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Old 12-09-2012, 01:46 PM   #31
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Im up in Vancouver BC my sous chef brought in a bottle to sample last night after we finished a party. It's got great notes starts very mapley then smokey and at the end like bacon greese. Not for everyone but I like it It's suposed to be hard to find up here but after work we went to the liquior store and found it right away. The only down side is it's $16 or so a bottle Anyone have any Idea how to clone this It does have a detailed grain list on the bottle.
They sale bacon extract syrup. That might be the way to go.
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Old 12-09-2012, 04:57 PM   #32
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cook bacon and drain on paper towels, then place in a container with vodka. this will give you a good tasting bacon extract that can just be added to your secondary.

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Old 12-11-2012, 01:01 AM   #33
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cook bacon and drain on paper towels, then place in a container with vodka. this will give you a good tasting bacon extract that can just be added to your secondary.
Not a bad idea. I'd refrigerate it after it soaked a while then skim off the fat
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Old 12-12-2012, 01:16 PM   #34
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I recently attempted small batches of a honey bacon ale. I used smoked beechwood and cherrywood malts, cooked the bacon in oven till it was crispy but not burnt and saved the fat. Used the bacon in the boil. Then added the fat to some vodka to make an extract. Left it a few days then stuck in freezer and skimmed off the fat. Put back in freezer and following day ran through coffee filter. This process removed most the fat. I still wanted it a little smokier so added some liquid smoke to the extract. After 2 weeks in primary I added the extract and let sit for 2 more weeks. Haven't bottled yet but tasted the other day and is pretty good! Has just enough bacon after taste! Good luck with yours

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Old 12-19-2012, 12:35 AM   #35
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I found a place here at the Jersey Shore that carries it. I picked up a few bottle for the family to try over the holidays. I have had it, I like it super smoked bacon smell to it. Not something you could drink multiple bottles of but it was a decent beer.

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Old 12-19-2012, 11:53 PM   #36
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I see they teamed up with Voodoo again to make a Chocolate Peanut butter Banana beer. Im interested in trying it out if I find it.

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Old 12-20-2012, 01:25 PM   #37
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Yea I posted that 6 posts ago. I don't think it should be too hard to find. I mean this abomination was easy to find. Hopefully it is better.

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Personally I enjoy the maple bacon, but not a fan of the peanut butter, chocolate, banana! I actually have 2 bottles of the peanut butter choc banana up for trade if anyone wants to try it. Also still have two bottles if the bacon, one of which I'd be willing to trade for someone who hasn't had the opportunity of trying. Anyone interested feel free to pm me

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Personally I enjoy the maple bacon, but not a fan of the peanut butter, chocolate, banana! I actually have 2 bottles of the peanut butter choc banana up for trade if anyone wants to try it. Also still have two bottles if the bacon, one of which I'd be willing to trade for someone who hasn't had the opportunity of trying. Anyone interested feel free to pm me
Ed's solid, got my bottle of PB Choc Banana and some homebrews from him sitting in my fridge. Can't wait to kick this cold and drink them.
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I enjoy the beer, it's solid. Much more maple than bacon. I've had 2 different bottles and I like it.

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