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Old 02-12-2012, 05:38 PM   #221
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Old 02-12-2012, 11:09 PM   #222
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Old 02-13-2012, 12:04 AM   #223
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Old 02-13-2012, 08:09 PM   #224
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Every year we bury some home brews in the BLM a few miles from our house so that we can store some for tasting the next year, this is an annual tradition that we all enjoy. It was a little snowy still this year but we picked a good site where the snow has been clearing fine.

Halfway through the dig:


We're always surprised at what we dig up because we keep no real records of what we stashed the prior year. Sometimes we bury half homebrews and half commercial brews, looks like last year it was all homebrew.


Here's what we buried for next year: Homebrews: Red ale (small beer), Oud Bruin, Scotch Ale(8%). Commercial: Sam Adams Cream Stout, Michelob Dark Lager, Tommyknocker Cocoa Porter.


It was quite cold and muddy so we trekked back to the truck for sampling,
First up was our Pinon Pilsner, it almost gushed and was a tad overcarbonated, it took awhile but still tasted good.


Then we had the scottish 80 schilling. It could have been better IMO, but was still drinkable. I guess we missed the picture on this one.

Then I'm pretty sure we tried the jalapeno blonde here somewhere, it was imediately dumped as it was too hot since we left a pepper in this one and everyone wanted some taste buds left for the remainder. (no picture of this one either)

Then came the lambic, we had two different batches of this and both are over the top sour but very complex, we decided a little more oak is needed.


Then we have what is probably our best tasting beer, the Pinon Stout. Excellent beer.


And last but certainly not least we have the strong scotch ale at 13% abv. Awesome caramelly smooth and very dangerous.


I guess 5 out of 7 aint bad?
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Old 02-13-2012, 08:14 PM   #225
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Idk if this is strictly beer but here is my apple cranberry cider. Its 8% and you can't taste the alcohol. This can get me in trouble quicker than edworts apfelwein

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Do you have a recipe? It's about time to make another batch for myself and that sounds great!
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Old 02-13-2012, 10:31 PM   #226
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Do you have a recipe? It's about time to make another batch for myself and that sounds great!

It's basically just like edworts apfelwein just subbed one gal of apple juice with one gal of cranberry juice. Next time i might add more cranberry juice for more cranberry taste but planning on priming this batch with some cranberry before i bottle. It's good and smooth right out of the fermenter once it was clear sure it will age nicely like people say about the apfelwein which its hard to keep. Should bury it like the post above. Bravo man i'll wouldnt have the patience to do
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My very first brew...an Irish Stout kit.
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My Espresso Stout...Thought it wasn't going to work out...after a few more weeks in the bottle, AMAZING.
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It's basically just like edworts apfelwein just subbed one gal of apple juice with one gal of cranberry juice. Next time i might add more cranberry juice for more cranberry taste but planning on priming this batch with some cranberry before i bottle. It's good and smooth right out of the fermenter once it was clear sure it will age nicely like people say about the apfelwein which its hard to keep. Should bury it like the post above. Bravo man i'll wouldnt have the patience to do
Thank man. I'll have to try. I do love the apple cran combo.
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