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Thread: What would you most like to hear a talk/see a demo of at Grapefest 2013?

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    If we are doing fiction, I could do a ghost story
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cellar_Rat View Post
    If we are doing fiction, I could do a ghost story
    Yay! Ghost stories round the fire in the evening

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    With only 145 days to go, the front runner is educating your palate with the various solutions. Degassing might be a good one too


    What else might be useful do we think, and how about something about beer?

    volunteers please!

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    can I vote for ghost stories around the campfire again please
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    Being slightly more serious. Is it worth having a buy-sell-swap table ?

    I for one have a fistful of hydrometers, the temperature controller, an sc-200 and some other bits and pieces that I could make a start with :-)

    I also have a 5 foot barrel if anybody's interested, but I fear it might be a little too big for the tabletop ?
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    Thats not a bad idea at all Brian
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    What are there popular topics on the forum? Could they be covered somehow.

    These are the ones that spring to mind for me ..

    # Label removal
    # Running your first kit wine ( probably the wrong audience)
    # Sulphite explanation & methods
    # All grain beer process for beginners
    # Beginners guide to grape wine making
    # Beer bottling and priming ( AKA why recycled crown caps are better)
    # wine tasting
    # common faults and their remedies (AKA common smells and tastes and what they mean)
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    I could help out with the faults and analysis. Well, I say help. Last time I got involved with the faults in wine malarky I would have drunk most of the faulty wines!

    I could do a brewing water modification tutorial, providing I can make it.

    Along with a demonstration of practical 'graft dodging' an advanced 'ducking out of the way for a quiet fag'. If time (and weather) permits I may be able to squeeze in 'robbing Bob of all his Elderberries for beginners.'

    Bob could do a guide on 'culling large items of glassware in front of crowds' along with a practical demonstration

    If we can get Rich to go, I'm sure he'll be made to do a demonstration on 'all the heavy lifting'.
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    My vote is for brewing water modification.

    I could do one" arriving late for curries and stealing other people's food" or even "sections of the M1 I have had time to paint"
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    And i could do one on 'Early Morning Hotel Entry for Dummies........" ;o)
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