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Old 01-06-2012, 02:17 AM   #1
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Default Chris White on the new sour strains in 2012

Chris gave some good info on the upcoming funk in 2012. I'm pretty pumped for the WLP644!!

Chris White On The New Funky and Sour offerings from White Labs in 2012 « Embrace The Funk

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Old 01-06-2012, 02:21 AM   #2
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Yes, bring it on. I can't get enough sour.

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thats some of the best news ive heard in a minute

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the berliner wiesse strain is brilliant.
And I like that he flat out said the 655 is for rodenbach like beers. I'm pretty settled on not brewing my rodenbach clone until that strain releases.

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I'm pretty excited about all of this!

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I checked out those strains on your blog(ETF). I'm happy to see the States starting to warm up to the ideas of Funk and Sour. This is just going to expand my need for more carboys even further..........now where to store them all??......

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Good info! thanks

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I wonder how that flanders mix will compare to the roeselare blend.

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I wonder how that flanders mix will compare to the roeselare blend.
Sounds like a fun split batch experiment to me!
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