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Old 01-19-2013, 02:23 AM   #21011
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Iamb redwing an IIPAS soon ... haven't worked up the recipe yet, but it will definitely have amarillo, simcoe & citra.


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Old 01-19-2013, 02:32 AM   #21012
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I bought it for the bottle, which is really cool, and ceramic. The beer isn't half bad, either. After the head calmed down, I was able to drink it, and it is making "A World Without Heroes" much easier to stomach.


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Old 01-19-2013, 02:33 AM   #21013
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Port City's Optimal Wit, Monumental IPA and Revival Oyster Stout at their tap room, and taking home a growler of their Porter.
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Havent brewed with these enough! But Im about to, doing a pliny and ranger clone next. Cant wait. Maybe throwing amarillo in there too.
Amarillo would be a great late/dry-hop addition and will be included in mine next time around! :cheers:
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It may have been voted the best beer in the world, but is it anything to write home about? I'm not trying to be judgmental; I'm genuinely curious.
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It may have been voted the best beer in the world, but is it anything to write home about? I'm not trying to be judgmental; I'm genuinely curious.
It's damned good. I don't think it's as good as their Hefe, but that's just me. Their Hefe is up there for me as far as the best beers in the world.


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Steelhead Porter from Mad River. Very good. Nice and sweet flavor (Special B maybe?) with a wonderful nose. Very drinkable. And at $4 a bottle at the bar? Can't beat it.


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