Hoptoberfest fermenting. Belgian Barleywine will (hopefully be brewed tonight). IIPA on deck to be brewed in September to be ready for hunting season.
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+1 to all of the above, but Ill add Flying Dog's to the list. I get it very fresh here as well, so that may be why, but its a great hefe.
I agree completely. The worst headaches I've ever gotten are from drinking a couple cups of Miller at a Blackhawk's game (yes, I've done this repeatedly). .
That's funny. The worst headaches I've ever gotten were from drinking beers at a Rangers game and realizing that I paid at least $60 for crappy beer. (and I've done this repeatedly too.)
I am getting close to getting the recipe finalized but had one more thought. Should I used Columbus only for bittering or would it work well in the last 10 minutes of the boil?
There is a beer from a brewery in St. Louis that gives me a headache if I drink more than one.