Thanks! A barleycorn wine?
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I am careful about not aireating the mash, but is there a concern with HSA while lautering/sparging? I usually runoff into my BK that hangs on the edge of the kettle simply with a hose. sounds like someone taking a leak in my kettle.
The graybeards around here may recall back in the halcyon days of the 1970s that it was very hard to get Coors anywhere but Colorado and westwards. A huge mystique built up around it and everybody east of the Mississippi had to get their hands on some. People would go out of their way to bring cases of it back East.
In terms of American Light Lagers, Yuengling is the new Coors (reversing the east & west coast, obviously). I still don't get it.
My hair is not grey and I can't grow a decent beer, but back in the '80s we drank a lot of Coors in high school. Extra Gold. I haven't seen it since.
I have to say I was excited to try Yeungling when I was out in Philly a few years back and once I had it I was disappointed. Just didn't seem that special.