chiefdanfox wrote:Are you guys the ones with the coffin? I kept waiting for Screamin' Jay Hawkins to jump out. Great beer, however.
revjim wrote:On Wednesday evening, 4:00pm, Skinny Kitty Teahouse will host the second annual Zymurgist Flocculation. All homebrewers, vintners, meadmakers, and cider hardeners are invited to bring samples of their libations to share with oother yeast wranglers. Last years event had a variety of good beers, wine, cider, and mead.
madmatt wrote:chiefdanfox wrote:Are you guys the ones with the coffin? I kept waiting for Screamin' Jay Hawkins to jump out. Great beer, however.
Nope, that was "Homebrew for Homebrew" - a gang of homebrew enthusiasts out of Reno. GREAT guys. I think my wife and I and a couple of our camp mates were there at least twice a day every day last year.
Props to Skinny Kitty Teahouse too! They had such a great atmosphere and wonderful art with the mummy kitties and stuffed mouse angels, and such great, uplifting refreshing tea.
Token wrote:How about we do a Playa brew?
I will be on Playa from the 11th onward. With the right recipe and if brewed that evening we could force carbonate and even have a few days conditioning on the beer.
Lets hear a few recipes for an appropriate Playa ale.
Alt, kolsch, dry English ale, looking for a fast yeast, fast ferment.
goathead wrote:If I remember right GAWD did a Wit last year on the playa, ferment was 6 days, we kegged it and served it at the coffin. It was an extract beer just to keep it simple and reduce the mess.
I think I would try an amber if I was going to be out there that long.
Do you need a recipe?
I have some at home.
Token wrote:I was thinking a Wit or Saison. I need to use a yeast that works on the high side of the temperature scale and the Belgium strains are a good fit.
I am more asking for folks to chime in on a style they would like to have made on playa. Makes it more fun when folks can get involved.
So, pick a style of beer you would like knowing that it will likely be brewed with a Belgium yeast strain.
If not, I'll just pick something convenient, like a Wit and Oatmeal Stout.
skibear wrote:Homebrew beer from taps in a fucking coffin was one of
the most amazing things in 2005. About 4:30 and C st.
Ugly Dougly wrote:Well, I visited SK in 2009, it was as wet as a AA meeting. Just curious.
Hate missing a good brew tasting.
Savannah wrote:It sounds freaky & wrong, so you need to do it.
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