This was a big deal. For the 1st time, I let someone else try my beer. The had both my Belgian Tripel and Old Stone House Pale Ale. They loved them both!
It sure feels good. I need to brew more.... went through a case today.
I seem to always need to brew more And congrats on the affirmation!
My roommates like my beer too It goes very quickly...
Primary: Edwort's Apfelwein
Primary: Brewingcentres Pale Ale
Primary: Brewcraft - Cheap 'n' Shiddy Bavarian WheatKegged: Brewcraft - Cheap 'n' Shiddy Bavarian Wheat Kegged: Brewcraft - Enhanced Dutch LagerOn Tap: Brewcraft - Irish Stout
no one likes my beer, sure they say they do, but you can tell by the way they take large gulps in effort not to taste anything, and quickly finish it and move on to their lawnmower lagers
Does it seem like most Friends & family use mainstream beers (like Coors Light) to compare/rate your home-brews? (sorta like comparing the taste of Ginger Ale to Orange Crush)
--- But when they love it, that's a good feeling
Congrats!!! People look at me funny when I tell them I make beer. I told them they never tried homebrew before!
Congrats man!! It is a great feeling when people enjoy your brews
My general rule is, if I can't confirm they've every drank and enjoyed a good microbrewed beer before they don't get near my homebrew. I'm not in it to convert anyone!
Primary - Plain Pub Bitter
Bottled - Brewer's Best English Brown Ale (Suprisingly good!), EdWort's Apfelwein, Cleveland Winter Pale Ale
Tap-A-Drafted - Sweet Baby Stout
On Deck -
My son and his recently college-graduated buds love my beer. Almost all of my friends and family over the age of 40 can't get it past their nose and head for the Coors lite.