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Old 09-19-2006, 02:33 AM   #31
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Right now I'm drinking a Titch's Wit, but what's important is that this is the first beer I've had outside of a social/meal situation in almost 1 month.

GUYS! I'M OFF THE WAGON AGAIN! WOOOOOHOOOOOOO!

Right on Walker!


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Old 09-19-2006, 02:36 AM   #32
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Right now I'm putting down a SNPA, and thinking that I'd like to get Dude's advise on turning his SNPA clone into an SN Double PA to brew as my first AG.


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That reminds me... can you bring me a 6er of that when you come down? I'll trade you a 6er of Gaelic Ale.

-walker
I planned on hitting a liquor store down there when we come down there for some local brews. That was one of them.

I'll see if I can find some Hop Rod Rye--it is like gold. I'll save this last bottle I have right now if I can't find it. At least you can try it.

Congrats on being able to drink again. I'm enjoying a nice buzz tonight.
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Old 09-19-2006, 02:39 AM   #34
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Right now I'm putting down a SNPA, and thinking that I'd like to get Dude's advise on turning his SNPA clone into an SN Double PA to brew as my first AG.
I have an SNCA clone--not a SNPA clone. It wouldn't be hard to find one on this site though. Ask Bjorn Borg/Ivan Lendl, he has a good one.
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Old 09-19-2006, 02:44 AM   #35
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I have an SNCA clone--not a SNPA clone. It wouldn't be hard to find one on this site though. Ask Bjorn Borg/Ivan Lendl, he has a good one.
D'oh! Stupid Jacksonville winning done screwed up my sensibilities.

C'mon Pittsburgh! I got 12 on you in my confidence pool!
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D'oh! Stupid Jacksonville winning done screwed up my sensibilities.

C'mon Pittsburgh! I got 12 on you in my confidence pool!
that's what i'm talking about.... is it time for Batch?
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let's see Batch right now, another pumpkin ale for me
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Big Ben is NOT on his game, let me have another BEER to appease my loss...

f**kin steelers, dammit...
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Man...I was hoping to get to the Stone Vertical Epic 06 tonight, but I'm spinning right now. I might just pour a good nighter 12 ouncer.....save the VE 06 bomber for another night.....

The Lindemann's Cassis is SO awesome.
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My Dumb Blonde. Mighty tasty. I used Mt. Hood and Hallertau for flavor and aroma. It has a hint of orange to the aroma, and just a little spicy, but not enough to scare off my less hoppy friends. Very nice and balanced. Next time I'll use the correct lovibond crystal, 15 instead of 35, and make it a real blonde.


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