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Discussion in 'Midwest' started by bread_c, Jan 1, 2019.
The ingredient list sounds like a dickslap to abraxas.
Wasn't that his recipe anyway?
It’s not like Abraxas is unique as a Mexican Stout. Abraxas started because Perennial wanted their own version of Huna
Yes, but no reason not to one up it nonetheless!
Yah I know, I’m just making conversation.
Between Anabasis (plus Maltvin & Sulla Terra), CSV, BA CSV, and all the Derivations...it's way too late on all the one-upping of Perennial whales.
Can't wait for Coffee Shop Ambiente
Sweet! This style is what what got Cory on the radar. I miss how Abraxas used to taste. This will be a great reminder.
Any validity to this or just an observation/assumption?
I thought Abraxas was Cory's homebrew recipe that was customer requested?
As in, "hey man, why don't you make a Huna clone?" ...?
No link, I just remember reading articles in the past(probably distant past) where Phil/Cory talked about being influenced by Huna. Don’t remember the customer request part of it, but that could certainly be a component of it.
Thanks Eric, that’s pretty cool to read. Do you know if the “Root” Beer ever was brewed?
It was not.
Has anyone made a solid beer that tasted like root beer but wasn't actually hard root beer? Just curious, I haven't had one.
Pretty good size line right now.
Wish I lived in st. louis
had a weldwerks rootbeer stout recently that was pretty good the root beer taste fell of quick but nose and front were spot on
my dream is a new Vibes variant every quarter