I posted a couple days ago about mixing .5# of roasted barley in my IPA grain bill, at the LHBS. I got all picked out that I reasonably could. The brew is under way, but I now seem to have a black IPA. Oh well. I'm still making beer, eh?
How can have a Black Pale ale?
I didn't know you actually brewed beer
Keith, do drunk you think you is?And weaze, most beer styles were mistakes... Stout for example, imagine the cheap bastard that burned his barley and made beer with it anyway. Post pics, I'm interested.
Quote from: majorvices on November 27, 2009, 11:16:57 PMHow can have a Black Pale ale?I have an answer but there is NO WAY it is PC
Just doesn't make sense. How can something be Black and Pale? The term "pale ale" came about because the beers were not brown or black.
Quote from: babalu87 on November 28, 2009, 01:28:13 AMQuote from: majorvices on November 27, 2009, 11:16:57 PMHow can have a Black Pale ale?I have an answer but there is NO WAY it is PCYou must be a white middle class male. Anyone else woulda just said what they were thinking and it'd be funny. IPA - NoirRoasted IPABlack IPA is probably the best. -OCD