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Old 01-29-2006, 09:42 PM   #1
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My friend is getting married in June. I'm looking for a extract recipe with specialty grains to sip on before the wedding. A light refreshing ale type not too hoppy(he likes coors lite poor bas***d). I'm trying to turn his opinion about homebrew. He has stated that he has had some before and it was the worst thing he has ever tasted. Any input on this is greatly appreciated.

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Snow Plow by Widmer Bros is a good bet. Not hoppy at all, but delicious.

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how about a American wheat or a blonde?

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