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Old 06-23-2009, 12:12 AM   #2011
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Leinie's 1888 Bock, good stuff.


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Old 06-23-2009, 12:21 AM   #2012
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Saison DuPont....

YUM!!!!
I bought a four pack of that and thought it tasted terrible. I'm not going to give up on it though, maybe I just need to acquire a taste.

But right now I am drinking an Olde Town Amber. Its one of the few Alabama breweries.


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Old 06-23-2009, 12:55 AM   #2013
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the last of my Hefeweizen ( 3 gallon back up keg from NHC ).

What is left... SWMBO and I are fighting over.... need to brew some more.


That the same one? That was pretty good stuff.

I think my amber-weizen is ready to keg
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Old 06-23-2009, 01:00 AM   #2014
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That the same one? That was pretty good stuff.

I think my amber-weizen is ready to keg
yep.
I hauled an empty 5 gallon and 1 2/3rds empty 3 gallon keg home on BART that night.

Amberweizen sounds yummy.
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Magic Hat Wacko Summer Seasonal. Meh.
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And another one comes over to the Dark Side.
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Magic Hat Wacko Summer Seasonal. Meh.
It's drinkable for a midday summer beer, it's not really a "drink for taste" beer.
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And another one comes over to the Dark Side.
the dark side is cool....
and we have cookies.
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the dark side is cool....
and we have cookies.
I know, I hang out there a lot.
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2 oz taster of the Hefeweizen I racked to the keg yesterday morning. Outstanding. Perfect balance of banana and clove, with just a touch of spiciness from a late Saaz addition.



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