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A special thanks to our forefathers. Because of them, we enjoy the freedom of being able to legally brew our own beer, right in our own homes.
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That pic was from the ending of Prohibition. As far as legally brewing at home, that law was passed by Bill Clinton a little more recently.
 

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That pic was from the ending of Prohibition. As far as legally brewing at home, that law was passed by Bill Clinton a little more recently.

None the less... without the end of prohibition, we wouldn't be enjoying beer legally today.
 

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Momma taught me, good things come to those who wait. Boy was momma ever right. Brewed December 26th 2019. 6.3% ABV Dunkle Bock. No screen licking now, we don't want you to catch "the virus" but... can you smell the malty sweet chocolate over there?
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Finally some proper spring weather to ring in the weekend. HB blackberry saison is getting clearer as it sits in the keg. Kicked back on the front lawn for a bit before dinner. Needed that.View attachment 678344

Right at 100° here today, and I spent half the day on my roof rehabbing one of my swamp coolers that hasn't worked in 2 years. Now it's time to kick back with a brew!
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DIPA. Unsurprised by the lack of clarity as I used a modified version of my NEIPA grist; am surprised by the color as the only remotely dark malt i used was about 7oz caramel steam (40L). Tastes great though with mosaic and Idaho gem.
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Love kellerbiers!
One of these days I need to do some reading on where to even start with making one

Nothing to complicated, you can make a “Keller” version of just about any German lager. Starting with a Helles or Pils and simply serving young and unfiltered and you got yourself a Kellerbier:mug:
My inspiration is Victory Brewing Company’s Braumesiter Pils, one of my top 5 favorite beers.
 

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