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Old 03-07-2014, 01:03 AM   #31
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I think you're missing a few countries.

France, although I can see leaving them out (Strisselspalt and French Ale yeast)
Canada, where barley comes from (Bramling Cross and Unibroue yeast)
Australia (Any Aussie hop with Cooper's Ale yeast)

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Old 03-07-2014, 05:17 AM   #32
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I hadn't considered Canada yet. They were using what the ross rifle and the enfield then? I have been considering the French IPA but have nothing on paper I thought I might use strisslespalt amd aramis hops and maybe saison yeast and brew it in a few months when stuff warms up a bit. I am not sure how many countries I am gonna include I mean I could also do an aussie and maybe a finnish style IPA think sahti IPA...and of course there is the Belgians so I could do a tripple IPA. But I may stick with the beers at hand since I usually brew every two weeks or so and if I do a 10 beer series I will hardly remember the one I started with and with these hoppy beers they will be better fresh. but who knows. Right now I seem to alternate an IPA to a non IPA brew since that is what I like to drink the most.

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Old 03-07-2014, 02:02 PM   #33
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I'm pretty sure that the Molotov Cocktail is the Finnish IPA. The Canadians and Australians both committed over 1 million soldiers to the effort. I suppose the French, Belgians and Dutch certainly had their share of soldiers involved, but given that they all were out of the war in less time than it would take for your beer to be ready, it would be a little like Saturday Night Live's 48-volume Time/Life history of the Granada invasion.

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Old 03-13-2014, 07:20 PM   #34
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I brewed mt k98 German IPA yesterday the final recipe here http://www.brewtoad.com/recipes/k98-german-ipa
Had to make a few substituions at the brew store. Everything went well, hit 1.072 going into the fermentor but topped up with some cold bottled water to help cool it and took it down to roughly 1.069. Pitched this on to a slurry from my kolsch I just brewed. Started going quick and is very active now. Trying to keep it cool since it wants to be 72 or more so I got it in some water now.

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Old 03-14-2014, 04:03 PM   #35
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Since the US of A supplied most of our allies by way of the Lend Lease program in WWII you could get by with all US ingredients.

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