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Old 11-01-2006, 01:23 AM   #161
mmm beer
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Oct 2006
Tecumseh, Ontario
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Hefe, and still some homemade wine from last year
Primary 1:Hefe
Primary 2: nut brown ale
Secondary 1:
Secondary 2:
Drinking: anything i can get my hands on
Bottled: last to are off to my secret santa recipient
Kegged 1: guinness clone (all done now)
Kegged 2: black ale
Next up: american lager, nut brown ale, extra stout
going to do two batches this weekend

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Old 11-04-2006, 06:55 PM   #162
Steel Comma Ale & Lagery
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Oct 2004
Menomonee Falls WI
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Lake Front Brewery's variety pack. East Side Dark, Cream City Pale Ale, River West Stein Beer, Fuel Stout (coffee stout), Klisch Pilsner, Cattail Ale, Pupkin Ale, Organic ESB (my fav). Warming up for the Brewery tour after the badger game with Pumbaa.
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Had some Bud Light analyzed once. They told me my dog had diabetes... And was pregnant

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Old 11-05-2006, 01:58 AM   #163
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May 2006
Adams, MA
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Stone Smoked Porter. Phenomenal beer. A little bit of smoke aroma, not overwhelming with the smoke flavor. Great chocolately flavor. I *need* to find a clone, this is a fabulous beer.
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Old 11-08-2006, 05:25 AM   #165

Rogue Chipotle Ale - Nice smoky flavor up front, sweet caramel notes and a slow building heat. I'm drinking it as a research project of sorts. I'm thinking of formulating a Chili Tripel.

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Old 11-08-2006, 06:33 AM   #166
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Aug 2005
Torrance, CA
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Bear Republic Hop Rod Rye.

Tonight one thing went better than planned and another just makes me want to drink.

And one of them was the election...

Since this isn't a political board I'll let you decide which one!
Fermenting:#160 Apollo/Calypso Pale Ale
Kegged:#153 Old Helicon Barleywine 2013, #157 Irish Red, #158 Mosaic IPA, #159 Bravo/Delta ESB
Up Next:Brown Porter, American Stout, Imperial Stout
My Recipes
Tuba Sonata

Smith & Co. Custom Tap Handles

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Old 11-08-2006, 10:04 PM   #167
Oct 2006
Fitchburg, MA
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Originally Posted by Brewtopia
Rogue Chipotle Ale - Nice smoky flavor up front, sweet caramel notes and a slow building heat. I'm drinking it as a research project of sorts. I'm thinking of formulating a Chili Tripel.
I LOVE that since I've started brewing I can use "research" as an excuse to drink more beer.

"An alcoholic is someone you don't like who drinks as much as you do."
- Dylan Thomas

Nut Brown
Secondary: Empty
Bottled: Experimental Cider
Long Gone: Oatmeal Stout, Pale Ale, Cranberry Wheat, etc.

Thinking about:
More Cider, Lagering....

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Old 11-10-2006, 01:51 AM   #169
Flyin' Lion
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Jan 2005
Chester, VA
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Legend Brewery's Chocolate Porter. It's a seasonal beer that I've been waiting for and think I'm going to get them to fill a corny for me tomorrow.

It's still a little too cold, as I just took it out of the 'fridge, but very good.

Very strong chocolate aroma, goes down smooth with a chocolatey aftertaste. (a beer judge I am not, but I know what I like)
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John Madden has officially been put on suicide watch with the annoucement of Favre's retirement.

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Old 11-10-2006, 04:44 AM   #170
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Dec 2005
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I'm drinking another IPA. Centenial IPA. I like it very much as it seems very balanced. The hops are not overwhelming.

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Cherries in the wheat
Michael's Wheat

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