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May 5th FLABQUEST & Groupbrew @ Stage 84

Posted by Chuck O on April 27, 2012 at 12:55 AM

Last night Eddie & I went to Stage 84 to check the place out and met with Camilo (Owner operator) and Bob Gordash ( Brewer of Holy Mackeral ).  We had a great time and they are going to be turning Stage 84 into a brewpub with even more emphasis on craft beer.  The bar is really cozy and has a great artistic atmosphere.  They have a great area out back where we can do a group brew and then we can do the FLABQUEST tasting directly afterwards.



The brewing will commence around 11AM, so for those who want to see an all-grainer this is a great opportunity.  They will provide some food for just a few bucks and also will have some really good stuff on tap too.  Group brews and events require some space and not everyone can host so this is a great opportunity to interact with an establishment that is focused on craft brew.

Address ( NEXT TO LASER TAG ):

9118 W State Road 84, Davie, Broward, Florida 33325



Following is the reply from Camilo:











It was nice meeting you guys, we're excited to get your group involved with helping make our business a credible beer establishment.


We'd like to charge $6 for the hamburger platter which will be a burger with lettuce and tomato, cheese optional. With a side of potato salad and chips.


We'll also be carrying on tap that day Avery IPA (they're out of stone for like 3 weeks) and we'll have Avery Rascal as the wheat choice.


Our beers range from $4 to $6, and we have victory golden monkey 750ml for $15


Since you're bringing beer to the event, we'll need your help advising guests to support our establishment so we can cover our costs.



We hope to make our place a favorite hang out for your group and we look forward to having you guys on May 5th

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Reply Eddie D.
4:02 PM on April 29, 2012 
I'll suggest the good old standby BCS recipe:

6 Gallons
OG: 1.055 FG: 1.015
27 IBU's 11 SRM
90 min Boil and 70% efficiency

5lbs German Pilsner
4lbs Munich
3lbs Vienna
1lbs Caramunich

1.5 oz Hallertau 4.0% AA for 60 min 24 IBUs
0.5 oz Hallertau 4.0% AA for 20 min 2.7 IBUs

WLP 820 Octoberfest/Marzen OR
Wyeast 2206 Bravarian Lager OR
Saflager s-23

Ferment at 50 degrees Fahrenheit
Mash at 151 degrees Fahrenheit

I wish I could be there, drink some pints for me guys!