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Old 08-07-2014, 11:20 AM   #11
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"Crystal malt and American Hops do not mix"

Really??? I don't mind the combination.
Me either! How about a nice hoppy American Amber? Good examples of the style everywhere.





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Someone might want to tell Stone that English yeast strains don't work well for IPAs and DIPAs.
Yeah Stone, Three Floyds, Deschutes, Bells, a little known brewery called The Alchemist and others might want to read this. As Denny Con says... Take your own experience as the gospel.

I wonder how outdated this article is? There's no mention of late kettle hops. It looks like it was typed up on a Tandy computer using Print Shop Pro.
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No, I noticed that the guy needed to be fired. I didn't notice 'it' the guy needed to be fired.
I think something was lost in translation over the interwebz. I was attempting to poke fun at the fact that the author used 'to' improperly for 'too' in several instances within the document!
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