Hohdown, March 19

Shit, I need some better names:beathead:

Hoh-Squach Cascadian Dark Ale
OMJ IPA, cause it's Aged and Bitter!!!!!
Dirty Nympher Pale Ale
IPA is one of the only styles that doesn't benefit from aging.

And the BJCP (beer judge douche thing) officially called the style "American Style Black Ale" rather than CDA. People didn't like the CDA name apparently.
 

Ed Call

Well-Known Member
Will there be a kitchen area tarped off or does someone need to bring a pop up canopy to provide shelter for the kitchen? I'm hoping to find a local area wood purveyor that will sell me a half cord or full cord and drop it off. Whomever is there first should let me know which site is going to be the group area. In the two years I've been there we used one of the end sites (2009) and one of the middle sites (2010). Anyone who has an angle on pallets should make sure that their truck or trailer is loaded. The national weather service says this will be a wetter and colder than normal winter...nothing fights off wet and cold better than a bunch of home brew, booze and a bonfire that can be seen from deep space.
 
Will there be a kitchen area tarped off or does someone need to bring a pop up canopy to provide shelter for the kitchen? I'm hoping to find a local area wood purveyor that will sell me a half cord or full cord and drop it off. Whomever is there first should let me know which site is going to be the group area. In the two years I've been there we used one of the end sites (2009) and one of the middle sites (2010). Anyone who has an angle on pallets should make sure that their truck or trailer is loaded. The national weather service says this will be a wetter and colder than normal winter...nothing fights off wet and cold better than a bunch of home brew, booze and a bonfire that can be seen from deep space.
I was actually talking to Backyard about the wood situation. We can get a chord of wood delivered from Forks right to our campsite. I'll talk to him again about it and get the info, apparently the prices are reasonable.

Would people be down for pitching in on this?
 

Rob Ast

Active Member
I was actually talking to Backyard about the wood situation. We can get a chord of wood delivered from Forks right to our campsite. I'll talk to him again about it and get the info, apparently the prices are reasonable.

Would people be down for pitching in on this?
You guys are one step ahead of the planning Mumbles and I were doing. Count me in for $$.
 

Jerry Daschofsky

Moderator
Staff member
Of course I'll chip in for wood.

Ed and Jeff. On the tent situation. I need one with walls of course. if Jeff has a 12 x 12 with walls that'd be great. Next year I should have my wall tent. :) almost bought one at the Portland sportsman show but have projects at home that need to be done 1st.
 
I can get you all the palates you want, but you would have to pick them up from my house in the Oly area. I was going to fill my boat with firewood to bring out. You weren't planning on burning the palates, were you? I was just bringing natural wood to burn. I am not making a fire or anything when I am out there, just contributing wood to the community pile.

Also how much homebrew should I bring, I don't have any clever names for it though, will 5 gallons be enough or should I bring 10? I will be bringing an Oatmeal Stout and a Winter Warmer, unless I drink the Winter Warmer before then, in that case I will bring an Irish Red.
 

Ed Call

Well-Known Member
Burning the pallets...well...I was planning on showing their flaming light spectrum to observers from space.

I have asked Forks local resident, guide, guru and cool guy Jim Kerr about possible wood suppliers. When I get that info I'll try to connect with Mr. Burck and Mr. Backyard to see what they've found.

Who is gonna be out there first staking the group site out?
 
Also how much homebrew should I bring, I don't have any clever names for it though, will 5 gallons be enough or should I bring 10? I will be bringing an Oatmeal Stout and a Winter Warmer, unless I drink the Winter Warmer before then, in that case I will bring an Irish Red.
You bring as much or as little as you want. There will already be 6 or 7 5gal kegs of homebrew there. But I guarantee that there could never be too much.
 
Burning the pallets...well...I was planning on showing their flaming light spectrum to observers from space.

I have asked Forks local resident, guide, guru and cool guy Jim Kerr about possible wood suppliers. When I get that info I'll try to connect with Mr. Burck and Mr. Backyard to see what they've found.

Who is gonna be out there first staking the group site out?
Ill be up there on Tuesday of that week, as im going to stay an extra couple of days. I could get a spot staked out if you guys had one in mind.
 
I am heading out Wed afternoon, but not 100% sure I will make it out there that night. I may stop and fish somewhere on the way an end up sleeping in the car on riverbank, but if the fishing or weather sucks on Weds, I will be out there.

Forget the pallets, I am bringing natural wood, it is more aromatic when it burns. My family has a bunch of land and I can just take whatever I feel like cutting up for free, my only constraint is my laziness and how much I can haul in my boat. My SUV is going to be full of gear and beer.
 

Salmo_g

Well-Known Member
Ed or Evan or whomever makes the firewood arrangements,

First off, I think we shouldn't let Jerry contribute to the cost of firewood. He contributes plenty enough with his camp cookery. I'll chip in for wood plus a bit extra so Jerry doesn't feel left out. I presume a cord of firewood doesn't cost any more in Forks than it does in south sound. I'll also chip in to Evan and Matt for the privilege of sampling their home brew.

Sg