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Old 02-03-2013, 05:52 AM   #22531
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Old 02-03-2013, 05:53 AM   #22532
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just finished a devils milk from duclaw. First beer from them that has been really good all there others are just eh ok but this one was pretty tasty. says its a barley wine style ale but i didn't really see that and didn't get a buzz really but was still tasty and would drink another for sure


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Old 02-03-2013, 05:58 AM   #22533
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Dunkel. Who else warms there beer up when it's below freezing out?
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Old 02-03-2013, 05:59 AM   #22534
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750 ml of the new bottle Three Philosophers Quad. Hadn't tried it before, the cherry was quite tasty.
Buy another and let it age a while. I have a few of the 2012 edition that I am keeping for a while. The time makes the cherry come through even more. Great beer.
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Old 02-03-2013, 06:01 AM   #22535
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Buy another and let it age a while. I have a few of the 2012 edition that I am keeping for a while. The time makes the cherry come through even more. Great beer.
I actually got this one today because I got one of the older design bottles just before Christmas time that I've got in the wine cooler aging with the 2011 Fuller's Vintage ale. Only could get one bottle of the Fullers so I figured I better let it age, anyone had that one before?
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Old 02-03-2013, 06:12 AM   #22536
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*check*

Another guy who things 120 is actually a barleywine.
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Old 02-03-2013, 06:14 AM   #22537
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This $hit is YUM!!
Doing some studying I see. I wish I had bought some individual style books to study with. I mostly studied the style guidelines, obviously, Designing Great Beers and Brewing Classic Styles.

Having another 3 Beans. Good stuff.
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1-week bottled undercarbed tester of my Chinook Vienna SMaSH. Actually makes a decent American IPA.
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Doing some studying I see. I wish I had bought some individual style books to study with. I mostly studied the style guidelines, obviously, Designing Great Beers and Brewing Classic Styles.

Having another 3 Beans. Good stuff.
This is more like technical research for my own brewing, but yes, it's helping with that too. I have to give a presentation on English pale ale and hopping throughout the brewing process in a few weeks. I've read BCS, some parts over and over and plan on getting DGB at the urging of the girl running the class.

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This is more like technical research for my own brewing, but yes, it's helping with that too. I have to give a presentation on English pale ale and hopping throughout the brewing process in a few weeks. I've read BCS, some parts over and over and plan on getting DGB at the urging of the girl running the class.

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And, of course a li'l beer never hurt.
In my opinion, Designing Great Beers is up there with BCS, How To Brew, and Yeast, as a must-read for any homebrewer.

Although I don't really consider BCS a book you "read" per se, as much just general reference. I read specific sections when I need them.


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