I think Cooperstown Brewing Company uses Ringwood.
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Monday's my birthday, I'm off from work and brewing up a pseudo-Oktoberfest with Wyeast 2124 at ale temps. Can't wait.
What's your method/recipe? I'm really interested in doing something similar but had my ideas shot down by my buddy who is self-proclaimed lager expert. Is it possible to brew an ale that looks and tastes pretty close to an oktoberfest? I just don't have the ability to lager at the moment.
Oh, and happy birthday!
My favorite scene in Beerfest is when they're sampling the beer they made and one guy says "oh I want to put my dick in it" and another says "oh I want it to put it's dick in me! "
Now whenever I drink a beer that's just AWESOME I call it 'dickinit' good. Still haven't had one I considered 'dickinme' good though!
-Sent from the future.
It's called Brew Masters, and you can order it on iTunes. It only ran for five episodes I think...