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Patent No. 20110036840A1: Ring Pull Can Cap

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Tue, 02/17/2015 - 21:25
Today in 2011, US Patent 20110036840 A1 was issued, an invention of Tal Zakai, for his “Ring Pull Can Cap.” Here’s the Abstract: The present innovation is a dual purpose “ring-pull/can cap”, which performs as both a sealing cap for metal beverage cans in addition to its...

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Periodic Table of Beer Styles Poster – $6.91 Shipped, Best Price

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/17/2015 - 20:19
36″ by 24″ Periodic Table of Beer Styles Poster. 2/17/15 10:16 PM Central: We had this on HBF several days ago at $6.91 with free shipping.  In relatively short order it shot up to right around $11.  If you missed out on that, it’s back down to $6.91.  That’s the best historical Amazon price I […]
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Beer Birthday: Wendy Littlefield

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Tue, 02/17/2015 - 17:59
Today is Wendy Littlefield’s 59th birthday. Wendy, along with her husband, ran the Belgian export company Vanberg & DeWulf, until quite recently, when the business was sold, although they’ll continue for several more months with the company before starting the next chapter. Their...

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Mangrove Jack’s British Series Apple Cider Kit – $38.99

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/17/2015 - 17:42
Mangrove Jack’s British Series Craft Apple Cider Kit or Here Description: “Each of our cider varieties has been formulated with only the freshest and best quality fruit which is then pressed and concentrated using state of the art evaporators, and then cold filled into a pouch. All this effort we go to ensures we preserve the […]
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Patent No. 5718161A: Beer Brewing System And Method

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Tue, 02/17/2015 - 17:35
Today in 1998, US Patent 5718161 A was issued, an invention of Leigh P. Beadle, for his “Beer Brewing System And Method.” Here’s the Abstract: There is provided a system for brewing beer particularly suited for a brew pub setting. The invention utilizes a cooker to heat water and...

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Helltown Brewing now featured in Beer T-Shirt of the Month Club (deadline midnight on 2/18)

BeerPulse - Tue, 02/17/2015 - 16:22

Sponsored [Paid] Post by Beer T-Shirt of the Month Club:

Need something new to wear while hibernating through these bitter months? We have just the thing! The Beer T-Shirt of the Month Club offers the excitement you need—new clothes and mail! Each month, members of the Beer T-Shirt Club receive a high-quality, uniquely designed T-shirt promoting a different craft brewery. With one-month, six-month, or twelve-month memberships, the Beer T-Shirt of the Month Club will brighten these sunless days.

To join Beer T-Shirt Club, visit out website: www.beertshirtclub.com

Visit us on Facebook

This month, our T-shirt will feature Helltown Brewing out of Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania. Truly a labor of love, Helltown Brewing began as a small group of home brewers and is named in honor of its historic roots. During the late 1700’s the area that would later become known as Mount Pleasant, was a bustling crossroads on the route between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. With the lush farmlands and busy roadways, the area became a hotbed of whiskey production and distribution. Bootlegging and lawlessness quickly spread and as its infamy grew, the once quiet community came to be known as “Helltown”. With beer names like Purgatory, Idle Hands, Reaper’s Harvest, Perverse Stout, this brewery is anything but innocent. As the brewers at Helltown like to say, “The Devil is in the details”. A really fun concept for a brewery in such a historic area of Pennsylvania!

Visit Helltown Brewing’s website.

Make a Beer T-Shirt Club membership part of your Winter Survival Kit right away! The designs will add some interest, drink inspiration, and entertainment to your dark winter nights.

HOW THE BEER T-Shirt Club™ WORKS:
The BEER T-Shirt Club™ invites you to be a part of an elite crew of beer fans with style. Each month you can expect a great shirt from us featuring the most interesting and far flung breweries, micro-breweries, and bars.
WHAT WILL I RECEIVE?
Every Month one new RARE, top quality, 6.1 oz, all cotton, professionally screen-printed T-shirt with a new design from some out of the way Micro Brewery.
HOW MUCH WILL IT COST?
Club Membership is only $19.95 per month, that’s it! Shipping and Handling INCLUDED!! Add a few bucks for the guys who really like their beer! ~. ($2.50 for XXL and $3.50 for XXXL)
HOW WILL MY SHIRTS BE SHIPPED?
Your shirt will be delivered to you via Priority Mail. (International Memberships are welcomed and are shipped Air Mail. Rates may vary.)
HOW DO I GET A FREE T-SHIRT?
Sign up for a 6 month or 12 month membership, and we will give you one month free.

