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Old 01-01-2010, 04:53 PM   #1
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Default 512 bourbon barrel aged double pecan porter

512 is a local Austin brewery, so far not bottling. But if you are in the south texas area try them out. They are a little over a year old, and already have a pretty good following here in Austin. Anyways, they put out a special release that is totally divine. http://512brewing.wordpress.com/2009...-pecan-porter/


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Old 01-02-2010, 03:45 AM   #2
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I was just down in Austin last week and I had a glass of the "plain old" Pecan Porter at Draught House. Awesome stuff.


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Kevin's a great guy and makes great beer. If you really want to clone any of his brews shoot him an email and he'll give you the recipe.
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We were lucky enough to go to their open house on Halloween. Great people and great brews!
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Their open houses are always sooo crowded but unresistable. Seems like they have 3 or or 4 per year.

I wouldn't dare try to clone 512, I wouldn't do it justice.
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Old 04-19-2010, 06:04 PM   #6
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Their open houses are always sooo crowded but unresistable. Seems like they have 3 or or 4 per year.

I wouldn't dare try to clone 512, I wouldn't do it justice.
I would.

FYI, Austin is central Texas. No biggy... just... wanted folks to know where to book their flights.

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My pecan porter kicked last night so I put my barrel aged pecan porter on. Now I need to head to Airgas today to get some beergas so I can put it on nitro.

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Default Mmmmmmm!

Just had my first Pecan Porter and it was one mighty fine pint! I'd love to know how y'alls brews turned out if you tried this one. And if anyone could throw me a recipe that'd be cool too.

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We get it up in Dallas/Fort Worth as well. It's good stuff.
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I tried the Whiskey Barrel Aged Double Pecan Porter and it was badly infected, receiving drainpour status.


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