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    Christmas Present

    Hi Everyone!
    Bought myself a membership present yesterday, which is what we're supposed to do, right? I live in Lincoln, CA where the grillin' is fine pretty much all year long. I retired from IBM and started a dog training business until I retired from that. I've been grilling all my life with Weber kettles and started low and slow smokin' a year or so ago with much to learn. Hope to get that education from the experts here. I manage two Weber kettles, a WSM and an AOG 36" gasser and enough tools to be granted my very own bottom drawer in the kitchen. I really enjoy trying different rubs and sauces and experimenting with new meals. Some come out pretty good! Oh, and I love red ales from craft breweries as my companion during the bbq.
    Anyway, I'm here to learn and hope to share some of my successful cooks.

    A hearty welcome from Illinois.


      You are a wise man. You joined the Pit. Welcome!


        Welcome from Indiana


          Welcome Hazi


            Welcome, Hazi !!! Lookin' forward t' learnin' from, an' with ya'!!!


              Hello from Chico! If you see a couple of Rhodesian Ridgebacks running around your neighborhood they may have come from my place as puppies. Costco is carrying cases of the seasonal Sierra Nevada Sidecar right now up here. I imagine they are selling in your neck of the foothills. They go really well with oak and almond wood!


                Welcome to the pit Hazi.


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                  Hope to hear & see more from you!


                    Welcome from Nebraska!


                      Welcome Hazi from Scunthorpe, England.


                        Welcome from sunny Santa Rosa Ca


                          Thanks for the grillin' hot welcome folks! I think I'll enjoy the company. I'm going to upload my Thanksgiving turkey to see if I can get the hang of posting pics. This was done on my WSM 3.5 hours at 340 avg temp, apple and cherry wood, 55 degrees outside. 16 lbs.
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                          I think it worked. Anyway, thanks again!


                            Welcome to The Pit Hazi! Thanks for joining up with us, appreciate your support.


                              Good job on the photo. Here is a Nor Cal Sierra Nevada BBQ beer review because you indicated that's one of your things. I went to Costco today and two new beers have been added: Spring Beer Camp and Tropical Torpedo to go with last week's Side car purchase. My favorite every day Sierra Nevada beer is Hop Hunter to give a point of reference. I like the moderate bitterness and slight pine undertone.

                              Beer Camp - smooth IPA without too much bitterness. Very nice. I will buy it until it expires.

                              Tropical Torpedo - it will make you pucker. I liked it more as I drank it. Has a strong grapefruit taste. My son will go heads over heals for it when he visits this Thursday.

                              The interesting beer is Side Car. I always have Pale Ale on hand for company. I'm not as big a fan of Pales. I really like the Side Car. It has an orange flavor which is only an undertone. It has less alcohol than the IPA's but does not taste light "beery". I'm hoping they have it around during the hot summer months because it would be the perfect grilling beer. It reminds me of the discontinued old unfiltered (red bottle) wheat beer.

                              I hope you have these choices in Lincoln.



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