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HB Czech dark lager. Love this style

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did it fit to a specific dark lager style i.e. czech dark or schwarzbier or international dark lager? Ive had plenty of these beers labeled just as "dark lagers" which I also dig. Havent had that one though
It was probably more Czech than anything with the malt character but had an American hop presence. It was solid
 

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A HB saffron tripel from @wetmk .
Spent the morning installing a new rebuilt transmission in my son’s pickup in my freezing shop. I really want to brew tomorrow, but since the daytime high temperature is only supposed to be 4°, I think I’ll wait until next weekend.
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Come to NY, It upped 20s, you can replace my Pressure plate in my clutch so it stops slipping and I’ll assist your brew lol
 

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Come to NY, It upped 20s, you can replace my Pressure plate in my clutch so it stops slipping and I’ll assist your brew lol
If it wasn’t 1700+ miles, I’d do it. I’d bring a nice assortment of beers to trade too. I’ll brew next weekend… it’s supposed to be almost 40°.
 

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If it wasn’t 1700+ miles, I’d do it. I’d bring a nice assortment of beers to trade too. I’ll brew next weekend… it’s supposed to be almost 40°.
1700 miles is worth the ride for @Dgallo brews :)

Nice smooth 2021 holiday stout. I had a freshie which was meh. It was a special barrel selected version by a really good whiskey guy. Time did it good. Smoothed out the barrel and vanilla is more roasted marshmallows
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Wow, great tasting Belgian strong ale, Delirium Red tips the scales in at 8.0% ABV. That makes this a BIG beer! Great and solid 1 finger head, lasts a couple minutes, medium lacing. Deep reddish color, this beer is produced in the fruity style with cherry and elderberry, and boy does that show through. A beer produced in the Belgian tradition of fruity delicious candies, pastries and deserts.

This is a delicious beer with the cherry and elderberry additions, almost like a fruity Lambic. I’d like to make an ice cream float with this one, what a terrific beer. Almost like a soda pop, all the unsure fledgling beer drinkers are sure to love this.
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Amnesiac DIPA by Phillips Brewing & Malting Co. from Victoria, BC. I'm trying to forget the small disaster that happened with my Spruce Tip Porter brew this morning. :rolleyes:

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Uhhmm...yeah. The airlock stayed on for about another 10 mins, then POP!! out comes the Krausen! S*&#!!! This was my first blowout. :oops:

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Maybe that third packet of yeast was a bad idea for this 1.100 brew...sigh. Oh well, I have a spigot at the bottom of this Fermzilla, so the krausen protected the beer as I emptied almost all of it into a good 'ole brewing bucket and threw on the lid as soon as I could. 5 mins later, more krausen was forming, so I think I've saved it. Well, only time will tell. Hopefully it's alright. Whewph! o_O
 
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