Welcome from Rochester!

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by kblankenship11, Aug 15, 2012.

  1. kblankenship11

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    I have been homebrewing for about a year now and it has quickly become an obsession!! Rochester is probably most well known for its Gennesee brewery which has been around for more than 100 years. The craft-brew scene in upstate NY seems to be growing in popularity.

    I've been brewing extract for a while and am jumping into all-grain this week... The tools on this site have been invaluable to me, I see myself being a member for years to come, cheers!
     
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    Welcome kblankenship11! Glad you are enjoying the site!
     
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    BrewHop New Member

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    Good luck on your first all grain!
     
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    Hey! Rochester! Nice. I'm in Lewiston, about 25 mins north of Buffalo.

    And I'm new here too! Absolutely LOVE this site for saving my recipes.

    Welcome to both of us, I guess. Haha.

    I'll be in Rochester on 9/15 for a concert at Water Street. Love it.
     
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    K-Blank 1-2-da-1: you need to get your head into this batch, man. Are you using a program, Beersmith or the like, that calculates all your strike water temps, etc.? What's the beer? Why you talking to us? Just kidding...sort of. I'm just a few batches ahead of you, but if you have any questions, post them here - maybe you can learn from our mistakes.
    Don't walk away from any filling pot, be it liquor, mash or boil, until it fills well the valve - wort all over the floor is a heartbreaker.
     

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