BobBrews on Basic Brewing Radio


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BobBrews on Basic Brewing Radio

Post by joshua » 5 years ago

Honest Officer, I swear to Drunk, I am Not God.

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Post by BobBrews » 5 years ago

What did you do? Did you camp on the site waiting? I really had a good time but my headset caused a delay and I seemed slow to answer? I bought a web-cam yesterday so next time he can see me! Thanks for the "way to go" joshua!
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Post by Rifester » 5 years ago

Great work Bob! Wish I could join you on the lake... Maybe next year? :champ:


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Post by PistolPatch » 5 years ago

Just had a listen Bob and I reckon you did a magnificent job :thumbs: :clap: :champ:.

Hope you didn't wake up to a horse's head in your bed this morning :lol:.
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Post by shibolet » 5 years ago

good job Bob !!!
Love your accent.
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Post by Yeasty » 5 years ago

Well done Bob I love it... :clap: :clap:

The best bit was as follows:

James:- "What are the Benefits of brewing beer on a frozen lake"

Bob:- "None what so ever"

Classic !!

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Post by shibolet » 5 years ago

BobBrews wrote:my headset caused a delay and I seemed slow to answer
Bob, you sounded great. i heard no delay.
Did James edit it out? :dunno:
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Post by stux » 5 years ago

Yeasty wrote:Well done Bob I love it... :clap: :clap:

The best bit was as follows:

James:- "What are the Benefits of brewing beer on a frozen lake"

Bob:- "None what so ever"

Classic !!

:clap: :clap:

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Not true though ;)

I saw a good supply of chiller water in last year's video ;)
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Post by Yeasty » 5 years ago

I'm planning a brew this weekend and in honour of Bob I'm going to wear a pair of wellington boots and fill them full of ice cubes. :headhit:
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Post by BobBrews » 5 years ago

All,

Tomorrow is the big day and we are having 3 inches of "Light Flurries?" We don't have a problem with cold, we don't have problems with snow. We only have problems with wind. Tomorrows forecast is now for "Windy conditions"!!! With the fluffy snow we are currently getting it is going to be very interesting! The temperature will be OK, 15 ºF or -9.4ºC We can live with that. The burners will use a lot of propane trying to heat water in the wind, if they can remain lit?

The podcast was fun. We recorded for 10 minutes and talked about beer for the next hour and a half! I think we should have taped the whole discussion it might have been more interesting?

Yeasty. Brew a British Bitter and name it "Fish Pee" You must have a friend that has an aquarium that you can get your water from? I will have a beer in honor of BIAB'ers everywhere!
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Post by 2trout » 5 years ago

Bob,

Great interview! That sounds/looks like such a blast! If I were still in Wisco I'd be making the trip!

Ive got to say that I love your posts Bob. You've always got lots of great statements. I did use a quote of yours at the bottom of my posts, hope you don't mind.

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Post by Mad_Scientist » 5 years ago

Good job Bob. You interviewed very well and are quite funny too. Did you every make that BIAB video or are you still looking for a body double? We all like your voice, no problem.

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Post by BobBrews » 5 years ago

Thanks for all the support and kind words. 2trout, If I say it? Quote it! Mad_Scientist, Yes I am working on it. Did some filming last fall to edit during the winter. Not BIAB quality so I will start again! That's not a problem because I am always brewing. The problem is that I am always drinking! Filming and drinking don't mix. I will film (record, no film anymore) today at the Polar brew. The day is here and it is -2 ºF,-18.88 ºC outside and I am quite warm now. I don't want to go outside and drink beer! Oh well, someone's got to do it?

I will try and post the movie today but the wife is coming back from Florida tonight and she warrants attention? That means I have to clean up the house!
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Post by kostass » 5 years ago

Just heard it,
BobBrews you are so funny!!!!
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Post by solly.schoultz » 5 years ago

Hi Bob

Just listened to the podcast, nicely done sounded perfect.

Keep the flag flying...

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Post by BobBrews » 5 years ago

All,
I spent over 6 hours on a frozen lake with -20 ºF, -28.88 ºC. wind chill! That's enough for me! My beer froze in the cup and the bottle! My hands could not move for all the pain. I was in agony! I can't wait for next year! The beer I drank was good! The beer I brewed may not be. No one could get a decient boil going. Too windy and to cold. The beer froze in my cup and the 1.5 liter bottle I keep my home brew in froze. I had Ice beer? very "rich"? The people count was down because of the temperatures. I guess even the most hardy were smarter than me. When I took the grain out of the kettle and put it in a bucket it froze there. It is still in the garage waiting for Spring?

I have the movies transferred to the computer but mom is home from vacation and I have to see to her first! Cheers all! Keep warm!
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Post by PistolPatch » 5 years ago

BobBrews wrote:I can't wait for next year!
:lol: :lol: :lol:

Good on you Bob!Can't write any more - laughing too much...
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Post by Ziggybrew » 5 years ago

I actually thought of Bob when the bitter, cold wind blasted against me. "Well at least I'm not brewing on a frozen lake or anything crazy like that".

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Post by BobBrews » 5 years ago

All,

Here is the video from Saturday February 11th 2012. http://youtu.be/RQgOa5u1fes
Enjoy (or don't)
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Post by Squared » 5 years ago

^HAHA!

Thats a great insight to the challenges you faced and the good spirits you stayed in.

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Post by thughes » 5 years ago

Hey Bob, no ice fishing? The only thing better than brewing and drinking beer is brewing and drinking beer while fishing! You're already out there, might as well drop a line in or at least put out a few tip-ups. If they're biting you could be frying up some perch or pike fillets while your waiting for the mash to finish.

:idiot:

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PS: I gave up ice fishing years ago because I couldn't figure out how to keep my beer from freezing before I could drink it.
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Post by Yeasty » 5 years ago

Well done Bob, I don't suppose it gets anymore extreme than that.. :clap: :clap: :clap:

PP is going to show the other side of the coin and go brewing in the deserts of Western Australia wearing only a pair of "Budgie Smugglers" and a pair of "thongs". (google for translation). :lol:
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Post by joshua » 5 years ago

Good Day, I know about the "thongs" but I really don't think I want to see "Budgie Smugglers".
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Post by PistolPatch » 5 years ago

Don't be silly guys. It is way too hot in the desert to just wear thongs and budgie smugglers. Here's some pics of me and my lovely wife on our last desert brew day (Nullabor Desert) showing appropriate desert attire...
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Post by kostass » 5 years ago

ha hahhaha hahahaha
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