Sun Oct 26 20:44:49 2003 Toad: How much increase in yield can I expect second year, over the first?
Sun Oct 26 20:45:01 2003 IrishJny: OK, TY! My 2 cents!
Sun Oct 26 20:45:36 2003 diana: ON WHICH VARIETY?
Sun Oct 26 20:45:58 2003 Toad: Sorry, Cascade.
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