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Old 01-12-2010, 06:11 PM   #1
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Hey all,

So I'm as big a golf dork as I am a homebrew dork. I'm trying to decide a style to brew for The Masters this year and I'm looking for some ideas.

I've actually been lucky enough to attend the tournament 3 times but I don't think it's going to happen this year so I want to have a party and have a beer that fits the tournament.

Ideas???


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Old 01-12-2010, 09:48 PM   #2
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Where is the masters this year? We'll start with that.


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Old 01-12-2010, 10:04 PM   #3
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Lol! 987654
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Where is the masters this year? We'll start with that.
The same place it is every year Pinky, Augusta.

How about a barley wine, 18%abv with some oak character
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Don't know the style but some names could be Cheetah Woods, Under Par, Back Nine, Magnolia, Amen Corner, Augusta, Arnie's Army, Butler Cabin or in honor of the past chairman of Augusta National, Hootie Johnson.
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You could make a Boggie Bock, a Bunker Blonde, a Par Porter, an Eagle Eisbock, a Double-boggie Doppelbock, or an APA-Ace Pale Ale.
How about a Snowman Stout.
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gotta be something that goes well with ham sandwhiches, eh? Isn't that what they serve at Augusta for like $1.50?

- Hogan Bridge Pale Ale?
- Amen Corner IPA?
- Eisenhauer Tree Maibock?
- Golden Bear Golden Lager?
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How about an Apricot Wheat, I'd say peach but I think the Apricot typically yield s better results. AW was probably one of my best received home brews ever.
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Well the modern game of golf was born in Scotland in the 12th century, so...
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gotta be something that goes well with ham sandwhiches, eh? Isn't that what they serve at Augusta for like $1.50?

- Hogan Bridge Pale Ale?
- Amen Corner IPA?
- Eisenhauer Tree Maibock?
- Golden Bear Golden Lager?
They do serve ham but they are famous for the Pimento Cheese sandwich.


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