Smaltz Brewing Company - He'Brew (The Chosen Beer) Hops Collection
David's Slingshot - Pours golden, like an American lager, large head that subsides, rye aroma. Blend of multi-grain malts, an emphasis on hops w/o being excessively hoppy. Citrus taste from the hops. Malts: Specialist 2-row, Carmel Pils, Rye Ale, Crystal Rye, Vienna, Wheat, Flaked Oats Hops: Cascade, SAAZ, Summit, Citra, Crystal
Genesis Dry, so dry you could be excused for wanting a glass of water to go with your beer. Bready, not biscuity, like a fresh sourdough loaf, almost makes you want to spread butter over your beer. Just enough hops to be interesting rather than annoying. Just a little sweet on the back end, so subtle you'll likely miss it on the first sip. Watery mouth feel. 5.5% ACL. Malts: Specialty 2-row, Munich, Core Munich 40, Wheat, Dark Crystal Hops: Warrior, Centennial, Cascade, Simcoe
Bittersweet Lenny's R.I.P.A. Double Rye (an ode to comedian Lenny Bruce). Pours very dark amber, small head. Aroma of sweet rye bread. Sweet honey taste w/o being cloying, washed away by the hops. Strong rye flavor, much more than Slingshot. Malts: 2-row, Rye Ale Malt, Torrified Rye, Crystal Rye 75, Crystal Malt 80, Wheat, Kiln Amber, Core Munich 60 Hops: Warrior, Cascade, Simcoe, Saaz, Crystal, Chinook, Amarillo, Centennial
Hop Manna IPA Pours medium amber with a good head. Little distinct aroma. For the hops enthusiast who doesn't want other flavors getting in the way, but still not so hoppy that the hops get in the way of the hops. Hoppy enough to satisfy most hops heads without making your tongue feel like it is under assault from the Hop High Command. Malt: Specialty 2-row, Wheat, Munich, Vienna, Core Munich 60 HOPS: Warior, Cascade, Citra, Amarillo, Crystal, Centennial Dry Hop: Centennial, Cascade, Citra
Even though hoppy beers aren't my preference, Smaltz/He'Brew were 4 out of 4 winners. If you see this brand, grab it with both hands. Even if I hated the beer, I'd be a fan because each bottle lists the malts and hops, giving the home brewer a shot at replicating the brew and the expert consumer a hint of what the beer is going to taste like before purchasing.
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This podcast marked our first anniversary, but rather than cutting things short and disappearing down the pub, we brought you a veritable feast of a show.
Kicking off with all the news that matters, we moved on to give you a first impression of a lightweight Spanish distro. After your feedback, for our main feature we looked at a BSD that’s aiming to make life easier for the regular desktop user. Rounding things off, we discussed another recent notable anniversary – that of Ubuntu turning ten years old – and ruminated on what Canonical has brought to the Linux world over the last decade, and whether their influence is set to continue.
Head on over to our website for full show notes with links to everything we talked about, and for an opportunity to comment.
Finally, a huge thank you to everyone who has listened and supported us over the last year – the reception the show has received has been nothing short of fantastic. We’ll be doing it all again in two weeks time, and look forward to your company.
In this episode: Recalling OSCON 2014.
18 interviews with speakers of upcoming OSCON 2014
The O'Reilly Open Source Convention—or OSCON, as it's popularly known—is one of the world's premier open source events. For more than a decade, open-minded developers, innovators, and business people have gathered for this weeklong event, which explores cutting edge developments in the open source ecosystem. This year, Opensource.com visited OSCON, held July 20–July 24 at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, OR (USA).
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Open source talks: OSCON 2014 speaker interviews
Eagerly awaiting another year of open source wonders, the Opensource.com community caught up with a handful of notable OSCON speakers to gather behind-the-scenes stories about their passions for open source. Our eBook book collects the interviews we conducted.
Read more: http://opensource.com/resources/oscon-2014-interviews
Keynotes from OSCON 2014 Day 1
Our own Jason Hibbets and Jen Wike were live blogging from OSCON 2014! Day 1 talks include:
Shadaj Laddad: The wonders of programming
Making a difference through open source
Wendy Chisholm: Introvert? Extrovert? Klingon? We've got you covered.
Bringing OpenStack based cloud to the enterprise
Will Marshall: Building an API for the planet with a new approach to satellites
Read more: http://opensource.com/life/14/7/oscon-2014Keynotes from OSCON 2014 Day 2
We're back with keynote coverage on Day 2 of OSCON 2014! Day 2 talks include:
Tim Bray: Threats
Racing Change: Accelerating Innovation Through Radical Transparency
Simon Wardly: Anticipating the futurean introduction to value chain mapping
Checking Your Privilege: A How-To for Hard Things Leslie Hawthorn (Elasticsearch)
Tim O'Reilly: What kind of world do we want to build?
Read more: http://opensource.com/business/14/7/keynotes-day-2-oscon-2014Keynotes from OSCON 2014 Day 3
We're back with keynote coverage on Day 3 of OSCON 2014! Day 3 talks include:
Andrew Sorensen: The concert programmer
Frank Willison Award for contributions to the Python community
Beth Flanagan: Yes, your refrigerator is trying to kill you: Bad actors and the Internet of Things
Ryan Vinyard: Open manufacturing: Bringing open hardware beyond 3D printing
Rachel Nabors: Storytelling on the shoulders of giants
Read more: http://opensource.com/business/14/7/keynotes-oscon-2014-day-3
After bringing you a recording of the Podcaster Panel from OggCamp 14, we spent this episode to recap the rest of the weekend — as is customary by now.
Also check out Fab’s blog post on the weekend.
Crazy German key with an embedded ball
A 0-day exploit is attacking Microsoft Windows boxes all over the web, thanks to a weaponized power power presentation. No, I’m not kidding. The details are fascinating.
Old ATMs become more and more of a target & it’s not because of Windows XP, and great big batch of your questions, our answers & much much more!
We spent a lot of time looking at some Financial and Statistical functions. I don't propose to go into the remaining types of function in nearly the same depth. That would draw out the series without benefit to most people. But I do want to highlight some of the functions in the other categories so that you have an idea of what is possible in Calc. Remember that if you need to know more about them Google is your friend. - For more go to http://www.ahuka.com/?page_id=875
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We’re back with Season Seven, Episode Thirty of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, Laura Cowen and Tony Whitmore bring you this episode whilst Mark Johnson is on a sun-lounger somewhere.
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This week on the show we're joined by Olivier Cochard-Labbé, the creator of both FreeNAS and the BSD Router Project! We'll be discussing what the BSD Router Project is, what it's for and where it's going. All this week's headlines and answers to viewer-submitted questions, on BSD Now - the place to B.. SD.