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Dark roasted wheat stout 9 13.85%
Black IPA 26 40.00%
Dunkelweisen 15 23.08%
Kolsch 20 30.77%
English ESB 36 55.38%
Raisiny stout 5 7.69%
Vienna Lager 26 40.00%
Hefeweisen 14 21.54%
Barleywine 20 30.77%
150 IBU Polar bear dry hopped lager 14 21.54%
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Old 10-03-2012, 02:30 PM   #1
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Default 6 beers to rule them all

After being too broke to brew due to some perfect storm bad stuff..

I AM BACK.

Gonna brew up 6 brews........Have some pretty definite ideas but wanna help?

I WILL brew (for certain)

1.One EPic caramel IPA

2.One blacker than black roasty stout

3.One roasty cinnamon and nutmeg seasonal amber


AND.........

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Old 10-03-2012, 03:20 PM   #2
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I voted for 3 mainstream beers as your three confirmed brews are pretty specialized... So why not balance out with some sessional quaffable beers.

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Raisiny Stout! Thats going on my short list.

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Old 10-03-2012, 03:36 PM   #4
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I second the suggestion of some mainstream, sessionable beers, I would also suggest at least one faster turnaround one (like the ESB or a blond or something) so that you have something to drink sooner.
Just my thoughts, your the one who is going to drink them though so make things you are excited about!

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Let me know when they're done, louisville is only 1.5 hrs south

I'll bring my vienna lager as well

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OK!

Good thoughts. In my eager excitement, perhaps I have gone too crazy.

Maybe I will tone it down.

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I voted (obviously) for the 150 IBU polar bear dry hopped lager, but think you should use the penguins as an adjunct w/ 5 min left in the boil. This is enough time to soften the skin while not imparting too much cattiness.

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Always polar bears. You cannot go wrong with polar bears. Your beer will definitely not get infected by baby seals.

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150IBUs of polar bear puckered up with a face like a chicken's glory hole!
4th reich of the Irish!
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English Sups Better!
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150IBUs of polar bear puckered up with a face like a chicken's glory hole!
4th reich of the Irish!
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English Sups Better!
Happy brewing mate
thanks brother!!
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