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Old 04-21-2013, 04:14 PM   #1
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About to head out to the home brew store what should I brew????? Ready go!!!

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Old 04-21-2013, 04:16 PM   #2
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Well, it's not snowing here at the moment (but will tomorrow.......), so I have thoughts of spring. So, I say a cream ale or other light quaffable drinker (maybe Biermuncher's Cream of Three Crops) to have ready as a lawnmower beer!

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Old 04-21-2013, 04:17 PM   #3
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Yeah brew something light and with a quick turn around so when the weather turns really nice you will have some porch beer!!

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Yopper you from Colorado? Thanks for the suggestion

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Oh, no, I'm in Upper Michigan. It hasn't snowed here since Friday. But I'm going stir-crazy and trying hard to not be depressed, so I was thinking of a cream ale or something optimistic for spring!
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LHBSs should have a Wheel of Wortune that has like 100 different beers with recipes for all. That would be awesome. Take all of the thought right out of it.

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I just brewed ten gallons of a light wheat beer that will be split into two fermenters. One will be a raspberry wheat and the other will be peach. These will be for my wife and other friends that don't like any beers with IBU north of 20.

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I just brewed ten gallons of a light wheat beer that will be split into two fermenters. One will be a raspberry wheat and the other will be peach. These will be for my wife and other friends that don't like any beers with IBU north of 20.
Biggrizzly, while I have a wife that likes IPAs, she doesn't like stouts and porters. Would you mind sharing your wheat beer recipe? I am planning on brewing a wheat beer soon - splitting into two batches similar to you but one will be a prickly pear wheat from prickly pear juice obtained from Texas and the other will be a raspberry or peach. Thanks.
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I've got a dark hybrid lager doing fridge time now,& a light colored one that'll be ready for the fridge in a couple more weeks. I'm brewing a NZ IPA now. A light colored ale or the like would be good for upcoming warm weather.

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I'm brewing two of my favs tomorrow- Kolsch and Cal Common

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