Beers you keep on hand...

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  1. Bulin's Milker Bucket Brews

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    What beers, that you brew, do you take care not to run out of? I try to keep Dirty Bohemian and Blonde on Blonde on tap(although I'm back to bottling for the time being)....
     
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    A Motuka Cream Ale and a high octane Marmalade Saison (NOT made with actual marmalade :p).

    Still trying to find a good recipe for a nice smooth Magnum SMaSH.
     
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    Not so much that I keep any beer on hand, but I do have a list of "necessary" beers, one of which is always on hand. These tend to be my light lagers and ales.
     
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    Belgians. Light, medium, or heavy, depending on the season.
     
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    I keep my Bonnie & Clyde Mango Milkskake NEIPA and Mr. FreezeComet pale ale
     
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    I never run out of my amber or brown if possible, everything else rotates
     
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    A clean bitter IPA, otherwise I would be in the dog house with the missus.

    Notwithstanding the criteria, PBR is always in order.
     
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    Light lager/blonde Ale but I brew as per season I'm guessing there will be brown ales porters maybe Octoberfiest beers on my horizon..m
     
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    I now have 11 go to recipes, and I brew 10 gallon batches, so nothing is ever really able to always be on hand. Having said that I am planning to bottle half batches so that I can always have a variety. All Ales here, no lagers...
     
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    Porters and/or Stouts are always in my house, whether homebrewed and in kegs or craft beer bottled versions.
     
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    Liza's Pale and some version of my rice lager plus some sort of IPA are the usual suspects at my house. Right now I'm still wading through cancelled wedding beer so I have a lot of Mexican lager and dark lager to go through before I can get back to my preferred line up. I do have Liza's Pale on tap, though so there's at least one of the mainstays. :)
     
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    For those cold dark evenings a good English Old ale like Old Perculier or a strong German Keller beer. In the warmer months a light ale, something like Speckled Hen or Fursty Ferrit.

    I’m currently looking to make a really good dark, strong, malty, chocolate porter, so if anyone has a recipe they could recommend that would be super good?
     
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    Did we have that one when I was in Austin? If so, it's a good one to have on tap!
     
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    I'm sure there were a couple of the Pale ales in the bunch I sent home with you. Thanks!
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