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Last time I was in Germany (2018) I was able to buy Budvar at the local gas station, along with a selection of many beers. They also sold it at one of the grocery stores in the Frankfurt airport.
IIRC back in the 80's when I was stationed in Germany someone had to bring it back from another...
That's all I got when I clicked on my link now that I clicked on it.
I like that I can mix and match in 10lb increments and still only be paying a little over a dollar a pound depending on what I'm buying. When they have the 20% off coupons it's even better. I don't think we will be seeing...
Just one example. Buy $59 or more and it's free shipping. All vacuum sealed.
Depending on where you live www.ritebrew.com might work out for you too. Great place but shipping is too much for where I live on bulk grain purchases.
The top one. I've had a version of the bottom one break on me and cause a cut hand.
I have one that's identical to the Emily you linked. Bought mine off of ebay as an Italian capper iirc. Just a different name imo.
I've wondered about cannabis for bittering. At least on home brew shop was selling hemp bud by the oz for $20 per iirc. Lots of cbd.
However, I harken back to my youth. Smoke the weed, drink the beer. It worked in the 70's and even in the 80's. No reason it wouldn't work now.
Had a Kobalt string trimmer. Worked great for the first season. Then it wouldn't work, Lowes wouldn't work with me.
Ended up tearing apart my 25 year old Homelite gas trimmer. Replaced the rings, gave it a scotchbrite hone on the cylinder walls, and it works again. A ring had broken and...
I just tuned in, Brady has hit 3 times since I've been watching and he's not been happy with anything. I have a feeling this isn't going 18 holes.
Tiger just gave Manning a good read on a putt, I wonder how many strokes I'd save with a pro green reader? Lol.
Had a friend with a nice boat, he would take me salmon fishing out in Puget Sound. His one rule was no bananas on the boat. I asked why and he said it's bad luck and will bring bad luck. I pressed him further and it was instilled in him during his time working for a guide boat captain.
One of my favorites. I think you will like it in your lager.
I'm not sophisticated enough to identify all the nuances of the flavors, all I can say is I love the flavor of Willamette in lagers and ales. It adds to the malt flavors while providing bittering.
FWIW I purchased 36lbs of LME earlier this year at a very good price. It wasn't worth it. I have limited experience with LME prior to this. IMO it's best used for a moderate to higher ibu brew. What I'm saying is add enough hops to cover up the crazy flavors that come from LME if you can.