This was new to me. The full details pages have a lot of info.
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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?
Pub -> short for Public House.
n. Chiefly British
A place, such as a tavern or bar, that is licensed to sell alcoholic beverages.
Can you lookup 'connotation' and 'denotation' while you're there. ;p~~
What can I say. I couldn't resist the literal reply to Stevie's question!
I saw some photos of open swan neck lautering systems and decided that HSA will never be a concern for me. I suppose it's a possible cause of sherry notes in high gravity dark beers that are very old, or not.