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Old 11-22-2011, 03:11 PM   #1
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Default Happy Thanksgiving! What 'cha gonna drink?

Happy Thanksgiving to all of you. I hope the day is enjoyable and satisfying. I assume most will be eating some variation of the traditional meal, so what are you drinking with it?

I am planning on sharing a vertical of Stone Vertical Epics going back to '05.

Among the things I am thankful for all my virtual friends here and throughout the internet brewing world. Happy Thanksgiving. Don't choke on a bone.


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Old 11-22-2011, 03:23 PM   #2
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i'm hoping my dampfbier will be fully carbed and ready to go.


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Old 11-22-2011, 03:27 PM   #3
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i'm hoping my dampfbier will be fully carbed and ready to go.
Dampfbier?! Cool. Is it a pretty traditional recipe, yeast, fermentation temp and all? I hope you will share your results on this one.
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i'm really not very knowledgeable about it. i just found a few mentionings of the style when i googled what to do with hefe yeast.

my recipe is a blend of these two:

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f12/damp...ew-day-181401/

The Northern Brewer Homebrew Forum • View topic - Dampfbier Recipe

yeast was danstar munich (because that's what i already had)
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Sounds great. I would like to try a traditional version with the weiss yeast but I am not sure I would want a whole batch. Your variation sounds great.
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I'll be bringing a ton of beer to the family festivities. My homebrews include: Pliny the Elder clone, B3 Barleywine, and a dark pumpkin spice ale.

I'll also be bringing a 2008 Old Guardian and Stone's 15th Anniversary.
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probably my imperial stout and my buddies' raspberry barleywine.
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Bayern Faceplant, Full Sail Hop Pursuit and if I have guests, I'll open a bottle of Mead.
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Homebrew. I've got whole batches of beer that never got touched. Hopefully my neighbor comes over and helps.

TASTY THANKSGIVING BREWPASTOR!
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Snap we're going to have a selection

Oregon Suburban Orchard Cider 2 mags
Aventinus Weizen Doppelbock clone growler
Stella Artois sixer
St. Bernardus Christmas Ale mag
Lindeman's Frambois
New Belgium Folly Sampler halfrack
Blue Moon Winter Abbey Ale halfrack
Sierra Nevada seasonal 6-er
a few cans of keystone leftover from a friend


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