Who I am, What I do

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Dan
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Twonky wrote:.. hobbies include medieval fencing (with bastard swords in stead of knitting needles ;-) ..
Until I read the bit in brackets about swords, I was picturing neatly stacked long lines of stones, dividing green grassy hills into smaller paddocks. :lol:

Welcome aboard Twonky. May each brew be less twonky than the last :beer:

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Dan wrote: I was picturing neatly stacked long lines of stones, dividing green grassy hills into smaller paddocks.
:lol:

Yeah like that would be a great hobby.... however if I could get a few green grassy hills, last time I checked we didn't have many of those around :)

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hi twonky, where in NL are you?
what about the utrechtse heuvelrug!! heavily mountainous!
if you're an ant

Twonky

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hi dinnerstick,

I'ld not call the utrechtse heuvelrug, mountainous!
But yes it is a nice area, regretfully I live in a the flevo polder, so no older forests and the highest mountains we have are speed bumps, and lots of them ;-)

So for now my hopes are vested in http://www.diebergkomter.nl/

I grew up in Devon south England, also no real mountains, but lots of lovely rolling hills..... and Cider ;-)
Not as complex as a good beer, but still...

:cheers:
Cheers

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Twonky wrote:
So for now my hopes are vested in http://www.diebergkomter.nl/
that's bonkers!

devon is lovely, i was in exmoor, dartmoor, and the south coast last year! love me some nice dry cider.

Twonky

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dinnerstick wrote: devon is lovely, i was in exmoor, dartmoor, and the south coast last year! love me some nice dry cider.
Totally agree ;-)
This year we are heading up to Scotland mostly west coast highlands ;-)

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Greetings,

I told myself I wouldn't join another forum, yet here I am!

I'm located in Belgium and have been brewing for nearly 20 years. After reading through that really long BM thread on that other forum, I decided to bite the bullet and buy myself a 20L Braumeister for my 40th birthday. Some go for sports cars when the midlife crisis hits, I go for sports kettles. I only picked it up yesterday, so I haven't even had a chance to brew with it. I'm looking forward to it!

Cheers!

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Twonky wrote:
Totally agree ;-)
This year we are heading up to Scotland mostly west coast highlands ;-)

:cheers:
Cheers
WHISKYYYY!!! last time in those parts i spent a couple days on islay... ohboy!

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Elderberry wrote:Greetings,

I told myself I wouldn't join another forum, yet here I am!

I'm located in Belgium and have been brewing for nearly 20 years. After reading through that really long BM thread on that other forum, I decided to bite the bullet and buy myself a 20L Braumeister for my 40th birthday. Some go for sports cars when the midlife crisis hits, I go for sports kettles. I only picked it up yesterday, so I haven't even had a chance to brew with it. I'm looking forward to it!

Cheers!
congrats, happy birthday, and welcome to the club!

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Elderberry wrote:
...I go for sports kettles....

Cheers!
I like that one! :beer:

Happy birthday!
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cpa4ny wrote:
Elderberry wrote:
...I go for sports kettles....

Cheers!
I like that one! :beer:

Happy birthday!
can we expect a glossy red paint job??

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dinnerstick wrote:
cpa4ny wrote:
Elderberry wrote:
...I go for sports kettles....

Cheers!
I like that one! :beer:

Happy birthday!
can we expect a glossy red paint job??
Oooh, I like it!

Twonky

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dinnerstick wrote: WHISKYYYY!!! last time in those parts i spent a couple days on islay... ohboy!
Yep Islay has very good whisky :)

Twonky

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Elderberry wrote:
dinnerstick wrote:
cpa4ny wrote:
I like that one! :beer:

Happy birthday!
can we expect a glossy red paint job??
Oooh, I like it!
Welcome Elderberry!

And planning any spoilers?
on the sports kettle that is ;-)

On a side note ever tried any Elderberry flower wine?
(also I learned to appreciate in devonshire product ;- )

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Twonky wrote: On a side note ever tried any Elderberry flower wine?
(also I learned to appreciate in devonshire product ;- )

:cheers:
Cheers
i have a pretty good recipe for that.... and believe it or not it involves the braumeister (for bottle pasteurization) !!

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