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Discussion in 'Midwest' started by MN_Beerticker, Feb 18, 2013.
I have Fulton War and Peace and Lift Bridge Silhouette on my radar. What are you looking for?
Whatever Bank Beer concocts next.
Summit Saga 12pks.
The next Staples Mill beer!
DOUBLE BARREL WALE STATUS JACK FROST
caps lock was necessary.
Surly Pentagram and Surly Se7en
Well, now thats just a given!
Pentagram and war and peace!
Brrr grinder from indeed, their colab with dogwood coffee
You know I got you on that one.
And Indeed's seasonal IPA.
Anyone have any idea when this beer will be released?
march or april is what I heard.
I heard it will be ready when it's ready. Oh wait, that joke isn't funny anymore?
Shenanigans and Bitter Brewer.
12 pack o cans of Shennanigans. Haven't had the beer, but it sounds tasty. 12 packs of Sagá! Yes, I'm excited for that as well.
Moe's Bender, no clue it will be made again, but I would love to have more of it.
it was solid. good full flavored wheat ale with a good dose of honey. not unlike the town hall honey ale (thunderstorm or whatever).
Barrel aged week at Town Hall is upon us! Also I feel like a new Unchained should be coming up soon.
Ah ha! A new Unchained beer. Add that to my excited for list.
Size 11 for me. I expect it to be 4 more than Size 7.
I asked when I was getting a couple growlers last week and MNRyan is correct. March or April.
Rosie from Barley John's (about a year away) size 11, Fulton DIPA.
I heard the next Unchained is an all-organic brew, I'll probably pass on that but I am looking forward to the Schells Barleywine and Surly Se7en, SEVIIN or whatever it is that will be ready when it's ready
You would pass because its organic?
I want an amazing MN made sour. A tue, full frontal sour ala Cascade or Cantillon. Not this mildly tart shit.
Asshole-puckeringly sour, would you say?
someone get this man a brewery!
Next unchained will be a usda organic session IPA. Personally im pretty excited for that.
So its a Pale Ale then?
I'm really only looking forward to the next release of Barley Johns Reverend Red.
Abrasive every winter
I try to buy organic foods where it makes sense but personally, I don't think the qualities of the organic ingredients have enough of an impact in the whole scheme of things for me to justify buying the six pack
Interesting. I've found from my own brewing experience that organic malts are at the very least equal in quality to non organic malts. So, while they may not add a "organic" flavour to a beer, they certainly won't detract from it either. Ive pretty much enjoyed all of Summits Unchained beers, and all their other beers for that matter, so I will defenetly be on the look out for this one.