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Old 10-22-2008, 11:10 PM   #1
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Default Anyone Got a Thanksgiving Day Brew?

Just wanting to know if anyone has made a brew for the holiday? I've got an octoberfest and an american brown ale.

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Old 10-22-2008, 11:18 PM   #2
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Was suppose to brew an ESB tomorrow but Midwest Supply screwed up my order. Now I have to wait another week and it won't be ready. Guess I'll plan a little better for X-Mas and New Years.

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Old 10-23-2008, 03:19 PM   #3
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as soon as I have some room free, I'm making this:

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/19135-post1.html

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Put together a pumpkin ale. Mmm. Delicious.

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I brewed a pumpkin ale as well to share with the family. They know I've been brewing for the last year, but most haven't tried any yet.

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I'll be bringing my Southern English Brown to the table. Need something nice and malty that I can drink all day to football that won't fill me up for the meal.

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I always have trouble with beer for Thanksgiving. With the football games starting so early, I usually start the beer early. By the time dinner comes, I'm already half full from beer. I don't have any homebrew ready, so I'll probably do something like Brooklyn Brown...

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On Thanksgiving Day, I will have on tap:

Pumpkin Ale
Cherry Stout
Scottish 80/-
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On Thanksgiving Day, I will have on tap:

Pumpkin Ale
Cherry Stout
Scottish 80/-
Apfelwein
Can you share that Scottish recipe (assuming its good)?
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I was thinking about doing something with cranberries for Thanksgiving, but I'm a lazy turd and never got around to it. I'm brewing a Munich Red Wheat and a hopped up Wheat APA that will have to suffice.

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