Kentucky Breakfast Stout is a bourbon barrel-aged version of Breakfast Stout.
It's actually a different base beer as well.
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I would be skeptical of using some domestic Munich malts, but the beers I've made with Best, Weyermann, Dingeman's are out of this world.
I may be in Denver in August sometime - how close is Silverton?
Being a hippie is "cool" nowadays???
Congrats! Hope some more money comes with the title.
Are you coming to the Colorado State Fair Foam Fest this year?
He is describing restaurants like French Laundry, Per Se, Alinea etc. It's obvious he has never been to any of them (for a number of reasons).
It may not be the case, it was my theory when I had this problem and changing them worked for me. My o-rings were worn and appeared to be binding when I put the QD on.
Now, if you're not making great beer, I don't really care what kind of system you have. It just means you've got some work to do.
Arrive at 5:30 or 10:30, not any reasonable dinner hour; sit in cramped quarters on tiny chairs; eat what the chef tells you to eat, and you'll take the damn sauce and like it. Oh, and no friggin' photos, dirtbag!
Can you make whiskey in Florida? Yes.This discussion should be done more discretely.
May you make whiskey in Florida? No.
I thought you were supposed to use butter for that, not vodka?
There is the implication that Gary's system "gets the job done" in that it makes beer (but not very good beer), while a Sabco makes beer as good as pros.