Shmohel said:Slightly off-topic, but I did the test and then went to the DuClaw brewing website. Did anyone see the flash demo they had that outlined the process of brewing beer? I thought it was pretty aweseome and very well put together.
Go to this link: http://www.duclaw.com/ourbeers.asp; and click Brew Process
Geez...they matched me with Venom too...and I HATE pale ales. Methinks there's a conspiracy here2nd Street Brewery said:OK wait. I got matched with Venom too. Is that the only type beer they make? I'm going to do it again to pick to most off the wall answers and see if I can get a different style.
Dang, synchronicity! My dog's walking with a limp too. Of course it may have something to do with him getting "fixed" the other day, but I think it's much more likely that our dogs, your snakeskin, and DuClaw's cheesy poll are somehow related in the grand scheme of things.desertBrew said:Yea, another venom. I thought it might be related to the snake skin I found on my back porch the other day though. And why is my dog walking with a limp
Nah on letting him crawl on me. Guess they can bite and it's painful but you gotta piss them off. He did seem a little pissed when I took his beer away. Got all puffy and macho like he wanted to start a bar fight.El Pistolero said:Now that is totally cool. I've had "close encounters" with horned toads, scorpians, rattlesnakes, coral snakes, sea snakes, and even a bear once, but I've never seen a tarantulla up close. Did you pick him up and let him crawl all over you?
Oh, so you're a lager kinda man eh?2nd Street Brewery said:Hey, don't be dissin' my lagers!!
See, ales are like blondes. Always good looking and worth a run about. Lagers are like brunettes. Generally are pretty decent, with less numbers of quality than blondes. But, those that are at the pinnacle of beauty can really knock your socks off (Ayinger Celebrator).andre the giant said:Oh, so you're a lager kinda man eh?
I've had mixed results with lagers... some good, some bad. The last lager I tried, (pilsner) cheated on me. She was a beautiful German blonde, but a real cold (fermenting) beyotch. She left a bad taste in my mouth. I'm sure I'll see another lager, and even a pilsner, but I'll be more careful, because I don't want to get hurt again. In fact, I may have to use the old line, "Can we just be friends?"
Ales, on the other hand, are hot (fermenting). And they "put out" (shorter fermenting and conditioning times) a lot quicker. Give me a hot, ebony ale, and I'm set for life.
The way I like it..... hmmmm, the darker the better! (when I am not in my hop the **** out of it mode)2nd Street Brewery said:isn't that what homebrewing is all about? Making the beer you like the way you like it.