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Helltown Brewing now featured in Beer T-Shirt of the Month Club (deadline midnight on 2/18)

BeerNews.org - Tue, 02/17/2015 - 16:22

Sponsored [Paid] Post by Beer T-Shirt of the Month Club:

Need something new to wear while hibernating through these bitter months? We have just the thing! The Beer T-Shirt of the Month Club offers the excitement you need—new clothes and mail! Each month, members of the Beer T-Shirt Club receive a high-quality, uniquely designed T-shirt promoting a different craft brewery. With one-month, six-month, or twelve-month memberships, the Beer T-Shirt of the Month Club will brighten these sunless days.

To join Beer T-Shirt Club, visit out website: www.beertshirtclub.com

Visit us on Facebook

This month, our T-shirt will feature Helltown Brewing out of Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania. Truly a labor of love, Helltown Brewing began as a small group of home brewers and is named in honor of its historic roots. During the late 1700’s the area that would later become known as Mount Pleasant, was a bustling crossroads on the route between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. With the lush farmlands and busy roadways, the area became a hotbed of whiskey production and distribution. Bootlegging and lawlessness quickly spread and as its infamy grew, the once quiet community came to be known as “Helltown”. With beer names like Purgatory, Idle Hands, Reaper’s Harvest, Perverse Stout, this brewery is anything but innocent. As the brewers at Helltown like to say, “The Devil is in the details”. A really fun concept for a brewery in such a historic area of Pennsylvania!

Visit Helltown Brewing’s website.

Make a Beer T-Shirt Club membership part of your Winter Survival Kit right away! The designs will add some interest, drink inspiration, and entertainment to your dark winter nights.

HOW THE BEER T-Shirt Club™ WORKS:
The BEER T-Shirt Club™ invites you to be a part of an elite crew of beer fans with style. Each month you can expect a great shirt from us featuring the most interesting and far flung breweries, micro-breweries, and bars.
WHAT WILL I RECEIVE?
Every Month one new RARE, top quality, 6.1 oz, all cotton, professionally screen-printed T-shirt with a new design from some out of the way Micro Brewery.
HOW MUCH WILL IT COST?
Club Membership is only $19.95 per month, that’s it! Shipping and Handling INCLUDED!! Add a few bucks for the guys who really like their beer! ~. ($2.50 for XXL and $3.50 for XXXL)
HOW WILL MY SHIRTS BE SHIPPED?
Your shirt will be delivered to you via Priority Mail. (International Memberships are welcomed and are shipped Air Mail. Rates may vary.)
HOW DO I GET A FREE T-SHIRT?
Sign up for a 6 month or 12 month membership, and we will give you one month free.

Social Media Updates:

 

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Bayou Classic SP1 Jet Burner… $34.55, Best Price

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/17/2015 - 15:48
SP1 Jet Burner from Bayou Classic.  Use to…. Brew your beer!  Heat up strike. sparge and mash out water for all grain.  Boil full volume all grain and extract batches. Features: Single burner patio stove features a round 14-inch cooking surface Heavy-duty welded steel frame stands 12 inches high Powerful 185,000-BTU jet flame with pivoting flame spreader; […]
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20% Off Edelmetall Bru Burner – Tonight Only

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/17/2015 - 14:10
Get 20% Off Northern Brewer’s Edelmetall™ Brü Burner tonight from 6 to 10 PM Central Time 72,000 BTU’s, Precise needle valve, Adjusts to different kettle sizes, banjo style burner.  Optional leg extensions are also available. Details: Great beer starts with premium ingredients. And great brewers start with Edelmetall™. Because Edelmetall™ uses raw materials that surpass even […]
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Tool-less Hose Clamps

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/17/2015 - 12:07
Tool-less Tubing Clamps available in a variety of sizes.  Double grip design – second row of teeth for a more secure grip vs conventional nylon clamps.  Made from UV/Heat Stabilized 6/6 Nylon.  Operating temperature 0 -40C to 124C/225F – up to occasional peaks of 340F, Resists pressures up to 200 PSI (dependent on clamp size […]
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Beer Birthday: Marty Jones

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Tue, 02/17/2015 - 12:01
Today is my friend and colleague Marty Jones’ birthday, though how old the eternally young Mr. Jones may be is anybody’s guess. Marty’s a beer journalist, brewery rep., musician, and much more. Join me in wishing Marty a very happy birthday. Marty Jones — along with his Brewbadors...

