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Craft Beer Only! / Re: Lagunitas
« Last post by iTpHo3NiX on August 31, 2015, 08:34:30 pm »
I think the best way to introduce someone to craft beer is with weissbier or fruitbier, and after that IPAs and Ales.

But nice to know, I'll try to find here!

I can agree, a good wheat or fruit beer is a good introduction, a pilsner is a really easy transitional beer to get used to a little bit more bitter taste
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Anonymity / What search engine do you use?
« Last post by rx10 on August 31, 2015, 08:32:07 pm »
What search engine do you guys usually use?
I personally use startpage.
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Craft Beer Only! / Re: Lagunitas
« Last post by Blackoutt on August 31, 2015, 07:33:14 pm »
I think the best way to introduce someone to craft beer is with weissbier or fruitbier, and after that IPAs and Ales.

But nice to know, I'll try to find here!
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Craft Beer Only! / Re: What are you drinking?
« Last post by 0E 800 on August 31, 2015, 07:02:38 pm »


Its an acquired taste.

BTW - these motherfuggas are putting beers in plastic.
http://www.40ozmaltliquor.com/blog/2014-the-year-40oz-bottles-went-plastic/

RIP OG 40oz.
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Craft Beer Only! / Re: What are you drinking?
« Last post by Blackoutt on August 31, 2015, 06:09:42 pm »
Good idea!

I'm a beer enthusiastic. I'll post my beers here in one moment...

Only global beers or local can be too?

EDIT ------------



Brewery: St. Gallen/Theresopolis
Type: Weissbier

It's made in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), golden color, notes of clove and banana on flavor, turbid appearance. Goes well with mexican food, thai food, cakes and fruit. It's a very tradicional German Weissbier style.

My thoughts: Very good beer. The best one for me. It's a very tradicional beer, using the same formula for a couple of centuries. In fact was my first craft beer that introduced me to the beer world :D




P.S.: Couldn't resize the image...
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Members introduction / Introducing blackfi.sh
« Last post by blackfi.sh on August 31, 2015, 05:57:17 pm »
Hey,

I am a computer science undergrad. I have always loved working with computers. But I bet that would be the case with all of you. I remember being a HF noob wannabe hacker. But that was long ago(5 years ago?).

But then I was introduced to Linux. It was a turning point in my life. I switched fully to Linux. Now I a m a proud Arch Linux user. I had only passive interest in hacking as in stealing private data. But all the time I was a hacker in all other sense. I became a linux guru, started hacking linux. Learned C++, a bit of python, bash scripting etc. I also have some experience in hobby robotics.

That's when something woke up the dark passion of a black hat hacker in me. Wait, I'll tell you what happened. I could manage to get into the college network and download student information. I can now dox anyone in my college. I felt like god.

But I did all this in a script kiddie way. I still do not know any hacker stuff. I am willing to learn them. I think I am ready for a transition to being a hacker in the computer  domain. So I am here.




Well, I am not from a English speaking country. So, maybe the intro sucks. Please don't fry me!
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Members introduction / Re: Hello Sharkky !
« Last post by iTpHo3NiX on August 31, 2015, 03:46:56 pm »
I'm a HF member !  ;)

I'm sorry to hear you have cancer. We need to start chemo right away, feel free to get a second opinion though
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Hacking and Security / Re: Microsoft Windows 10 spies on you by default
« Last post by rx10 on August 31, 2015, 02:43:10 pm »
I think this thread should be moved to Anonymity.
https://vimeo.com/137830536
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Dunno why it's in 4 parts but I was looking for this, and was amazed that it existed online!

If you could find Advanced Web Attacks and Exploitation that would be spectacular!
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Craft Beer Only! / A beer glossary
« Last post by TheWormKill on August 31, 2015, 01:36:29 pm »
A beer glossary

Since this board should maintain a minimum of post quality, this thread will define and explain common terms, idioms and misconceptions.

Sticky Applied

Parameters that are relevant to a brew

talk about taste, color, foam, the amount of alcohol, the weight...

needs additions

Fermentation

Since beer is brewed using yeast, further differences arise from the kind of yeast used, which may be top- or bottom-fermenting, as well as a combination of both.

Due to the brewing temperature that is used with top-fermenting yeast, beers that are considering top-fermenting often have "fruity" taste compounds.

See the links for more information on yeast and it's distinguishing qualities.

Percieved bitterness

Measured in IBU and EBU, it is exactly what it sounds like.

needs additions

Colour / Color

The color of a brew depends on the malt used, and some dark beers are brewed with additional roasted barley that was not malted.

needs additions

Strength

This varies widely due to the different variations of beer. Without further tricks, it stays around the range of 3% vol. - 14% vol.

needs additions

Describing taste, flavour etc.

see the title

still todo

Common kinds/flavours of beer

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While there are many types of beer brewed, the basics of brewing beer are shared across national and cultural boundaries.

Beer Types and Styles

Useful links

see the title

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