« on: August 27, 2016, 07:42:18 AM »
Which shop was it, l've been trying to source CaraRuby to take a shot at the Watershed recipe from Denny's book. None of my usual spots carry it.
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That's been my favorite thing about more breweries going to cans. I can bring home plenty of beer and not worry about breakage. I've checked bombers before, but I always worry they won't make it. And soak everything else in my bag.checked baggage safe.I didn't know that. I can bring home beer. Nice.
Absolutely agree. I don't buy beer in bottles anymore. Only cans.I don't go that far, too much in bottles only I like.
Wish I could can at home.
I like the new direction Pabst seems to be taking and I hope the OLD TANKARD becomes more widely available (I have yet to see it on draft anywhere here in NJ).
It's really good to see a big brewer making a solid effort to make distinctive, quality brews...and succeeding so well at it.
I hope you all realize that you're going to be burned at the stake at the next inquisition?What do inquisitors make these days?
I had some great beers from Bairds while eating at Morimoto Asia in Downtown Disney last week.I found that at aJapanese restaurant in Milwaukee. What a great beer.
The Angry Boy Brown Ale was fantastic.
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Here's great article about "Market Disruption" that suggests that Bud has been making the same mistakes as companies such as Kodak and BlockbusterThat's an interesting piece, but they ignore the distribution advantage AB has.
Hard to imagine a world without those blue cans of Bud Light littering the sides of the roads, but a boy can dream, can't he?
I don't think that my pressure canner would fit one gallon jars.
How much headroom do you need to leave in a jar when pressure canning? I'd imagine you can't can a 1-qt. starter in a 1-qt. jar.
I haven't tried it but the concept is legit.
4L of starter for $10. That's only 400g of DME, so you're paying for convenience. It's expensive... but then again so is buying a pressure canner.
I've weighed buying a pressure canner. Not cheap. The convenience is there after the initial time spent. I might have to give this a whirl. The other question is, is there an expiration date issued to this product?