Quote from: homoeccentricus on February 16, 2016, 05:26:46 PMBut not to a communion party in Belgium because you would be excommunicated.What's a good communion party without an excommunication?
But not to a communion party in Belgium because you would be excommunicated.
Quote from: Pinski on February 16, 2016, 03:28:27 PMBut, why do I get the feeling you'll go for a 7-day "koelsch"? Because I have started a beer judge course and I need to get to know the style?
But, why do I get the feeling you'll go for a 7-day "koelsch"?
Ah, I see. Well, If I was as proximal to the land of Koelsch as you are, I know how I would be familiarizing. It is a lovely style to brew.
- Klein Kabouterke (Little Gnome). A low alcohol version of Chouffe (Pilsner, Amber Candi Sugar, Styrian, Saaz, Coriander, Belgian Ardennes). No idea whether that will be good.
No doubt. Think of it as a road trip !
Quote from: HoosierBrew on February 16, 2016, 08:05:06 PMNo doubt. Think of it as a road trip !It wouldn't be a road trip. It would be an obligatory, almost business trip for my beer judge studies. For the advancement of science, as it were.
If you wanted to go with the consuming stale bread theme, then you could brew a kvass. And pair it with a table strength saison brewed with the cheapest wine you can get your hands on. That would fit the communion theme as I remember it.Then again, maybe your clergy is classier out your way....Sent from my XT1585 using Tapatalk