- What we are drinking tonight
- PICAROONS – Has a limited edition of their new TABULATOR, dry-hoped Extra Special Bitter
- TRAIL SHOP – Winter gear is slowly coming in, new items from Marmot arrived this week!
- NORTH BREWING – Many Hands Collaboration brew with Boxing Rock now available!
- N.B. election recap
- Justin Trudeau Sun Media Boycott cmp=fbtl&utm_content=buffer70755&utm_medium=social&utm_source=plus.google.com&utm_campaign=buffer
- Cars not stopping for school buses
- LADIES BEER LEAGUE – Atlantic Canada Beer Awards coming Oct 4th & 5th with varous events at Stillwell, Stubborn Goat & Lion and Bright.
- INREACH CANADA – During may – aug, and average of 5 rescues per week occured. Stay Safe with a Delorme inReach Communicator.
- HELL BAY BREWING – Partnered with 10 area businesses to create media inventory to promote Queens County.
- SEA LEVEL BREWING – Scotland Heather Ale now available. Includes locally grown hops and heather.
- Halifax “Big Lift” bridge project
- Apple iPhone #Bendgate is hilarious
- Autobots, roll out to Dartmouth
- Ohio man who raised $55K is throwing potato salad party
- Can you survive Canada post-disaster?
0 responses to “#FridayNightHangout September 26 2014”
Tonight I will be a Canon Doppelbock Lager from Les Brasseurs RJ Inc. in Montreal. This one comes in at 7.6 % ABV. I picked this up last month when I was in Quebec. I will update you later on how I find it.
When I was at the NLC yesterday I saw some Garrison Raspberry Wheat beer. I didn’t get it because I have too much beer in my fridge now. I picked up a lot of different beer on my trip to Ontario last month. Have you guys tried the Raspberry Wheat yet ?
I’m trying to finish this Canon Doppelbock beer…I’m not really enjoying this one. It is very strong with a burning whiskey aftertaste to me. Next up is my newest home brew….Pale Ale. I tapped that keg earlier this week. It turned out very nice.
I think we should all slow down in residential areas. My brother moved to Victoria BC last year. First when he got there it drove him nuts at how slow everyone was driving. Now a year later he just accepts the slower driving and says it is much more relaxing.
Hey Jim, I was speaking to Roger earlier this week about all grain or brew in a bag. I’m leaning to that soon. I’m thinking about building a small 6 x 6 brew shed to go all grain. I noticed you had a new wort chiller. The brew in a bag sounds interesting.
Hoppy but not bitter beer are great. I love the Muskoka Detour beer, very hoppy but still light tasting. Going to Ontario again in about 1o days time for some work related training. I will have to drink up some Detour then.
The Inreach is obviously working for people. it seems like a lot of rescues but there are a lot more people getting out there now. at least there is a safety net now.
Drininhg pitchderz braapp0h
I was thinking of the brew shed for boiling the wort in. Years ago when I did the can kits, the smell drove my wife cracked. I would just boil the wort on a big propane burner in the shed. In the summer, I would have access to water. I would put a rope hoist like you can get at Canadian Tire in the rafters to lift the heavy grain bag.
Jim we can’t see you anymore
Great show again tonight guys see you next week.
I would watch a brew session.
I’ve just been doing single stage in the plastic bucket for three to five weeks. I gave up transferring to the carboy.