Bruery's Hottenroth Didn't Ferment Right, So...

Discussion in 'Pacific' started by UnknownKoger, Mar 27, 2012.

  1. UnknownKoger

    UnknownKoger Jul 9, 2010 California

    we get Nottenroth! From their facebook:

    They also said this will be draft only at The Bruery and maybe Provisions
     
  2. BdubleEdubleRUN

    BdubleEdubleRUN Jul 28, 2009 California

    Bummer, I really like Hottenroth.
     
  3. tyrsis

    tyrsis Mar 13, 2009 California
    Beer Trader

    Eh, I'll try it. I wasn't a fan of Hottenroth anyway.
     
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  4. ehammond1

    ehammond1 Jul 4, 2008

    Although I too am a big fan of Hottenroth, an "unsoured Hottenroth fermented with kumquats" sounds like a new, delicious beer I'd love to try.
     
  5. ryno09

    ryno09 May 1, 2010 California

    Looking forward to it although I was hoping for more Hottenroth.
     
  6. pmarlowe

    pmarlowe Nov 27, 2010 District of Columbia
    Beer Trader

    They must've bought a bunch of kumquats on sale.
     
  7. Srsly

    Srsly Mar 21, 2010 California

    Haha apparently. If it's half as awesome as SitR with kumquats then it will definitely be worth a trip to the tasting room.
     
  8. davey101

    davey101 Apr 14, 2009 Connecticut
    Beer Trader

    The only time I ate kumquats I broke out into a rash. I only bought them because I found the name funny. I guess the joke was on me...

    Sounds tasty though.
     
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  9. IceAce

    IceAce Jan 8, 2004 California

    Cool...kumquats are now the hops of the future!

    (Guessing Patrick & Tyler conquered the k-quat futures market)
     
  10. irishgurl4

    irishgurl4 Feb 18, 2010 California

    Hmmm, sad no Hottenroth but this Nottenroth creation could be a lish alternative to quell my sadness.
     
  11. UCLABrewN84

    UCLABrewN84 Mar 18, 2010 California

    This tick will be mine.
     
  12. futura123

    futura123 Jul 29, 2010 California

    Patrick's just harvested the first kumquats from his backyard. Hopefully he has a mystic kumquat tree like Tomme's legendary peach.
     
  13. FosterJM

    FosterJM Nov 16, 2009 California
    Beer Trader

    Tickers gonna tick. Can I come with when you go?

    Cheers!
     
  14. ehammond1

    ehammond1 Jul 4, 2008

    Sounds like a plan to me! Hopefully we can make it out on one of the Reserve Bottle List days and split something extra ticker-ish!
     
  15. FosterJM

    FosterJM Nov 16, 2009 California
    Beer Trader

    Hopefully its the Rye papier I am really wanting to track down.

    Cheers!!
     
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  16. UCLABrewN84

    UCLABrewN84 Mar 18, 2010 California

    I'm inviting myself.
     
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  17. BdubleEdubleRUN

    BdubleEdubleRUN Jul 28, 2009 California

    Depending on when this is. I am too.
     
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  18. MCorrea

    MCorrea Aug 23, 2010 California

    Well if it tastes nothing like Hottenroth, then it might actually be good!

    ...will never understand the love for Hottenroth.
     
  19. nogidrew86

    nogidrew86 Aug 16, 2010 Nevada

    That's because your a peasant!
     
  20. MCorrea

    MCorrea Aug 23, 2010 California

    Hmmm, I would've figured royalty would know the difference between "your" and "you're". Go ahead and sip your eau de boiled eggs with the others. I'll be down here drinking the good beer with the peasants. They're better company anyway.
     
  21. nogidrew86

    nogidrew86 Aug 16, 2010 Nevada

    Touchy! It was a joke and iPhone autospell is a nuisance.
     
  22. MCorrea

    MCorrea Aug 23, 2010 California

    I know you are, but what am I ?!
     
  23. irishgurl4

    irishgurl4 Feb 18, 2010 California

    You don't have to understand. So Berliner Weisse isn't your style, no biggie, more for me! :D

    Have you tried it with woodruff or raspberry syrups?
     
  24. MCorrea

    MCorrea Aug 23, 2010 California

    I had the raspberry/hottenroth concotion that was made at the last woodshop. Tasted like raspberry and sulfur. I just don't dig the beer. At all.
     
  25. Sebowski

    Sebowski Jan 11, 2010 California
    Beer Trader

    Did someone really just say "lish"?
     
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