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Last one for tonight before going out to the tent in the backyard. Our girls wanted to sleep in the tent this week. At least I have an air mattress.
This is a rotating hops IPA from a local brewery. Thankfully I was able to get one of each can instead of four full 4-packs from our local Wegmans. Cheers and good night.
 

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Does it taste like beer? Put on a welding hood and call it a Stout.
I’m not a purist, by any means. I make beer. I make it in a fairly wide variety of styles, but I don’t pore over the BJCP guidelines prior to putting a recipe together.

I actually like this beer well enough to make it again. Maybe I’ll call it a “Session Pastry APA”. :cool:
 

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While moving a couple hundred pounds of dirt I roughed up my big toe and it's little piggy next to it...laid up since yesterday morning.
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From BOC 2019 - Honey Ginger IPA (@ whoever made it...)
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Time to keg and bottle this one
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And testing out @CaddyWampus beers - in order of favorite to least favorite : ) I'll bottle up the above and out goes my FotHB shipment : )
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Wasn't sure where to put this post so I'll leave it here.
I took my car into the shop today to get a front end alignment. While there I started chatting with the owner, who has a ton of odd and end collectible items. No rhyme or reason to any of it. He has a 1912 Dayton scale that I commented on due to that company's past association with The Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company (which became IBM). In the conversation I mentioned I brew beer. He took me into his office (also filled with memorabilia), and pulled out this unopened can and gave it to me. What do you think a 29 year old Coors tastes like? :eek:

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I can't imagine you have any intention on ever opening that thing?

They distribute out that way? I like their sours (all barrel aged).
 

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Red wine tonight, because I missed 'Red Wine Sunday' during the boil. Not so impressed with the Kviek so far. Pitched at 0900 today, it took that long to cool my wort. Primary looks like a still lake. Few bubbles, but c'mon...let's go! Hopefully it'll go soon. Sigh..
 

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'Not so impressed with the Kviek so far. Pitched at 0900 today, it took that long to cool my wort. Primary looks like a still lake. Few bubbles, but c'mon...let's go! Hopefully it'll go soon. Sigh..'


OK, never thought I would quote myself...sigh, the mighty Voss is alive and kicking ass!! KOS! We have Krausen!!

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