I'm always saddened when I hear that someone hasn't seen that movie.
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Currently having an IPA and Schwarzbier on tap I'm finding the combination of 2/3 IPA & 1/3 Schwarzbier is the shcitz!!! The Carafa II in the Schwarzbier is what's giving it a very nice, smooth roasted flavor. If/when I brew a Black IPA, that's the route I'm taking; a combination of the two recipies.
This is my FAVORITE part of having a kegerator (aside from not bottling).
I loooove blending beers on tap to figure out new recipes. My favorite so far is 3/4 Kolsch with 1/4 Trad. Bock. If Spaten brewed an Amber, I think it would taste something like this...
I think you'd be surprised at the amount of yeast left, but yeah pitching yeast is always a good bet.Wow really? I don't know how one forgets about something like that. I usually can't stop thinking about it and waiting for it to be ready to drink.
Also, I have to say - finding lost carboys is fun. I once found a carboy full of 9 year old date mead that got lost in a closet.
I would bet Denny has tens of thousands.
Probably, but I don't wanna know!
please don't bring up that name again...the flood of posts by him unfortunately turned me off to a certain forum...He doesn't really post there anymore. Although I have looked to see if he didn't just quit going there altogether and he visits regularly, just doesn't post. Fortunately.
It's not quantity, it's quality!Beerider comes to mind...haha.
No one has mentioned one of the best things about buying commercial beer: free bottles!...unless you keg, then you dont care, but for us bottlers that is always a plusGotta watch out for the breweries that use screwtops though. Goose is one of them.
I stopped in a Montana roadside tavern last Saturday morning, and I crafted a beer.......Yeah it's called Red beer...people down at my local bar do this alot. Add about an inch of tomato juice to the bottom of the pint glass then pour a can of PBR in to blend. I wouldn't wanna do it as I'm good with PBR. But I can see how someone could like it.
I asked the bartender to add a small dose of Clamato juice to the pint of PBR he just drew me.