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Old 02-04-2009, 10:40 PM   #1
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I'm brewing a light ale that I will lager once it's done. The idea was to make a real light easy drinking ale for my friends who like drinking light beers and also wanted something that I could drink all night long. See this thread for how I arrived at the recipe. http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f12/look...recipe-100223/

So the beer should end up to be 7% abv and real low IBU like 12%

I'm short on ideas. I kinda wanted to name it after my father in law fred who likes light beer and I like to give a hard time.

so far all i have come up with is Fat Bastard Light Ale

I would love ideas if anyone has one.

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Old 02-05-2009, 12:34 AM   #2
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is this an original recipe? I am not really in to naming my beers, but I would go with "Fred has Herpes" lager


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Old 02-05-2009, 12:37 AM   #3
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I would call it "cheap trick"

as in what a whore does for money
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Old 02-05-2009, 02:23 PM   #4
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is this an original recipe? I am not really in to naming my beers, but I would go with "Fred has Herpes" lager
It is an original recipe. I got the idea from a base recipe and tweaked it with beer smith and recomendations from hbt.

how did you know fred has herpes? do u know him?
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I'd have to sample a few to get the name just right.
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I would call it "cheap trick"

as in what a whore does for money
"Illusions, Michael. A trick is what a whore does for money!" -- Gob Bluth.
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Nice pick up. I was hoping someone would get it.
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Nice pick up. I was hoping someone would get it.
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I'd have to sample a few to get the name just right.
no problem. pm me your info and when it's done i would have no problem sending you some samples. i like feedback.
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so far all i have come up with is Fat Bastard Light Ale
I would go with "Skinny Bastard" or "Skinny Bastard Light Ale".


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