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Usually styles I have not brewed before, I go for stylistic accuracy the first time I try it. Like, I'm gonna brew my first Irish Red soon and am...
Well, trying to get all my brewing in before it gets too cold. I decided last year to take winter's off from brewing since it was unbearable last...
For me, it's a style. Tripels...I have tried what are considered some of the great ones in the style, but have disliked every one I've tried....
It all starts with a bourbon bottle...
Voice actor / music producer / account executive, I like to stay busy!
Me and a big ass squash:
Just found this website: http://www.legalbeer.com/liquor-laws-by-state and saw this:
New Mexico – Sale is not state controlled. On-premise sale...
For my top 3:
CCB Good Gourd
Weyerbacher Imperial Pumpkin
Fall is a great time for beer!
Tripels. I've tried some of the highest rated and ones I'd had recommended to me, and I've just come to grips that they are just not for me. To...
I guess I'll go ahead and be that guy, but according to the BJCP, a sweet / milk stout is between 4-6% ABV, so, in technical terms, this IS an...
Congrats guys! Your really are pioneers of the modern craft beer scene!
For me, I usually base it on style. If the one off is a style I'm not into but the year round is, Relationship beer it is! If it's vice versa,...
Going to do a Citra Pale Ale this weekend. Goal: Nice citrus hop character with a medium body malt backbone! Starter is on the stir plate now.
For me, WLP029! It's a German Ale / Kolsch Yeast but is killer in an American IPA.
Start home brewing. Make every style you've never had. Great hobby and goal achieved!
1. BB Vanilla Dark Lord
2. Alpine Great
3. Zombie Dust
4. Pliny The Younger
5. Wooden Hell
6. BA Mexican Cake
7. Chocolate Rain
Baby Maker by Jacks Abbey. This one caught me by surprise![IMG]
Yep, missed this one. This is the one for me too.
For me, it's:
St. Bernardus Abt 12