Jim's Northeast Brewer's Night.

Members' meetings, Beer Festivals and the like - bung it on here. Old topics will be pruned after 3 months.
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Re: Jim's Northeast Brewer's Night.

Post by m_rawdin » Sun Dec 04, 2016 6:38 pm

Oh box socials new micro pub has just opened in the split chimps old home in one of the railway arches behind central station...
https://www.facebook.com/groups/341609746264187/

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Re: Jim's Northeast Brewer's Night.

Post by alix101 » Tue Dec 06, 2016 8:07 am

Penciled on.
Does anyone want to do bottle swaps or is that getting a complicated situation more complicated.
"Everybody should belive in something : and I belive I'll have another drink".

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Re: Jim's Northeast Brewer's Night.

Post by m_rawdin » Tue Dec 06, 2016 8:59 am

alix101 wrote:Penciled on.
Does anyone want to do bottle swaps or is that getting a complicated situation more complicated.
Unfortunately I don't have any bottles to swap, do you usually do bottle swaps on these meet ups?
https://www.facebook.com/groups/341609746264187/

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Re: Jim's Northeast Brewer's Night.

Post by alix101 » Tue Dec 06, 2016 10:00 am

No, just normally wake up with a thick head
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Re: Jim's Northeast Brewer's Night.

Post by f00b4r » Tue Dec 06, 2016 10:05 am

I will try and bottle up a few from the kegs if I get a chance.

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Re: Jim's Northeast Brewer's Night.

Post by woblylegs » Tue Dec 06, 2016 11:16 am

ill bring a bottle of this years imperial stout. first who asks can have it to try.
lifes what you make it!

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Re: Jim's Northeast Brewer's Night.

Post by f00b4r » Tue Dec 06, 2016 11:28 am

woblylegs wrote:ill bring a bottle of this years imperial stout. first who asks can have it to try.
Sounds fantastic!

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Re: Jim's Northeast Brewer's Night.

Post by f00b4r » Tue Dec 06, 2016 11:31 am

Need to check what I have in the kegs but should be some from a mild, bitter, Citra dark (Seymour's fantastic recipe) and a roasted chestnut brown ale

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Re: Jim's Northeast Brewer's Night.

Post by Normski » Tue Dec 06, 2016 9:39 pm

woblylegs wrote:ill bring a bottle of this years imperial stout. first who asks can have it to try.
I'll bring a bottle of the same RIS, Myself and Woblylegs shared the brew day.
I think it was 7%+ we conditioned it on some of my rummed oak and added a little rum steaped vanilla pod.
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Re: Jim's Northeast Brewer's Night.

Post by f00b4r » Tue Dec 06, 2016 10:12 pm

Normski wrote:
woblylegs wrote:ill bring a bottle of this years imperial stout. first who asks can have it to try.
I'll bring a bottle of the same RIS, Myself and Woblylegs shared the brew day.
I think it was 7%+ we conditioned it on some of my rummed oak and added a little rum steaped vanilla pod.
Norm
Wow sounds interesting, I be interested to pick your brains on using oak with beers like this that need long conditioning.

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Re: Jim's Northeast Brewer's Night.

Post by woblylegs » Wed Dec 07, 2016 10:29 am

Normski wrote:
woblylegs wrote:ill bring a bottle of this years imperial stout. first who asks can have it to try.
I'll bring a bottle of the same RIS, Myself and Woblylegs shared the brew day.
I think it was 7%+ we conditioned it on some of my rummed oak and added a little rum steaped vanilla pod.
Norm
the first we made was 11.2% and the second was 10% Norm. two big beers they are
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Re: Jim's Northeast Brewer's Night.

Post by Normski » Wed Dec 07, 2016 8:43 pm

woblylegs wrote:
Normski wrote:
woblylegs wrote:ill bring a bottle of this years imperial stout. first who asks can have it to try.
I'll bring a bottle of the same RIS, Myself and Woblylegs shared the brew day.
I think it was 7%+ we conditioned it on some of my rummed oak and added a little rum steaped vanilla pod.
Norm
the first we made was 11.2% and the second was 10% Norm. two big beers they are
Yeah that makes more sense.
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Re: Jim's Northeast Brewer's Night.

Post by Normski » Wed Dec 07, 2016 8:46 pm

f00b4r wrote:
Normski wrote:
woblylegs wrote:ill bring a bottle of this years imperial stout. first who asks can have it to try.
I'll bring a bottle of the same RIS, Myself and Woblylegs shared the brew day.
I think it was 7%+ we conditioned it on some of my rummed oak and added a little rum steaped vanilla pod.
Norm
Wow sounds interesting, I be interested to pick your brains on using oak with beers like this that need long conditioning.
Look forward to it f00b4r.
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Re: Jim's Northeast Brewer's Night.

Post by Normski » Wed Dec 07, 2016 9:20 pm

Now that we have Decembers meet all arranged.
It’s probably a good idea to start thinking of the the January’s Meet Up.

So, does anyone have any thoughts on a venue or location.
And a Date.

Yeah I know its early, But it gives us time to throw some idea’s around.
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Re: Jim's Northeast Brewer's Night.

Post by demig » Wed Dec 07, 2016 11:26 pm

Normski wrote:Now that we have Decembers meet all arranged.
It’s probably a good idea to start thinking of the the January’s Meet Up.

So, does anyone have any thoughts on a venue or location.
And a Date.

Yeah I know its early, But it gives us time to throw some idea’s around.
Norm
The Office in Morpeth on any date. Lovely beer from Acton ales and super convenient for me ;)


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