Thanks for the tips! I'll definitely brew something tomorrow. I was thinking of using some rye malt, I've never brewed a rye saison before. How much would it be okay to use?
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I dunno, if I search for "beaver anus" I don't find anything about raspberries...
Then simply watching out may not be enough. You'd best wear your mirrored clothes to reflect the laser back into the elephant's eye so it goes stampeding off in the wrong direction and tramples the lion with the wolverine on its back. Then you'll finally be safe.I think that, much like a shark riding on an elephant's back, it is something to watch out for but not necessarily anything to worry about.Yeah, but what if it was a shark with frickin' lasers?
Thanks for the advice!
I've brewed american wheat beers with tropical hops, like citra, summit or something from NZ, and my BMC friends, or PMC in this case (Pacifico, Modelo, Corona), really liked them. Also wit biers and Hefe Weizens are pretty popular. Some of them actually liked my brown porters and APA's but most of them said they were too bitter.
Here in the Mid-West (USA) the BMC drinkers often consider Pacifico, Modelo and Corona to be too exotic. Your friends are a few steps closer to real beer than your average Bud-light drinker.
but most people seem to end up with Ball's two-head filler.
Economically, a semi-automated canning setup is actually less expensive than bottling, in both capital and per-unit costs. The two Ball units, gently used, sell for about half a minivan.