that was the first or second pint out of the keg? that one usually goes down the drain.
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Yeah, this one has been a revelation. Sweet and kind. Can't believe she was in the shelter for 10 months (or even worse, someone adopted her for 4 days and then returned her because "the mother didn't want her"
Planning a big brew day, 15 gallons of bitter, 10 gallons of ABA, and 5 gallons of Brown Porter. Need to get the kegerator filled for the summer.
Paul, back to your thought on the Sierra Nevada terminology; what are your thoughts? I think they're just covering all the bases by using both terms, but I wonder if all the term confusion helps or hinders the cause. They're a great brewery with great beers, but IMO their (or anyone else doing the same thing) advertising strategies inadvertently hurt the cause (e.g. Tom refuses to drink their Harvest Ale).
Oh, and I saw the SN Southern Hemisphere Harvest at the store yesterday. I looked very carefully. It said Fresh Hop Ale in all caps on the neck label, Fresh Hop Ale in all caps on the bottle label, and the text had the word fresh in it two more times. But it also said they were dried. From their websiteQuoteLike our Celebration Ale, the fresh hops in this beer are dried right after being picked then shipped immediately to Chico for brewing so that they retain their peak aromatics and flavors.