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Old 11-22-2012, 01:09 PM   #1
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Default What is Everyone Drinking this Thanksgiving??

I'm bringing an Oktoberfest style lager, my Backyard Hop Wheat Lager with homegrown Centennials, and a Soriachi Ace dry hopped pale ale with me up to Fargo, ND to share with my father-in-law and brother-in-law
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Old 11-22-2012, 01:12 PM   #2
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I'm serving an imperial nut brown ale (bottled back in April) with dinner.

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Old 11-22-2012, 01:15 PM   #3
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My favorite homebrew day of the year. It's the last of my fall brews (2 versions of pumpkin ales) and start the kegs of the winter season brews (gingerbread porter and KBS clone).
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I have 2 different BDSA's and 2 different Saisons in the fridge for consumption later today.....YUM

I don't do turkey but do duck instead. I sear the breasts and, braise the legs and thighs with leeks, dried cherries in some BDSA.
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Rogue Dryhopped Red and some wine. No homebrew is ready at the moment.
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While I'm deep-frying our two turkeys, I will enjoy one of the last bottles of my Bourbon Barrel Porter. I brewed it in August 2011, and took some to Texas at Christmas to celebrate my grandson's baptism.

I believe we'll be drinking wine with our meal, however. But more beer WILL be consumed today!

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Yooper's Dogfish 60 clone, a california common and a holiday spiced ale.
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My Badfish IIPA, Pumpkin Ale, Apple Honey Cherry Cyser, and Nukebrewer's IPA.
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No homebrew ready this year, unfortunately. Going to my sister's early to watch the Lion's game with my BIL, bringing a sixer of New Holladn's "Ichabod Pumpkin Ale," and a Sixer of Cheboygan Brewing Company's "La Cerveza" pilsner.
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Bringing a few bombers of an Oaked Blonde Ale and a Sour Watermelon Wheat. Also a growler of spiced cider. I was hoping my Rye Saison would be ready but fermentation took forever....
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