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camonick

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My new amber ale— ENGINE 66.
Not sure if I’m diggin the hop combo in this beer. Copied the kit ingredients for MoreBeer’s Alaskan Amber clone. Cascade for bittering and Saaz @ 10 minutes for flavor. It’s still young, so maybe the last pint will be awesome.
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I spent the holiday weekend in the big city of Charlotte with my wife for a little anniversary stay-cation. Hit a couple breweries and tap rooms. Not many pics. Got back to my little piece of heaven yesterday and proceeded to crack @TwistedGray Apricot Sour. Probably my favorite from him so far.

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Today I cracked the first of my “light” lagers and I believe I nailed it. Warm fermented with 34/70. 3.2% abv and quite “crispy” even at only a week in the bottle. Another week of conditioning and some time in the fridge and it should be great.
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I spent the holiday weekend in the big city of Charlotte with my wife for a little anniversary stay-cation. Hit a couple breweries and tap rooms. Not many pics. Got back to my little piece of heaven yesterday and proceeded to crack @TwistedGray Apricot Sour. Probably my favorite from him so far.

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Today I cracked the first of my “light” lagers and I believe I nailed it. Warm fermented with 34/70. 3.2% abv and quite “crispy” even at only a week in the bottle. Another week of conditioning and some time in the fridge and it should be great.
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I've had pretty good luck with the warm ferments, 🍻
 

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It's Tripel Time! HB from c. Thanksgiving 2019. Hasn't changed much in the bottle, (not bottle conditioned so unsurprising.) No oxidation though so that's a good thing! Sweet & spicy nose like banana bread, a little apple, grape and something almost tropical. Flavor isn't that bad, only knock is the alcohol bite and astringency in finish. I actually like it. Disregard the P71 staring longingly at the beer.
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