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Old 04-09-2010, 09:00 PM   #21
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Oh man, we're talking a rich source of new beer names here! Planetologist Porter, Richese Rauchbier, Arrakeen Ale, Harkonnen Hefe! Alliteration abound!

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Old 04-09-2010, 09:07 PM   #22
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Here are the ones I have done. Some of them have labels in my gallery too. Unfortunately, no one gets the references, so I have started to name recipes without the Dune jokes.

Mentat Marzen
Sardukar Schwarzbier
Tears of the Maker ESB
Old Baliset Brown Ale
Princess Irulan Mild
Bene Geserit English Pale Ale
Ixian Pale Ale (IPA)
Golden Path Hefeweizen
The Sullen Swordmaster Dunkelweizen
Ghola Maibock (Dead Guy Clone)

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Old 04-09-2010, 09:55 PM   #23
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Here are the ones I have done. Some of them have labels in my gallery too. Unfortunately, no one gets the references, so I have started to name recipes without the Dune jokes.

Mentat Marzen
Sardukar Schwarzbier
Tears of the Maker ESB
Old Baliset Brown Ale
Princess Irulan Mild
Bene Geserit English Pale Ale
Ixian Pale Ale (IPA)
Golden Path Hefeweizen
The Sullen Swordmaster Dunkelweizen
Ghola Maibock (Dead Guy Clone)
I love it! Especially the Ghola Maibock as a Dead Guy clone, and the Ixian Pale Ale as an IPA. I could see not many people getting it, but it's still a fun thing for us Dune geeks out there. In that vein I'm planning an Ale of Darkness (Army of Darkness) right now which will essentially be a stout with a cross of US Warrior hops for bittering and UK Kent Goldings for aroma. I figure Ash is a bitter American warrior, and he ends up in the UK to fight the undead. Works for me! Well, good luck with your beers. I will see you around uwjester!
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Old 07-17-2011, 07:16 AM   #24
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Loved this beer and so did my friends.

Used Willamette hops only (3/4 oz 60 min., 1/2 oz 30 min., 3/4 oz 2 min.)
I used safale US05 yeast.
Just put the freshly ground grains in the carboy dry before racking.

This was only my third brewed beer, so I didn't quite understand the flavor/aroma properties of hop additions yet.

Great recipe, will probably make another batch for the winter holidays.

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Old 10-01-2011, 01:40 PM   #25
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Would your spice profile work for a pumpkin ale? I was thinking of using the same spices and perhaps some ginger but wasn't sure about the amount. I want to be able to taste the spices because most commercial pumpkin ales are too subtle in my opinion but don't necessarily want it to be overwhelming.

By the way, I like your emphasis on using good spices. Great beer name too.

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I've never added pumpkin to any beer, but I don't see why not. I think ginger would be a pretty good addition to this recipe. I'm planning on a gingerbread stout this year instead of the usual spice ale. I agree that a lot of the commercial examples of spice ale still feature the beer. I like my porter and IPA to be about the beer, let the spice ale be about the spice.

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Old 10-05-2011, 01:57 AM   #27
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I ended up adding whole cloves (slightly pulverized) and ground ginger to your spice recipe for my pumpkin ale. I'll report back in a few weeks when it's ready to drink. I think it'll be great for turkey day.

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Old 10-05-2011, 03:13 PM   #28
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Man, I haven't read the book in so long. I can usually get 4-5 books in and then he loses me. I think I started God Emperor of Dune...

What was the name of that box thing that the Bene Geserit had Paul put his hand in??

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Man, I haven't read the book in so long. I can usually get 4-5 books in and then he loses me. I think I started God Emperor of Dune...

What was the name of that box thing that the Bene Geserit had Paul put his hand in??
pretty sure it was called the box or the pain box.

I just made this beer again for the third time. Its one I always have to keep on tap for my and my friends girlfriends since all the guys drink IPAs. I bottled half of this last batch to give to people as presents this year.
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What was the name of that box thing that the Bene Geserit had Paul put his hand in??
It was the Gom Jabbar. I just read Dune for the first time...I know, WAY behind!
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