Community recipe?

Discussion in 'Brewer’s Friend Community Recipe Discussion' started by Sunfire96, Nov 1, 2020.

  1. Donoroto

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    @Craigerrr I suggest the master list of community brews recently created by @Sunfire96 is the one to be locked.

    I envision it as either a series of posts, one post each quarter year, with a link to that quarter's recipe, or possibly a single post with a list of all the recipes.

    From a forum management perspective, the thread is locked until a moderator unlocks it, allowing whomever will be updating it that quarter to make changes. It then gets re-locked.
     
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    I don't see a way to do this with my moderator actions, but we can always have a point person reply in the master list and we can edit, or delete that post so it is clear who the new leader is for the community recipes.
     
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    #403 soccerdad, Jan 20, 2021
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    Czech Dark Lager - first real taste when kegged, carbed and cooled.
    A delightful beer. Fantastic malt aroma .. The kind of smell you want a beer to have unless you are looking for a hop bomb. Great pillow head and good retention. I assume this is midnight wheat doing its job. And doing it well. I would like just a touch more hop flavor/aroma. My 3G batch had 1oz Czech Saaz at 15. In future I might keep it at 1oz but do half at 15 and half at flameout. It's never too early to sample beer, so 10am is good .. Especially on a historic day . This beer is a winner. It has been a long time since I have made a Dunkel or a Schwartzbier. Just not inspired by previous ok pretty good beers. But this one will be brewed again. Dominik Hasek would approve.
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    Nice reference to a Hall of fame Czech there! "The Dominator" is three halls of fame, NHL, IIHF, and Czech.

    Oh, and let's hope that there is no violence today.
     
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    In my house we just call him the GOAT
     
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    I got an almost chocolate character out of my Shady BO when I was kegging it, is that about on what others got?
     
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    Should I wear my '98 Olympic jersey for the zoom? I'm seventh generation American, but it was still a great moment to see them beat the Russians. Family came from a little town near Pilzen in the 1880s.
     
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    Sounds right, just a slight bit of chocolate and a mild roastiness is the target.
     
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    Yes cause I think it'll drive the Canadians nuts:D:D:D
    It's always impressive that such a small country produced 2 of the NHL's all-time greats in Hasek and Jagr
     
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    In the aroma yes. Not in the taste - yet - but that may develop as the beer matures. I added.my dark grains for the last 10 minutes of the mash. I hope I didn't cheat them.
     
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    Slavs too. Stan Mikita lived in the town I went to college in. Our school gave him an honorary degree the year I graduated. We had a couple of occasions to be side by side at a local watering hole during those years. One of us was legal age. I really admired him as a player, but tried not to be starstruck when he was at the bar.
     
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    Obviously never seen him play but an all-time great. Pretty nasty too for only being 5'9". Perhaps his biggest contribution though was (supposedly) inventing the curved stick blade. Completely revolutionized the game.
     
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    Chocolate toffee. I got a touch of diacetyl, appropriate to style, giving a slightly buttery flavor. It's not intense but very satisfying and at 4.9%, poundable, if desired.
     
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    I haven't properly sampled it yet but now I'm looking forward to it.
     
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    I did as well. No diacetyl in mine but I did my usual process. I bet a touch would go nicely with the chocolate undertones I got.
     
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    Or you can just unlock the thread briefly, let whomever do what they need to, and re-lock it.
    Or let them delegate the updates to you...

    But I think you're correct, a control to allow only certain users to edit a thread is not a thing, I don't think even at the Superadmin level.
     
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    Drat! The secret is out.

    What I meant to say is, I could definitely totally do that. If I really wanted to I mean.
     
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    That's a really nice looking brew.
     
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    #420 Sunfire96, Jan 27, 2021
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    To anyone with Shady Bohemian somehow left undrunk: the January zoom meeting is scheduled for this Saturday 1/30/21 (in North America) if anyone wants to compare tasting notes. I think some folks might even have Wayner's pale ale ready. Zoom meeting info is stickied to the top of General brewing discussions:
    https://www.brewersfriend.com/forum/forums/general-brewing-discussions.3/
     

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