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Old 06-08-2009, 01:10 AM   #11
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I say bottle a bunch of Apfelwein. That is the recipe for a guaranteed great orgy!
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Old 06-08-2009, 02:49 AM   #12
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I am brewing a rasberry/pomegranate stout for my brother-in-laws wedding comming up in July. He is a homebrewer as well, so its my little present to him. I say you buy the bud light, and have some of your own homebrew there for you and some special others. Plus, it will be a hell of a lot cheaper if you brew it yourself vs buying 3 different types of micro brew. At $10 a six pack, I have a hard time NOT brewing it myself!

By the way, Congrats on the wedding!


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Old 06-08-2009, 03:11 AM   #13
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Are you thinking homebrew, or commercial brews?

If commercial, I'd go with:
Sam Adams Boston Lager
Boulevard Wheat (if you can get it in NY)
Dundee IPA
And some Labatt Blue for the BMC drinkers

If you're brewing it:
Belgian Wit
Irish Red Ale
Brown Ale/Porter
Pale Ale
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For my recent wedding party I brewed up a batch of an American wheat for the BMC drinkers, made a back sweetened batch of Apfelwein for those who like sweet drinks and for the drinkers I brought along a 10% ABV IIPA Simcoe SMASH... Everything went over very well.
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