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Offline canadianbacon

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New pizza I made tonight
« on: September 25, 2004, 09:57:45 PM »
Hi guys,

here's a 16-1/4" pizza I made tonight.

see the whole series of images here:

http://www.sendpix.com/albums/04092518/mxs94wmooy/

17 images in all ( 2 pages )

if you are bored you can check out my beer making pictures
from yesterday ( I make beer from grain like the breweries )

http://www.sendpix.com/albums/04092409/qh0n905ih6/
and here:
http://www.sendpix.com/albums/04092413/4nfsjdbycp/
http://www.sendpix.com/albums/04092408/2lffx374v3/
and good ones here:
http://www.sendpix.com/albums/04092315/1utep16ln8/

HomeBrewing is a huge thing in both Canada and the U.S.A, plenty of groups on this, beer is so expensive also, - imagine making a 5 gallon batch of beer for about $8.  It's amazing :-)
and nothing goes better with pizza than beer :-)

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Re:New pizza I made tonight
« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2004, 10:34:11 PM »
Looks good.  What style would you call it?

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Re:New pizza I made tonight
« Reply #2 on: September 26, 2004, 12:14:18 AM »
Looks tasty. :)
So does the brew.

How long have you been brewing beer at home?
I have thought many times to do it but I get all wrapped up in something else and forget about it for a while. But while my interest is peaked once again and I have the time on hand right now. I may give it a shot.
Where do you suggest I look for the answers to my many questions and what do you recommend that I do to get started brewingl ;D
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Re:New pizza I made tonight
« Reply #3 on: September 26, 2004, 08:26:57 AM »
Hi DKM  ;D

I have no clue what style this would fall under, I just started throwing ingredients together, as I usually do, so I guess it's a mixture of a few times LOL, I really can't say though, but it was good, and each slice was pretty heavy.  I DO like thick dough but I also like thin dough.



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Re:New pizza I made tonight
« Reply #4 on: September 26, 2004, 08:39:47 AM »
Hi Foccaciaman,

Some good places are here: http://www.tastybrew.com/forum/

Tastybrew.com is full of Americans, and I bet you will find people in your area.  Ask questions and they will be answered, a nice bunch of people.

you can also go to our group website which is here:
Members Of Barleyment - it's a Canadian website
http://barleyment.wort.ca/

The guy that owns Members Of Barleyment has his own brewing
website, - so he owns Members Of Barleyment which is mainly for us around this area, but the owner has his own site which caters to mostly Americans, that website is here:
http://www.bodensatz.com/index.php

His beer forum is here:
http://www.bodensatz.com/forum/index.php

Now if you want to see what OUR local guy's club looks like go here:
http://barleyment.wort.ca/gallery/view_album.php?set_albumName=MoB
and click on BSB4 - which is short for BigStrangeBrew 4.  It was held
at a guy's house in his big backyard, - many guys brewed that day, - everybody came with their brewing equipment and made beer ! - what a fun day !
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All the guys in this club do all grain brewing now, - it's done with 100% grain, and this grain or "malt" is bought from the big companies that supply our major breweries.

Down in the States, it's the same thing, guys buy from the suppliers for Coors, Budweiser etc.... we do the same process as the big guys, but on a tiny scale.

Only 8.5 lbs of grain produces 5 gallons of beer at 5% alcohol.  - And it's darn cheap.

Btw, if you wish to get into brewing, go to your local homebrewing store, and buy a kit........ there are so many brands to choose from,
- it's so easy to do, and so much cheaper than buying beer.  However it is a hobby, and it's not like make the beer and an hour you are drinking it... there's a bit of time involved.

To answer your question I've beenbrewing now for about 15 years on and off - I only started all grain brewing last March, so I'm very new to it, but make some good beer at the moment.


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Re:New pizza I made tonight
« Reply #5 on: September 26, 2004, 10:02:16 AM »
Hi DKM  ;D

I have no clue what style this would fall under, I just started throwing ingredients together, as I usually do, so I guess it's a mixture of a few times LOL, I really can't say though, but it was good, and each slice was pretty heavy.  I DO like thick dough but I also like thin dough.

I understand.  I like pizza.  I guess we can call it a CB style pan! ;)

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Re:New pizza I made tonight
« Reply #6 on: September 26, 2004, 10:21:41 AM »
hahahaha ! good one hehe  ;D   ;D
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Re:New pizza I made tonight
« Reply #7 on: September 26, 2004, 10:37:24 AM »
Thanks alot for the info CB  ;D ;D ;D
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Re:New pizza I made tonight
« Reply #8 on: September 26, 2004, 11:01:11 AM »
No problemo :-))

Btw, if you want a really easy way to start into homebrewing,

there are now kits available that need NO boiling at all !

1. Open the box of liquid extract concentrate
2. Pour it into a 5 gallon white bucket
3. Add cold tap water up to the 5 gallon mark
4. Sprinkle the yeast on top
5. Close the lid
6. Put the airlock on and wait about 5-7 days for fermentation
to complete.

That's it ! - then bottle !

I tried one of these kits about 4 months ago and it was devine !

All of this stuff is available at good homebeer and wine making stores
in your area.

By the way, an airl lock is a simple device worth about 75 cents,, - it sticks out of the top of the fermentor bucket ( it fits into a hole in the lid)
.... it lets Co2 gas out of the fermenter bucket as the wort turns into beer, but doesn't let air into the bucket.

wort is the term for the liquid mixture before it turns into beer.  Once the yeast is sprinkled onto the "wort" , the yeast eats at the sugars in the wort ( liquid ) and turns that liquid into beer.

This is why homebrew stores can sell beer kits legally - because without the addition of yeast, there is no alcohol in the liquid and therefore no laws are broken.

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Re:New pizza I made tonight
« Reply #9 on: September 26, 2004, 11:28:09 AM »
Here are some pics of that brew kit I made... I had to look around
for the images but dug 'em up  ;D

click here to see all the pix:
http://www.sendpix.com/albums/04092608/4bqyp2m5kk/

I've cropped some of them so you can get a better look at the stuff.

Anyway there are many companies that make this sort of kit that requires no boiling.......
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