Pheonix Theatre Benefit "Brew Ha-Ha" This Weekend In Indiana

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Pheonix Theatre Benefit "Brew Ha-Ha" This Weekend In Indiana

Postby Mesa Maltworks » Thu Jun 19, 2003 6:50 pm

For those in forum land within driving distance... on Saturday, June 23 from 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm the non-profit Pheonix Theatre group will be throwing a brew fest featuring regional breweries in Indianapolis, IN.

Most of Indiana's finest will be there along with some out of state breweries. I will be there seving Main Street Brewing's: cask conditioned and engine pulled Monk's Dubbel (Belgian Abbey Dubbel), Blue Eyed Moose AIPA, Thunderbolt Red (Altbier) and Honey Blonde ( with Indiana wildflower honey).

Stop by and say hi if you can !

Support your local art organizations!!!!

Eric
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Forgive me brothers.....

Postby Freon12 » Fri Jun 20, 2003 4:01 pm

Fogive me brothers for I have jonesed, It has been two month and three days since my last homebrew.

Bless you AZ and Mesa for helping me through this troubled time of brewery reassembly.


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P.S. Where were you on this one grav???(and others whom know who they are.)
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mea culpa

Postby Gravity Thrills » Sat Jun 21, 2003 10:14 am

A pox on me for abandoning a brew brother in time of need. I had better do something about that or I'll have bad beer karma following me around....
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Hey Steve

Postby fitz » Tue Jun 24, 2003 9:39 am

Are you back up and running again?
I went on a 5 day vacation to the Mts of WV. What a great place to unwind. Anyway, my Brother-in-law and his wife met my family there. He came in carrying a case of Rolling Rock thinking he had produced a novelty. I politely explained to him that Latrobe PA is only an 1 1/2 away from my house. I also opened my cooler to reveal the homebrew that I had brought. He quickly forgot about the Rolling Rock. It isn't quite his fault, he lives in SC, and Rolling rock is an import in his books. I am trying to plant the seed of homebrewing in him, but it is a slow process.
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I wish......

Postby Freon12 » Tue Jun 24, 2003 11:55 am

If not for Mesa and AZ, I would be down to store bought.
I am making progress but at a slow pace due to the fact that I am now brewing in tow tow in the basement.
The hood is almost finshed and I think I found my intake air supply through an extra dryer vent.

At this point I would drink that Rolling rock gladly.

I would suggest wiening him on perhaps a wheat ale or hefe, maybe even a wit. And if he catches the bug, perhaps a beertools membership?


Steve, the "subterrainian brewer".

Bye the bye, what ever became of your green sand?
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Sorry

Postby fitz » Thu Jun 26, 2003 3:41 am

Sorry, I guess I'm getting like Eric, and forget to get you the rest of the info. (Just kidding Eric) I completely forgot to pull out the owners manual to get you the info.
There is a site www.ohio-water-purifiers.com it will let you know a little about the system it is Magnesium Greensand, and it is chargered while backflushing with Potasium Permanganate. This is the whole house system I got, and then for the icing on the cake I also got a 5 stage reverse osmosis system for the beer, oh, I mean drinking water.
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