- Jun 18, 2020
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- St Louis, MO
You able to share the recipe or is it a trade secret!? I've made the Centennial Blonde and it was good but not exactly my favorite, looking to try a different light beer for visitors.Yep, brewing a fresh batch of my blonde tomorrow, have plans on entering it into the Brewers Cup this year.
5 days in the keg/fermenter and the Verdant IPA yeast is smelling lovely with Citra, Mosaic and Galaxy. I'm definitely getting the apricot. Can't wait to dry hop this!
First of all, I don't have 6-row on hand. Second, I figured the lower stats you mentioned might require less conditioning. Would love to drink it with March's lion.Wow, great!
I too decided to brew the 1939 version instead of the 1935, which I planned initially.
It seems a bit less extreme in hops (42 IBU vs 67 IBU) and alcohol (6.6% vs 7.1%) than the 1935.
Would be nice to compare our concoctions when they're ready!