Decisions, decisions – Beer Edition

buy Tastylia 20 mg Earl, Josh and I brewed a Mocha Brown Ale a couple weeks ago. Well now its ready to bottle and unless I’m completely worthless tomorrow, Josh and I are going to bottle it. Once that’s done, it should be ready to drink in 2 to 3 weeks (Super Bowl anyone?). This leads me to a very important question:

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useful reference Earlier this year, before heading out to an always awesome Transfer show at Old Ironsides, Jackie, Jeff, Matt and I had a Chimay Blue Ale and it was fantastic.

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Köp Strattera på nätet Helsingborg (Landskrona Heliport ) Then, a few months ago, Jackie and I had an amazing trip to Santa Cruz and went to this kickass restaurant, Red. They have a very extensive beer list and I had my first Chimay Red Ale. It was out of this world.

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trading online robot After having 2 really freeking good Belgian beers (made by real monks!) I’m leaning toward brewing something similar to one of the Chimay’s.

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have a peek at these guys But, I really like pale ales and IPA’s. I mean, I grew up in Chico. Home to Sierra Nevada Brewery. I shop at the same home brew shop that Ken Grossman himself started for chrissake. But alas, I’ve already made both a pale ale AND an IPA. So there’s that.

http://aquanetta.pl/?kostromesp=opcje-binarne-za-darmo&880=ce I need your help (Brian, where are you?). Should I brew something I’m familiar with and love (pale ale/IPA) or try something new (Chimay).

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  1. Jeff wrote:

    http://winevault.ca/?perex=iq-option-demo-gratis If you dig Belgian beers, you should try Corsendonk if you can find it.

    Posted 31 Dec 2007 at 7:59 pm
  2. Daniel wrote:

    piattaforma borsa binaria I’ve never even heard of that one, but I’ll definitely check it out. Thanks Jeff.

    Posted 02 Jan 2008 at 8:47 am
  3. Brian wrote:

    great post to read What’s up Dan? I’m in the same boat usually. I brew pales and IPA’s way more than anything else. A couple of brews ago I tried a Kolsch Ale. They’re pretty light and easy to drink but damn tasty. If you’re itching to do something different then go with the Chimay clone. If you’re ever looking to brew something for a party that most people will like then go for the Kolsch. I just finished my keg of IPA so I’m gonna be brewing pretty soon….any suggestions for me?

    Posted 02 Jan 2008 at 9:51 pm

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