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Homebrew yak


#1

John Burgess:

Sounds like we have the same taste in beer. I also make a rather
malty, hoppy, 7% or so beer. I use anywhere from 10 to 15 pounds
of malt extract per 5 gallons. I haven’t made any for awhile but
starting to get the itch. I really miss having fresh winter ale
around.

Nice to know that other jewelers like to brew.

Kenneth Gastineau
@Kenneth_Gastineau1


#2

John Burgess:

Sounds like we have the same taste in beer. I also make a rather
malty, hoppy, 7% or so beer. I use anywhere from 10 to 15 pounds
of malt extract per 5 gallons. I haven’t made any for awhile but
starting to get the itch. I really miss having fresh winter ale
around.

Nice to know that other jewelers like to brew.

Kenneth Gastineau
gastin@mis.net

Say, I used to homebrew myself awhile back but had to quit as I
couldn’t resist all that incredible beer and got fat and hungover
:slight_smile: I’m lucky to live in the Pacific NOrthwest of the good old
USA and microbreweries abound and we have a large choice of
microbrewed beers as good as homebrew and sometimes better. I’m
surprised New Zealand is lacking good beers? Can’t you get
Cooper’s ales down there, they’re quite good, but sometimes you
can’t beat a homebrew…cheers Dave

Art Jewelry for Conscious People
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#3

Ken and other brewers/jewelers… I personally haven’t done any
brewing. But my best freind got into it last year. He and
another freind have made some really good brews. i.e… Apple
brew, Pumpkin brew and some others that were very tasty… the
process is really interesting…And heck if icould only drink
the jewelery I make I would never leave the house… LOL
Marc WilliamsFrom: owner-orchid@proteus.imagiware.com on behalf of Kenneth Gastineau
Sent: Thursday, January 23, 1997 2:17 AM
To: Wendy Newman; Dave Sebaste; John Baldaia; Thomas Williams
Subject: Homebrew yak

John Burgess:

Sounds like we have the same taste in beer. I also make a rather
malty, hoppy, 7% or so beer. I use anywhere from 10 to 15 pounds
of malt extract per 5 gallons. I haven’t made any for awhile but
starting to get the itch. I really miss having fresh winter ale
around.

Nice to know that other jewelers like to brew.

Kenneth Gastineau
gastin@mis.net

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