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dbeechum:
Ok, so to you, my brewing compadres I must turn and pick yer brains.

I usually like to tie the things I'm brewing to some piece of the moment and as I plan an RIS for this Sunday, I've got to think of Superbowl additions.

New Orleans is a piece of cake - chicory coffee.

Indy though? What am I supposed to do, throw a horse in there? Maybe a big racing slick? What am I missing about that town with a qb that I still have residual college animosity towards?

babalu87:

--- Quote from: dbeechum on February 04, 2010, 10:38:21 AM ---Ok, so to you, my brewing compadres I must turn and pick yer brains.

I usually like to tie the things I'm brewing to some piece of the moment and as I plan an RIS for this Sunday, I've got to think of Superbowl additions.

New Orleans is a piece of cake - chicory coffee.

Indy though? What am I supposed to do, throw a horse in there? Maybe a big racing slick? What am I missing about that town with a qb that I still have residual college animosity towards?

--- End quote ---

1lb of Flaked Maize
OR
A lb of Lactose, the Indy 500 winner drinks milk every year

denny:
+1 to the flaked maize.  On NPR this AM they were talking to restaurant owners in both cities about what they planned, and the woman from IN said she was planning on popcorn since corn is a major crop there.  Even mentioned that Orville Redenbacher got his start there.  Hey, this may be the perfect time to pop some popcorn and toss it in!

dbeechum:
Damn.. now why the hell didn't I think of popcorn and lactose. Admittedly, for a stout I'm more likely to lean towards lactose than corn.

I think I'll go hang my "experimenters" hat over the in the corner and sit here shamefacedly penitent.

beerocd:
You should turn this into a poll. I vote corn too.

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