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Old 10-05-2011, 01:58 PM   #1
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Default No Brown Shugga this year

According to Lagunitas, they didn't have the capacity to brew Brown Shugga this year. Oddly enough, I'm a huge fan of this beer and I've never had the commercial version. I brewed a clone and it has just finished bottle conditioning and I thought that I had finished it just in time to get my hands on the real thing so I could do a side by side.

If anyone has some of this cellaring please let me know so we can work out a trade maybe.

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That Sucks, I always liked it.

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If you're just needing 1 bottle, I can do a trade.

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Old 10-12-2011, 01:48 AM   #4
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That Sucks, I always liked it.
Lagunitas Sucks!
http://brookstonbeerbulletin.com/lag...s-holiday-ale/
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Aside from their beers, the personality that oozes from Lagunitas is something that keeps me as a fan. Maybe there will be a surprise spring run of the Shugga. I hope the holiday ale make it to TX.
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Aside from their beers, the personality that oozes from Lagunitas is something that keeps me as a fan. Maybe there will be a surprise spring run of the Shugga. I hope the holiday ale make it to TX.
couldnt agree more... the labels caught my attention, the beer keeps me coming back. SO much personality.

OP, any chance youd share that brown shugga clone recipe?

I had some brown masshugana at a holiday ale festival last winter... it was my favorite beer there by far, but certainly not the first one I had-- since most beers were 9%+, I didnt take good enough notes to even consider a clone, but Id love to try something in the neighborhood.

I wonder what this "sucks" beer has going differently for it that made them able to brew it but not the brown shugga. eh, im sure itll be great.
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couldnt agree more... the labels caught my attention, the beer keeps me coming back. SO much personality.

OP, any chance youd share that brown shugga clone recipe?

I had some brown masshugana at a holiday ale festival last winter... it was my favorite beer there by far, but certainly not the first one I had-- since most beers were 9%+, I didnt take good enough notes to even consider a clone, but Id love to try something in the neighborhood.

I wonder what this "sucks" beer has going differently for it that made them able to brew it but not the brown shugga. eh, im sure itll be great.
http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f12/can-...shugga-175374/
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Lagunitas Sucks is out now. It's a really awesome IPA, actually. Gotta agree with everyone about Lagunitas' personality, they have a great sense of humor and I like when a company can poke fun at themselves.

Review of Sucks here: Bear Flavored: LAGUNITAS SUCKS HOLIDAY ALE REVIEW

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