hist-brewing: Re: hist-brewing-digest V1 #701

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Fri Oct 13 10:06:58 PDT 2000


Any one have a basic recipe for simple honey mead - this will be my first try .
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hist-brewing-digest       Friday, 13 October 19100      Volume 01 : Number 701

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hist-brewing: Keep the guidance coming
hist-brewing: Kingdoms!?!?
Re: hist-brewing: Kingdoms!?!?
Re: hist-brewing: Kingdoms!?!?
hist-brewing: Re: Storey Books

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From: "Linda Grant/Matthew Ransom" <spiritflight at kachina.net>
Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2000 10:01:08 -0700
Subject: hist-brewing: Keep the guidance coming

Thanks to all for setting me straight and please do it again as needed.
That's how many "educated" newbies evolve into truly educated brewers. About
these book and book review sources: please share these with me on the list
or privately.

Thanks again!
Matthew Ransom
spiritflight at kachina.net



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From: "Abby, Ellen and Alan" <elal at pei.sympatico.ca>
Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2000 17:27:39 -0300
Subject: hist-brewing: Kingdoms!?!?

Is this all the Society for Constructive Anachronism we are talking
about here?    Living in Prince Edward Island Canada I do not have
access to nor likely need for this goodly organization as the fine old
days of the barbarians being "the folks over that hill there" still
apply.

I am interested however in a brief description of the nexus between
brewing and SCA activities as I am but one of a small group of "Crows"
here who are neither SCA-ers, wicans or otherwise but merely a group of
brewers and brew-lovers who are so dubbed as a result of sporting
injuries {ie too many soccer headers) in the early '80's.   Early
brewing would be of great interest to us to as we inadvertantly recreate
the Great Hall scene from Beowulf when ever we get together for a drink.

Also we need a name for our Brew clubs and are well pleased that, being
Crows, we can use the adjective Murderous for our gathering habits.

Alan McLeod
Yes - a new guy
New Glasgow
Prince Edward Island

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From: Angus <angus at iamawitch.com>
Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2000 16:59:14 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: Re: hist-brewing: Kingdoms!?!?

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as I am but one of a small group of "Crows"
>here who are neither SCA-ers, wicans or otherwise
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ok, now i'm intrigued...
why the Wiccan part ?  when did that enter a discussion on the list ?

/Angus, also a non SCA member


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From: Irshlassie at aol.com
Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2000 20:23:23 EDT
Subject: Re: hist-brewing: Kingdoms!?!?

I missed the wiccan part...woops my bad. But I am both wiccan and an SCAer
and not easily offended. :) For all those interested, the heather ale is
bubbling nicely. The first sample came out slightly thin. Any suggestions? I
used an extra light malt, would a darker malt add more body.

Thanks folks

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From: JazzboBob at aol.com
Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2000 23:19:13 EDT
Subject: hist-brewing: Re: Storey Books

I agree with Al.  The Storey books lack good editorial review and are full of
old fashioned, poor brewing advice with the exception of Dave Miller's books.
Bob Grossman

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