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Old 12-14-2012, 08:20 PM   #621
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"And just for the record, if it takes more than an hour on the highway to drive to, then for me it's not "local." Regional, maybe, in a "Mid-Atlantic States" kinda way."

I kinda thought everything on the upper east coast was local... jk

It certainly seems that way from where I am. I'm in the center of Texas and it takes virtually all day to get out of this place! Was kinda nice when we stopped in Belmar, NJ, but visited NYC, as well as Annapolis, MD and it didn't take all day!

And it can take an hour and a half (one way) to get good BBQ.
They are talking local and not local for up North. We are Texans, so you have local stuff (meaning: "from Texas"), and the foreign stuff (meaning: "from anywhere else").


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Old 12-14-2012, 08:23 PM   #622
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They burn the malts in dark beers so that they can cover up bad favors.

-some guy at the bar



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Old 12-14-2012, 09:20 PM   #623
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Old 12-14-2012, 09:22 PM   #624
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They are talking local and not local for up North. We are Texans, so you have local stuff (meaning: "from Texas"), and the foreign stuff (meaning: "from anywhere else").
I guess it's all about perspective; everything's local when you come from a state that's just shy of 4,000 times the size of DC.

Y'all do have some damn good BBQ, though...

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Old 12-14-2012, 09:35 PM   #625
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"And it can take an hour and a half (one way) to get good BBQ."

I can't believe I posted it that way! It should have read:
Ain't gotta go anywhere for good BBQ unless you want someone else to cook it!

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...tasting a beer at 1 week, and again at 2....that to me just means there 2 less beers that are actually tasting good and are ready at the end.
"Anyway on the wall was this sign. People who drink light beer don't really like beer. They just like to piss a lot."

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Old 12-14-2012, 09:38 PM   #626
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"Y'all do have some damn good BBQ, though..."

Despite having been close I can't say I've been to a place known for BBQ on the east coast (Carolina style), but I do enjoy the BBQ up in KC.

That's where SWMBO is from, and she claims everything, including the hills, are better there! Funny that she left it so fast!

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...tasting a beer at 1 week, and again at 2....that to me just means there 2 less beers that are actually tasting good and are ready at the end.
"Anyway on the wall was this sign. People who drink light beer don't really like beer. They just like to piss a lot."

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Old 12-14-2012, 09:43 PM   #627
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They burn the malts in dark beers so that they can cover up bad favors.

-some guy at the bar
That's got a touch of backdoor truth to it
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Old 12-15-2012, 02:26 AM   #628
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Reinheitsgebot is crap. There is little reason to include that adjunct stipulation.
Look, I learned in a Sam Adams commercial from years ago that beers brewed according to a 500 year old law from a foreign country are superior to modern beers. Is that not true?
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Old 12-15-2012, 01:09 PM   #629
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Look, I learned in a Sam Adams commercial from years ago that beers brewed according to a 500 year old law from a foreign country are superior to modern beers. Is that not true?
Different, not necessarily superior.
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Old 12-15-2012, 11:54 PM   #630
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Who determines what is or is not "craft"?
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brewers do

Yuengling produces 2.5 million barrels a year, the largest US-owned commercial brewery in the US

the American Brewers Association defines a "craft brewery" as "small, independent and traditional", and gives a production size of less than 6,000,000 US beer barrels (700,000,000 L) a year and can not be more than 24% owned by another alcoholic beverage company that is not itself a craft brewery

(corrected production volume, original was 2005 #, updated with 2011)
Ok then, Yuengling is at 2.5 million, versus the 6 million limit to be called "small"
They are independent, still owned and operated by the Yuengling family.

And with a history of nearly 200 years, I think we can safely assume that most of their continuing recipes are fairly traditional. Their popular Lager perhaps is the exception since it was introduced in the 80's, but many of their other recipes are supposed to be pretty much the same as they were.

Yay! I get to be a craft beer snob without breaking the budget!


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