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Hailstorm, in 3....2....1....
My choice depends on what I am expecting during primary fermentation...if it's a big beer that will likely require a blow off, I use a 6 gallon...
Brewed a Pliny clone on Friday, and racked an all jade IPA over to secondary. OMG, I'm looking forward to both of these.
2: BCBS and CBS...I think I have an affinity for stouts.
Bud Light Lime at +38.9% (BMC)
Rogue Voodoo Doughnut Maple Bacon at +34.4%
My Blueberry Nightmare was indeed that at -69%
"We absolutely fell in love with North Carolina," Grossman said. "We ended up doing a lot more than we had envisioned."
I knew it'd be gone...from what I can tell...sold out in Raleigh.
To accurately answer this question I need to know what beers "I" am drinking. Subtle nuances that I am wanting to experience in one beer may go...
I don't think there will be quite the uproar...but I am sure the local scene is up in arms!
I've bought several...and have always found them mediocre to good at best. Nothing horrible but nothing outstanding either. The market is...
I'm pretty sure I'll have some fresh for breakfast!
Probably just a '13 BCBS and a Stone Xocoveza.
My favorites so far have been:
Hardywood's Gingerbread Stout
Devil's Backbone Kilt Flasher
Dropped in NC today...not sure of prices or limits, but I am sure everywhere will be sold out by the time I leave work.
Creepers...what we call those hangovers that don't hit you until the middle of the day.
Two bottles went into the crock pot this morning over some pork. Chili season is upon us, so there will be plenty of opportunities to use more in...
Brewed an all jade IPA and a breakfast stout...it was a busy day.
Foothills Seeing Double...I think it says IBUs are somewhere around 130 but I definitely don't get that...the sweet maltiness blankets those hops IMO.
I appreciate all of the feed back and "yeah, not all of mine turn out either" stories. It helps me keep trudging forward. SO I screwed up a...