AG Stinky Dog

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    Where did you get the name?
     
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    LOL, well....
    First time around, I didn't have a name figured out. Happened to be that my dog got sprayed by a skunk the weekend that I was scheduled to bottle that beer. It happened in the middle of the night and one of my sons let him in the house. So, I dealt with the skunk stink in the house and bottled that beer in the skunk stink... Stinky Dog beer.
    FYI: Skunk stink does not permeate into beer while it is being bottled, there is no effect on the aroma or taste of the finished beer having been exposed to skunk odor during bottling. :geek:
    Second time around, well, my dog happens to be fat, and since I named version 1 after him.....
    I'm not picking on the dog here, he's awesome, he's my bud, he hangs with me in the garage on brew day, but he's spoiled, and he is indeed fat, and now I've named a couple of beers in his "honor".

    You asked
     
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    I figured there was a backstory. Thanks! Recipe looks good....
     
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