Estilo casero indeed!
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What I was trying to convey is that in Missouri we are allowed to include distilled spirits in the 200 gallon per 2 person household for personal and family use without having to have a license. So we can legally do homemade spirits in MO without having the tax collectors knocking at our door.
People say the darnest things!
i have two friends who shine regularly. they make damn fine hootch and have never been troubled by the law, if that's what you are wondering. if one doesn't blow up their garage, who really cares?
I think it has changed over the years. Several years ago, just for that one season, it was way hoppier than the usual Celebration. I think maybe they borrowed Sam Calagione's Randal to brew it with that year. I thought it was their best vintage yet, but apparently not everyone agreed. Several people I spoke to about it didn't like it being that hoppy. I sure did though.
Celebration season is my favorite time of the year. I'm not a fan of the spiced and fruited holiday offerings, but the big winter warmers are always a treat.
I think we've been over this in another thread. I know for a fact, from people at the brewery who I trust, that the recipe hasn't changed in years.
Just picked up a case yesterday. I love this beer. It's not easy to find when you live down the road from Yuengling.