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Offline alikocho

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Re: Need a Substitute Yeast
« Reply #30 on: July 11, 2011, 11:34:17 PM »

Oh, and then there's the White Stout idea (aka Project Moby) that one of the craft brewers in my home town is thinking about.
I've made the range from Irish Stout on down changing only the amount of Roasted Barley.  In the mid to low end low end you get Irish Red Ale.  At the "White Stout" end, you get something like an English Summer Ale/Bitter.

The idea is to get the roasted flavors of a stout in a Wit. He hasn't done it yet.
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Re: Need a Substitute Yeast
« Reply #31 on: July 12, 2011, 06:50:05 AM »
Ok, I'll bite.  What's a Cascadian Light Ale? 

Not sure.  I'll bet there are other beers Greg Noonan made that other people haven't claimed to have invented yet.
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Re: Need a Substitute Yeast
« Reply #32 on: July 12, 2011, 07:26:53 AM »
Ok, I'll bite.  What's a Cascadian Light Ale? 
Not sure.  I'll bet there are other beers Greg Noonan made that other people haven't claimed to have invented yet.
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In this case it was a very nice Citra-dominated APA, just with a cheeky name.

This is the place: http://www.bierbrewery.com/ Definitely worth a stop if you're in Indy. The owner/head brewer worked at the homebrew shop that's literally next door for something like a decade. It seemed like maybe he's still trying to nail down some of the recipes, but they're doing tiny batches (1/2 bbl IIRC) and have 10-12 on tap.
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Re: Need a Substitute Yeast
« Reply #33 on: July 12, 2011, 07:35:20 AM »
This is the place: http://www.bierbrewery.com/ Definitely worth a stop if you're in Indy. The owner/head brewer worked at the homebrew shop that's literally next door for something like a decade. It seemed like maybe he's still trying to nail down some of the recipes, but they're doing tiny batches (1/2 bbl IIRC) and have 10-12 on tap.

I was just hanging out with these guys this weekend.  They won the pro brewer equivalent of the Ninkasi award at the Indiana Brewers Cup (1000+ entries, most medals).  They make good stuff and are worth checking out.  They brew on large homebrew-scale Blichman systems.
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