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Old 08-16-2012, 11:39 PM   #13631
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Gulping down Dogfish Head's 90 min.


Wonderful stuff right here!
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Old 08-16-2012, 11:51 PM   #13632
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Dogfish Head Tweason'Ale...somewhat underwhelming. and i'm a DFH fan. good for something gluten free i guess. not sure as i've never tried anything gluten free before. what's gluten again? mmm...gluten.
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Old 08-16-2012, 11:56 PM   #13633
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Dogfish Head Tweason'Ale...somewhat underwhelming. and i'm a DFH fan. good for something gluten free i guess. not sure as i've never tried anything gluten free before. what's gluten again? mmm...gluten.
Gluten is what makes bread dough sticky. Its found in wheat, oats, and barley, which is why gluten free brewing is hard. Sorghum (redbridge, dogfish head) and pure sugars seem to be the best ways to get fermentables for beer for gluten intolerant or Celiac (gluten allergic, basically) beers. Makes eating out interesting too.

Not gluten intolerant, but I have friends who are...

And I agree on tweason ale. Yurrgh.

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Old 08-16-2012, 11:58 PM   #13634
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Toecutters Honey Pale Ale
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Old 08-17-2012, 12:04 AM   #13635
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Shiner Bock. Bout the best thing on tap here!

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Old 08-17-2012, 12:25 AM   #13636
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My U.K. Ipa, holding up very nicely for having a bit of age about 5 months. Rakau and Nelson Suavin hops.Alot of citrus floral and grapefruit. First and only time using a starter with washed yeast(wlp005-british).Turned out better than the others with no starter. Although I did many styles with this yeast I dont think its that versatile of a yeast to use with many styles.
And my last East Kent Goldings Digeman's Pale Ale with 005 yeast also.Not bad. Both recipes from the Homebrewing made easy book. Except I did an all grain version. Very happy with the results from all the recipes I did with that book.

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Old 08-17-2012, 12:48 AM   #13637
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Well, I haven't brewed since the summer since it's been too hot in my apartment. So lately I've been staring down these two mediocre batches I made earlier in spring-- a witbier I racked on top of Gala apples and an experimental amber flavored with blackstrap molasses. The molasses one was too thick, oily and 'salty'. The witbier, while it smelled great, was pretty thin on character, over-carbonated and had no depth. I could drink 'em, but I would never share either one.

What's a guy to do? On a whim just now, I poured half of each into a glass, not really hoping for much. I figured I couldn't sin against beer if it was barely drinkable before.

It's delicious.

Who would have thought? Nothing like any style I've had before, but each cuts the flaws of the other, and I would swear that it brings out the apples and molasses, which were both hidden before. My only regret is I suffered through so many before I thought to try this. I'm definitely going to try blending any 'failures' in the future.

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Old 08-17-2012, 01:22 AM   #13638
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For my first ever post on this forum, I'm drinking Sixpoint Sweet Action. Not bad.
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Old 08-17-2012, 01:32 AM   #13639
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Affligem Blond, then a Paulander Salvador. I'm waiting for my local liquor store to get their bimonthly 2 cases of Pliny.

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Old 08-17-2012, 01:32 AM   #13640
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For my first ever post on this forum, I'm drinking Sixpoint Sweet Action. Not bad.
Welcome brewer!

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