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7.9 and 17.2 Gallon Speidel Kellermeister Conicals – On Sale

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/17/2015 - 11:42
Kellermeister Conical Fermenters are available in both 7.9 and 17.2 Gallon Sizes.  Conical design for easy harvesting of yeast.  “Dipping Edge” Technology lid – airlock is integrated into lid.  Made from tough, food safe polyethylene.  Steel FPT Ports.  Included thermometer in top port.  Designed and manufactured by Speidel in Germany. The 7.9 Gallon size has been […]
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Patent No. 1526945A: Hop Picker

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Tue, 02/17/2015 - 10:36
Today in 1925, US Patent 1526945 A was issued, an invention of Daniel E. Williamson, for his “Hop Picker.” There’s no Abstract, and the application is a little hard to read because of the mistakes the character reader made, which was in higher numbers than usual. But essentially...

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Pair Ball Lock QDs (Gas & Liquid) $7.99, $4/QD Shipped

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/17/2015 - 09:50
Pair of ball lock (1 liquid and 1 gas) quick disconnects for $5.99.  Shipping is $2.  That figures to $4 per QD shipped.  This is via eBay.  The seller has a few other keg related items. Check it out – Here Also Consider: 1/4″ MFL Ball Lock QD – Gas – Liquid Recent Great Deals:
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Stainless Immersion Wort Chiller – $49.99 Shipped

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/17/2015 - 09:03
Product Description – Here – Use coupon code BEERDEAL to get this discount. Availability: This is a More Beer Deal of the Day. Quantities are limited. Check the Deal of the Day section - Here - to see if this is still available. Stainless Steel Wort Chiller (25′ x 3/8 in With Tubing) WC111 – $49.99 + […]
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Beer Captured by Tess and Mark Szamatulsk – $12.09

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/17/2015 - 07:51
Beer Captured by Tess and Mark Szamatulski.  Features 150 Clone Beer Recipes including charts on mash guidelines, beer styles, hop chart, water profiles for famous beer regions and more. 2/17/15 9:49 AM Central: Beer Captured is selling for $12.09.  That’s just 2 cents off the best historical Amazon price I can find.  Shipping is free with Prime or […]
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Avery Water Resistant Wrap Around Labels – $11.59, Best Price

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/17/2015 - 07:32
Avery 22845 9 3/4″ x 1.25″ Wrap Around Labels.  Water Resistant.  Print to the Edge Capable. Since these are water resistant and wrap around, these should work well for labeling your bottled homebrew.  Depending on what you’re going for, at 9 3/4″ in length, you could halve these to double the number of usable labels. […]
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Beer In Ads #1468: House Building

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Mon, 02/16/2015 - 22:52
Monday’s ad is for Budweiser, from sometime in the late 1940s or early Fifties, is my guess. A couple looks over a tiny house model for what looks like it will be an actual tiny house when built full size. I know it’s just a scale model, but it looks like a one-room studio home...

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Weldless 304 Stainless Bulkhead – $12.25 Shipped

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 02/16/2015 - 20:30
Stainless Steel Bulkhead Assembly.  Stainless steel bulkhead with lock nut, half inch threaded nipple, two high temperature silicone orings, one flat washer and one half inch coupling.  All metal parts are made of 304 stainless steel. Use to install a valve or thermometer in your kettle, bucket mash tun or HLT. 2/16/15 10:30 PM Central: […]
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Regulator, Tubing, Faucet & Ball Lock QDs – $76.99

Homebrew Finds - Mon, 02/16/2015 - 20:21
This basic kegging setup gets you… a high quality Taprite Regulator (with tool-less adjustment), beverage tubing, gas tubing, hose clamps, faucet,  Ball Lock liquid QD and Ball Lock gas QD.  This has been on sale but dropped a couple more dollars to $76.99 You need a ball lock keg and a CO2 Tank to complete […]
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