HOMEBREW Digest #4551 Mon 28 June 2004

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  Capital Brewery - Autumnal Fire (ckeenan1031)
  pressure cooker gasket--where to find? ("Janie Curry")
  New BJCP Style Guidelines FAQ (Ed Westemeier)
  Still not receiving the digest? (Fred Johnson)
  You're not alone... (root)

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---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Mon, 28 Jun 2004 12:09:03 -0400 From: ckeenan1031 at netscape.net Subject: Capital Brewery - Autumnal Fire Hello all, I do have a question. I am somewhat new to homebrewing (about a year). I made a trip to Madison, WI a while ago and stopped at the Capital Brewery (what a place) and sampled their Autumnal Fire (what a drink). I was wondering if there is a clone recipe out there anywhere. Thanks for the help! Chris Keenan Arlington, MA Return to table of contents
Date: Mon, 28 Jun 2004 21:42:22 +0000 From: "Janie Curry" <houndandcalico at hotmail.com> Subject: pressure cooker gasket--where to find? Brewers, I picked up a small used pressure cooker for use as an autoclave in hopes of eventually sterilizing auger plates for yeast ranching. Any idea where I can find replacement lid gaskets online? I've tried a few hardware stores without success. Todd in Idaho Return to table of contents
Date: Mon, 28 Jun 2004 20:25:34 -0400 From: Ed Westemeier <hopfen at malz.com> Subject: New BJCP Style Guidelines FAQ You can find the new BJCP Style Guidelines on our website <www.bjcp.org> but here are a few FAQs that may help dispel some confusion. When will the new guidelines become effective? The new guidelines are effective as of July 1, 2004. The previous guidelines (the 1999 version as amended) will also continue to be effective through December 31, 2004. During this six-month transition period, competition organizers will be free to choose which set of guidelines to use. Which guidelines should I use as a brewer who enters competitions? You should decide based on the wishes of the organizer of the competitions you enter most frequently. The differences in style descriptions are small for most categories, so you should encounter no real difficulty. Which guidelines should I study when preparing for the BJCP Exam? Questions related to the changes in the new guidelines will not appear on the exam until after January 1, 2005. Exam takers will not be responsible for the new style guidelines on the exam prior to that date, but references on the exam to the new style guidelines by exam takers prior to that date will be taken into account by the exam graders. What exactly happens on January 1, 2005? On that date, the new style guidelines will become the only official BJCP style guidelines. The previous guidelines will be moved to the archive area of our website, and will still be available for reference. Organizers of competitions held after that date will be expected to use the new guidelines to obtain BJCP sanctioning. Ed Westemeier BJCP Communication Director Return to table of contents
Date: Mon, 28 Jun 2004 21:19:02 -0400 From: Fred Johnson <FLJohnson at portbridge.com> Subject: Still not receiving the digest? Am I the only one who is still not receiving the digest? Fred L Johnson Apex, North Carolina, USA Return to table of contents
Date: Mon, 28 Jun 2004 21:57:25 -0400 From: root <root at brew.hbd.org> Subject: You're not alone... Greetings, Beerlings! Drown me in your lager... If you are wondering if you're the only one out there not recieving their Digest, no. You're not. Still fighting the demons that control sendmail in this particular distributionof Linux. Assuming there are enough posts in the queue, today's Digest will be piped through a simplified routine in the hopes that will cure the curent ills... Working on it... See ya... -p Return to table of contents
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