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Old 07-27-2005, 04:39 PM   #1
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Check out this article. Sam Calagione brewed this up using a recipe some archaelogists found.

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/n...cientbeer.html

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Leave it to Dogfish Head to do yet another absolutely remarkable beer. I am in awe of the man, who's up for building a statue?

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Interesting article....

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Interesting article....

The brews this guy does are just amazing. I am dying to try the Liquor De Malt (if anyone can find it, buy me one--I'll pay ya for it!). The Pangea or whatever it is, and the Midas Touch....what great marketing.....
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The brews this guy does are just amazing. I am dying to try the Liquor De Malt (if anyone can find it, buy me one--I'll pay ya for it!). The Pangea or whatever it is, and the Midas Touch....what great marketing.....
Good luck finding Liquor De Malt. Usually sells out 4th of July weekend.
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Thats just amazing! I wonder if a new beer style will develop as a result. Sounds like it replicates a Belgian Triple. As years pass I wonder if homebrewers could replicate this brew.We as homebrewers could use 5 gal. ceramic plant pots to brew, HAHAHA! I want to taste.

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Thats just amazing! I wonder if a new beer style will develop as a result. Sounds like it replicates a Belgian Triple. As years pass I wonder if homebrewers could replicate this brew.We as homebrewers could use 5 gal. ceramic plant pots to brew, HAHAHA! I want to taste.
I certainly plan to ask them at Brew in the Zoo.
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