Going to brew a Helles with this today. I know, I really should be brewing a Pilsner but I have my heart set on a Helles. Will repost on my findings as day progresses. Recipe is 95% floor malted pils and 5% floor malted Munich.
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You guys don't want a new sound system, you want your youth back. Just come to terms with the fact that it's not the medium Spotify that is causing Aqualung not to sound as it did back in the days, but time itself
Pro tip..don't as Hank Williams tour manager. For one thing, he's probably not an audio guy. For another, there's a HUGE gulf between home and pro equipment. Start by defining what's wrong with your system now that you want to correct. See, it's just like troubleshooting beer!
Occasionally I take contract jobs that allow me to travel to fun beer related destinations. Huntsville Alabama is one of my favorites! Lots of great beer and good people in and around Huntsville. I had no idea till I visited the first time, nice surprise. Looking forward to my next visit.
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Man...that is really weird how you are bad mouthing these guys without knowing anything about them...it seems like they have put in the time and deserve the respect...I'll stop here...fingers hurt
We recently got a cease and desist notice from a winery in New Jersey for one of our flag ship beers "Lost Highway". In spite of Hank William's legacy in Alabama, we chose not to fight this and change the name. It sucked to change the name but under legal advice we did. There really isn't precedence in disputes between wineries and breweries. Perhaps this will change things one way or another.
Trust me, I didn't need another reason to hate New jersey.
FYI, there is definitely a beer named "Lost Highway" (a black IPA) by Mother Road in AZ. There appears to also be a Lost Highway Brewing Company in CO. You went the way that Clown Shoes did with Vampire Slayer (funny enough also due to a winery suing them). On the other hand, changing the entire name of a brewery or meadery isn't quite as simple, especially considering that Michael's meadery is definitely more well known in the US.