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Just tapped my most recent double NEIPA hopped with cryo Strata, Citra LUPOMAX, Galaxy, and Nelson sitting right at 8.4% ABV.

It is boasting beautiful fruit forward notes of white wine, passionfruit, and melon with undertones of earthy cannabis. One of my favorite ipas I’ve made
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I just spent way too long wondering why the “Jeep” was upside-down 🤣🤦‍♂️
Hahaha SWIMBO made that for me with her vinyl machine years ago when we first started dating. I used to drive a beat up XJ
I love the glass even though I messed it up in the dishwasher within a week of getting it. Now I joke it’s a tongue-in-cheek message not to indulge and drive (looks like a wrecked jeep grill)
 

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The brews all look great'n'tastee. Yet the barkeep are all drastically shorting yer pints. Look at all that empty glass and head! :mug:
Well one of the specific things I aim for as a brewer is head retention and one of my biggest pet peeves is a no head pour lol
 

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Well one of the specific things I aim for as a brewer is head retention and one of my biggest pet peeves is a no head pour lol
Oh, head is good. Yet, one thing I appreciated doesn't all my trips to England was they are required to give you a pint (20 ozs, w/small allowance for head) if that's what you paid for. I was just teasing with my post. :bigmug:. (note the head ;) )
 

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First Belgian Dubbel - Belgian pils, caramunich, special B, D90 and D180 candy syrup. WY3787. 8.0% ABV and very smooth.
Your post inspired me a bit. I whipped up a Belgian Single recipe last night after seeing this. Was going to do an APA this weekend but I think I will switch to this single as I have not brewed a Belgian.
 

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Your post inspired me a bit. I whipped up a Belgian Single recipe last night after seeing this. Was going to do an APA this weekend but I think I will switch to this single as I have not brewed a Belgian.
Awesome! Ive certainly enjoyed brewing mine and having it in the rotation. Good luck with the Belgian Single!
 

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This is one very good red ale. Went to my local beverage store after work today to pick up a six pack of Oyster City IPA. Unknown to me but they had just received 2 cases of Smithwicks Red Ale. A lady in front of me was in the process of purchasing all of the two cases they had. I complimented her on her selection and low and behold she gave one bottle to me. Beer people are such good people.
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