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notta good DIPA
All Day (given its availability versus Over Easy)
My house porter that comes in between 4.6% and 5.1%
They get too much flack from this website, when really we have people like them and Anchor and Sierra for starting this movement back in the 80's....
2,000,000 beers / (74 years *365 days/year) = ~ 74 beers/day.
oh - and RIP.
Congrats on your first brew. Are you addicted yet? :)
I've found when tasting the wort on its way to the fermenter that it's always...
Half Acre daisy cutter
wait, why do we want this? not seeing the benefit. more independence means more individuals and more creativity and more innovation. THIS...
i'll never turn my back on cascade. great, versatile hop... goes well in most american beer styles.
Still homebrew and support my local bottle shop
homebrewed dark mild. 3.5% ABV of smooth, dark, biscuit-y sweet goodness.
agreed here. stone IRS comes to mind.
KtG 2010 and 2011, in Spring 2014.
I waited to brew my RIS until now (this weekend, actually) for that very reason. Ambient in the basement here in Mass won't go above 70 now, and...
I'm a big fan of brown malt, and have used it with a lot of success in brown porters (10-12%) and milds (6-8%), so my only recommendation would be...
is it possible that the beer is warming, and as such releasing CO2 that was previously held in solution while at a colder temp? otherwise, i have...
i'd split e'm, bag 'em, maybe with something to weigh them down (sanitized glass marbles), and throw 1/2 of them in there at day 6 for 4 days,...
+1 on the dislike of "advocate".
i pretty notorious for geeking out about beer and chewing people's ears off about beer who could really care...
the guys that started Barrier Brewing on Long Island came from Sixpoint.... does that count? :)