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Old 11-10-2005, 02:21 AM   #1
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guy's, i can't decide on what to brew next. maybe a chocolate stout, big american brown ale, or a dunkelweisse. any ideas or suggestions that might sway me one way or the other??????

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well im brewing a "double nut brown', a coffee porter, and a basic APA. time for winter warmers, but i gotta have some pale ale on hand anyways.

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Old 11-10-2005, 02:31 AM   #3
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guy's, i can't decide on what to brew next. maybe a chocolate stout, big american brown ale, or a dunkelweisse. any ideas or suggestions that might sway me one way or the other??????
I have a kick-ass ESB I've been tweekin this year...if your interested.
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Old 11-10-2005, 02:33 AM   #4
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I have a kick-ass ESB I've been tweekin this year...if your interested.
bring it on! even though i will have an amber on tap soon.....
dengel, i agree. house beer should be an IPA. nice and hoppy. fits any time of year.
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oops.....i meant drengel. my bad.

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If you have ProMash I'll send you the files for it. It's a good sessions beer.

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Old 11-10-2005, 02:41 AM   #7
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If I could figure out a Pelican Doryman's Dark clone, I'd be brewing that next. Guess I'll have to rinse out the growler & drive over.

Doryman's Dark Ale

Our American Brown Ale has a dark brown color, with a balanced aroma of roasted malts and Northwest-grown hops. The sweetness of the ale and crystal malts blend beautifully with the assertive flavors of Cascade and Mt. Hood hops. A brew to be savored.

This beer originated as a prize-winning homebrew many years ago. When Darron, the Head Brewer, began designing the beers for the Pelican Pub and Brewery, he adapted his old 5 gallon homebrew recipe to his new 15 bbl (465 gallon) brewery. It was well worth the effort, for not only has the Doryman's Dark Ale been a perennial favorite here at the Pelican Pub, but it has garnered prestigious professional awards.

Awards won by Doryman's Dark Ale:

Grand Champion, 2005 Australian International Beer Awards

Champion Ale, 2005 Australian International Beer Awards

Best in Class (Ales), 2005 Australian International Beer Awards


Gold Medal
2005 Australian International Beer Awards, Dark Ale
1999 Great American Beer Festival, American Brown Ale category


Silver Medal
2005 Great American Beer Festival, American Style Brown Ale category
2002 World Beer Cup, American Style Brown Ale category
2002 North American Beer Awards, American Brown Ale category
2000 World Beer Cup, American Brown Ale category
2000 North American Beer Awards, American Brown Ale category
1998 Great American Beer Festival, American Brown Ale category


Bronze Medal
2005 North American Beer Awards, American Style Brown Ale category


Ingredients:

* Pale Ale Malt
* White Wheat Malt
* Caramel Malt
* Chocolate Malt
* Mt. Hood Hops
* Cascade Hops
* Magnum Hops
* Pure Local Water
* Pure Ale Yeast

Brewing Specifications:

* 14 degrees Plato
* Alcohol: 5.8% by volume
* Bitterness: 42 IBU
* Color: 33 lovibond

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sure do. thanks.

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david 42, that looks mighty tempting to try.....

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David42 looks like he has a winner . No awards on this side of the Rockies.

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