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Old 05-03-2012, 08:48 PM   #1
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Default First AG beer in the glass!

I apologize if this is considered forum spam, pretentious, self-aggrandizing, etc, etc. I am really excited though because I just tasted my first all-grain beer! Not quite finished carbonating but enough that it wasn't flat.

It's a Belgian Blonde I converted from a tried and true extract recipe I've been brewing for a few years. It turned out very nicely. It is a little drier than the original extract version but there's some tweaking I need to do still to the recipe.

Thanks HBT for the advice when I was starting out. Here's to you all!

Anyway, here's the beer porn:

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Old 05-03-2012, 09:40 PM   #2
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Looks Great-Congratulations!

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Dude, that's the kind of thing these forums are for. Congrats!

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Probably just the light, but looks more like a Red, than a Blond, a "Strawberry Blond" looks delicious!!

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Probably just the light, but looks more like a Red, than a Blond, a "Strawberry Blond" looks delicious!!
Agreed. It is darker than the extract version I brew. Like I said, I have some tweaking to do

It is delicious though!
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