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Old 10-26-2013, 01:37 AM   #3081
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Here are a couple of mine. Tallahatchie Brewing Company out of New Albany, Mississippi. Trying to stick with a Southern theme. Got a lot of inspiration from modernlifeisANDY's labels.

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Old 10-26-2013, 03:08 AM   #3082
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Brewed two mini-kegs of this for our Blazonctoberfest (company is Blazonco) event today. It was a big hit!

In case the text is unreadable:
"A guy drinks a Shock Top and hates it, and you think that of ME?
No. I AM the one who Shocks.

HEFEWEIZENBERG is a decidedly American wheat beer with
a hint of orange, a blast of Noble and Cascade hops, and a clean
American finish.

Its extra bitterness makes it almost like a wheaten pale ale, but its
young wheat haziness make it technically a Hefe.

At a mere 4.5% ABV, it's quite sessionable - so drink up. Don't
be shy; we'll cook another batch.

Let us know what you thought at http://high-brau.com"
This is amazing!!!!!!!
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Old 10-27-2013, 08:01 PM   #3083
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The latest for Simcoe Maris otter SMASH

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Old 10-28-2013, 07:05 PM   #3084
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This is amazing!!!!!!!
Thanks! Nobody seemed to get the joke, but everyone liked the beer (which was dead simple, recipe follows - not sure if it's more of a Wit or a Hefe but either way it's real tasty and sessionable). It was up against Kostritzer and Bitburger, and we kicked both mini-kegs of my homebrew and the others still had a bit left by the end.

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2.75 Gallon batch

~3 Gal spring water
0.5 oz Hallertauer leaf / 45 Min
0.3 oz Sweet Orange Peel / 5 min
3.15 lb NB Wheat LME / Flameout
5-6 Oz Orange Blossom Honey / Flameout
Handful of Cascade leaf (probably about .5-1 Oz) / Flameout

1 packet Danstar BRY-97 rehydrated, pitched at 60 F
Fermented at 62-65 F for 3 weeks
Kegged into two mini-kegs for a yield of 2.6 Gal and force carbed
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Old 10-28-2013, 08:03 PM   #3085
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Default AHA Big Brew Labels...

Our first AHA event was this year in Grand Rapids, MI. The group brew was, appropriately enough, Beer City IPA. The daughter-in-law did all the art work.



We had 8 beers to offer. Our Imperial Rum Stout ran out in just a couple hours. Lots of fun! Can't wait for next year... Grand Rapids will be hosting the AHA convention.

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Old 10-28-2013, 08:14 PM   #3086
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Our first AHA event was this year in Grand Rapids, MI. The group brew was, appropriately enough, Beer City IPA. The daughter-in-law did all the art work.

We had 8 beers to offer. Our Imperial Rum Stout ran out in just a couple hours. Lots of fun! Can't wait for next year... Grand Rapids will be hosting the AHA convention.
I think I had your Kona coffee stout there. Good times!
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Old 10-28-2013, 09:14 PM   #3087
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Our first AHA event was this year in Grand Rapids, MI. The group brew was, appropriately enough, Beer City IPA. The daughter-in-law did all the art work.
I REALLY like the template! Big props to "the daughter-in-law"!!
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I think I had your Kona coffee stout there. Good times!
Yeah, we had a few different offerings.
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Old 10-28-2013, 09:38 PM   #3089
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I REALLY like the template! Big props to "the daughter-in-law"!!
Yeah, without her artistic ability our equipment would have looked great but our labels would be stick men... LOL!
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Old 10-31-2013, 01:02 PM   #3090
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Brathair's "Red Eye'd Irish Punk Ale"

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