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  1. Food, Wine, & Spirits Forum
    Well I am thinking I want to get into home brewing but I don't know where to being looking for a good beginner setup. I am looking to invest less than $100 if possible as I do not know if I will enjoy the hobby or not until I try. Are there any suggestions from you current home brew experts...
  2. Coffee Discussion
    What is your favorite brewing style and why? For me it is all about espresso, a teacher turned me onto it a year or so ago and now its my main coffee staple, I love the rich flavors and the nice perc. Also espresso is better for your stomach than regular coffee, dont know if it is lesa acid or...
  3. Food, Wine, & Spirits Forum
    Some recent tea talk made me want to post this. Last night, I decided to brew a mushroom tuocha that I had yet to try. It is a 2005 Xiaguan "Tibetan Flame" ripe/cooked pu-erh. So, using a small pairing knife, I dug into the 'shroom to get the amount of tea I needed out of it. The teapot...
  4. Cigar Forums Texas Hold'em Poker
    In the next 10 minutes or so. Here is the link Puff Cigar Discussion Forums Puff Poker Shawn will be there:rockon: me too...
  5. Coffee Discussion
    Hi all, I'm new to good coffee (home roasted, brewed in a french press). And would like to expand my experience a little. I was wondering what other people's preferred brewing method is if not using a french press, and if using a french press is your preferred method of brewing, what is your...
  6. Food, Wine, & Spirits Forum
    H O M E B R E W I N G Yup here's a thread on HOMEBREWING, I do it and have been getting into it lately. It is really pretty easy too So just ask a question if..... if your new and would like to know more about Are brewing a batch and aren't really sure about something...
  7. Texas
    If anybody wants to get together the morning/noon time before the Cigar Cigar Texas Fest here is our chance! Thinks to smh0768 (Stan) for the info! http://www.saintarnold.com/tours/ taken from site: Come visit Houston's first microbrewery, Saint Arnold Brewing Company! We have public tours...
  8. Coffee Discussion
    does anyone now how to brew cuban style it would be greatly appreciated all are welcome
  9. Coffee Discussion
    Finally got everything I need to start running my Anita, except the beans. I don't wanna drop to much on beans for my initial set of shots. Is there any danger in taste if I use a single origin, like the Brazillian beans I roasted up a few days ago? I figure if anything, I can make lattes and...
  10. General Cigar Discussion
    Cigar Trademark Battle Brewing I thought you guys would find this interesting, as I do being a trademark attorney and one who appreciates a nice cigar…pick out a nice stick and smoke it while reading this… Many of you are aware of Camacho's use of the trademark "TRIPLE MADURO" to...
  11. Food, Wine, & Spirits Forum
    Just wanted to shamelessly promote my brewery opening soon in Tampa, FL. As both a good beer lover and cigar smoker I set out to make first and foremost good beers, but also beers that pair well with cigars. If you are interested you can keep tabs on us on our blog which has lots of pics and is...
  12. Food, Wine, & Spirits Forum
    Saranac are some great beers. Too Bad. http://www.newsday.com/news/local/wire/newyork/ny-bc-ny--breweryblaze0530may30,0,499283.story
  13. Coffee Discussion
    You get the goods. You're savvy. You go online, point click and a uniformed employee brings you the goods. For some of you, the goods are already roasted. For some of you, the goods need some flame. Either way, it comes down to the one word: extraction. What are your favorite way to brew your...
  14. Food, Wine, & Spirits Forum
    I am looking to find a starter kit. I love Oktoberfest beer and want to make it at home. Does anyone know of a website? Any ideas? thoughts? suggestions? Jeremy
  15. Coffee Discussion
    As per the coffee Police Chief's (Mister Moo) "Suggestion" I purchased and used the Toddy Cold Brew method for about a year. http://www.toddycafe.com/ The instructions for use and to give you an idea how it works are here: http://www.toddycafe.com/customerservice/instructions.php The basic...
  16. Food, Wine, & Spirits Forum
    the only referrence i saw to the "milk stout" was HERE. there were other references to the "left hand" company and their website though. --- i picked up a 6 pack of this last night. i'm a huge stout fan, from guiness, to murphy's irish, to local micro-brews from all over, even the odd...
  17. Food, Wine, & Spirits Forum
    Hey Bob, Looks like I'm gonna be brewing on the 30th. The subject is going to be a partial mash of a Hobgoblin clone. What do you think should be the brew day stogie?:support: I'm thinking, maybe, LFD! Or how about one of the panel mystery smokes? I'm so jazzed to be back brewing...
  18. Food, Wine, & Spirits Forum
    Anyone do this? Can anyone Reccomend the Best way to start? things I need, Yada Yada? Seems like it would be fun!
  19. Food, Wine, & Spirits Forum
    A friend and I are brewing a Nut Brown Ale...I'm so happy!!!! This is a first for me.:ss
  20. General Discussion
    I thought I'd brew up some Caribbean Cut Throat this morning...damned good stuff! When I get over to the store I'll brew up a pot of Brazilian Bombshell for the HVAC crew working. With any luck they should be finished with the job in the next two days.
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