[Namron] Brewing

Matt Reynolds woof231 at cox.net
Mon Jan 5 14:42:10 PST 2004


Pray tell.  How would YOU know if Constance is loud or not?  Inquiring (and
perverted) minds want to know!!!!
  -----Original Message-----
  From: namron-bounces at ansteorra.org [mailto:namron-bounces at ansteorra.org]On
Behalf Of muriel at entelesoft.com
  Sent: Monday, January 05, 2004 9:56 AM
  To: 'Barony of Namron'
  Subject: RE: [Namron] Brewing

  Indeed, Barat speaks true when he says it smells wonderful.  The smells of
boiling and fermenting honey are the primary reason I encourage my Duncan
Beag to start the HBBVM Brewing Extension at our house. It must be good if I
want loud men* making messes in my kitchen!  :)


  *Constance isn't loud.  :P
    -----Original Message-----
    From: namron-bounces at ansteorra.org
[mailto:namron-bounces at ansteorra.org]On Behalf Of Rostislav
    Sent: Sunday, January 04, 2004 12:05 PM
    To: namron at ansteorra.org
    Subject: [Namron] Brewing

    To the experienced brewers in the barony I ask this question before I
start my first batch,

    I found the new brew shop in Norman by accident and had some money to
burn. It is next to the Red Horse Cafe on West Main.

    Does fermenting honey smell? How Bad? I don't want to have to throw away
clothing or tear out carpet if I can avoid it.
    If you have an overly excited ferment and it blows out through the
airlock are we talking simply overflow down the sides of the jug or
energetic expulsion across all available surfaces? I am trying to determine
the best place to set up my fermentation area and what kind of containment
it will need to minimize disasters.
    I'm an old boy scout and like to be prepared.

    Thanks Barat for your extensive article on brewing. It answered all my
questions but the above.

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