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Old 08-10-2006, 04:02 PM   #1
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Default Requiem for a great batch

It's always so sad when the really good ones go dry.

I'm down to 3-4 bottles of my all-columbus APA. It was probably the best beer I've ever made, and was my first AG batch, so it has "sentimental value"



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Old 08-10-2006, 04:25 PM   #2
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Nice recipe. I like the Special B & Caramunich additions, very cheeky.



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Old 08-10-2006, 04:45 PM   #3
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Tell you what. I'd be willing to keep them safe, at no cost to you!

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Send em to me!! I'll sentimentally allow them to digest.

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So who's requiem are you going to play when it's officially gone? Mozart is the old standby. Brahms' is great and one of my favorites. When I was in college we did Durufle's, kinda like plain chant meets impressionism.

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So who's requiem are you going to play when it's officially gone? Mozart is the old standby. Brahms' is great and one of my favorites. When I was in college we did Durufle's, kinda like plain chant meets impressionism.

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How about Ligeti's Lux Aeterna?

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(Durufle--meh. Mozart and Brahms are always the gold standard, generally. My composition students are always amazed at how much I want them to listen to and study Mozart and Brahms. They seem to expect all Webern, Stravinsky, Javanese Gamalan music, etc.--as if no one brfore the last 100 years knew what they were doing.)
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Nothing beats Mozart's requiem or Bach's Cello Suites on a Sunday morning with a red eye, or late at night with a nice Belgian Trippel while I'm puttering around in the kitchen.

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