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Fuller's was my first and still my favorite!
Knocking down Schlafly golden ales. Slowwwwwwly depleting my fridge stock before winter!
Found it on tap green lake, sooooooo good
Found a few Schlafly A IPA's hiding in the back! Good times
New Glarus to Illinois. It's not a far drive to get it but having to travel just makes it more frustrating
I love this, advocacy not snobbery. Cheers my friend
Definitely Sam Adams, outside of Petes or Sierra I don't recall any of the others, that and I was definitely underage, so really anything that...
Though I could argue all day about the Illinois pick I wholeheartedly agree with Wisconsin's New Glarus! It is amazing and forces me to travel...
German pilsners and saisons. I see them and pass them up for something new, and often regret it
Was my go to as well, that and a bottle of boone's farm strawberry for the girls. High school years of course
I have a dunkel in my secondary now, picked up a mini mash kit from Austin homebrew. I'll post again soon and let you know how it turns out
Clearing out the fridge of stragglers so Deschutes Jubelale!
Stone IPA. It's a good night
I hope to be considered a geek, by my friends at least!
An ayinger Munich dunkel clone from Austin homebrew see how it turns out!
More brewer interviews! Love reading the history and how they got their start in the industry! Maybe some home brew pages? Monthly recipe?...
Southern tier 2 xmas. The glogg nonsense. Like water filtered through gym socks and turds.
Thanks all! Fermentation temp was 65-68. Also the directions stated that a secondary was recommended, though I've read not necessary by others...