I read a news article from 2 years ago where commenters noted the similarities in the logos. It takes a pretty big lapse of judgement to think having a logo so similar, even if "legal," is a good idea.
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Only rehydrate on beers over 1.065. I've pretty much switched my IPA and IIPA over to US-05 because I am using WY1007 on my other styles and I don't care for it as much in IPA/IIPA.
IMO a good brewer needs to taste beer all the way through the process, from wort to glass.
I wish that the seasonals, especially from them, would stay the same for more than a year or two. I personally like the anticipation of a good seasonal instead of ones that are continually changing. I used to love their old spring seasonal Mighty Arrow and every once since it has been a bit of a disappointment to me.
I find that my tripels tend to be popular with people who don't usually drink a lot of craft beer. For parties, I'll typically make a tripel and maybe a wheat beer of some sort. I find that non-craft drinkers seem more likely to try it if it looks similar to BMC.
That makes sense - you're just producing acid with the bacteria, not alcohol.
all I need is one stupid ounce for a clone of Funkwerks Tropic King.
Nate - how long does it take the bacteria to reach full attenuation? When I try this, I always seem to get a LOT of acidity but little drop in gravity.