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Fort George Cavatica Stout comes in cans. Fantastic beer as well
Just had Cascade's Diesel last night. Incredible beer
If you have twins on the way, I vote you brew up a Dubbel
Another thing that makes cloning difficult is that many breweries use a distinct house yeast that's not commercially available.
Black butte is certainly one of my favorites. Also try to get a FW Reserve Porter.
So new beers are released all the time with the regular rigamarole. I'm curious which releases have been the most fun and what has made them so...
That's the last big trend I noticed. I just wonder if it'll last into the colder weather
Well now you got me all worried! I guess I'll find out soon enough how it goes...
I really need to revisit that one. Last time I had it was at a festival 2 years ago and it was the star of the show that day
Just wanted to try something new...
Thanks for all the help. Really appreciate all the info here
Thanks VikeMan. I was just curious if it would still be relatively close and I got my answer. Now lets see how this syrup turns out
So I've decided to brew my first tripel, but I had a question to ask you guys. I decided I'm going to whip up some homemade candi sugar instead of...
After all that beer, I probably wouldn't be conscious either
I love how those deposits always trick me into thinking I'm making money...
I've seen a lot of places that list they carry "Widmere." I've heard it pronounced that way a lot too. I don't understand what's so hard about...
ISO: Rainbow IPA
You beat me to it. If a brewery has a particular flavor across the board, blame it on the house yeast. It's the best way to distinguish ones self
Migration brewing in pdx got a cease and desist from the Multnomah Athletic Club due to their logo.