Feast of St. Arnold

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  1. Nosybear

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    For those of you who keep up with these kind of things, yesterday was the feast of our Patron Saint, St. Arnold: "From man's sweat and God's love, beer came into the world"

    Dona eis cerevisium.
     
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    And in His Honor (or the honor of St Arnold Brewery in Galveston), Koelleweizen is in the fermenter! It's based on St. Arnold Brewery's "Fancy Weedwhacker."

    Dona eis cerevisium.
     
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    I'll PROST to that!
     
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    Just finished watching a German flick (no, I don't need the subtitles), so I'll answer with a hearty "Zum Wohl!"
     
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    Ya das ist gut! Und, Sie haben eine gute Idee, wie man Bier zu brauen!
     
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    Come on you guys. Ive seen enough WW2 movies to know that the Germans only spoke English, but with a German accent.
     
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    Ve haff our messods....
     
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    Getting close to that time of the year. Think I'll brew a lager.
     
  10. Nosybear

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    I'm doing the Blonde tomorrow. Don't go there man.... ;-)

    They're going to brew my Koelleweizen, if they haven't already, at the Dillon Dam Brewery. Dry Dock South is going to brew my Grodziskie sometime later this year.
     
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    Right on. I dig that Grodz. Have I tried the Koelleweizen? If so I don't remember. Bring some next time.
     
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    Roger, wilco. Or go up to Dillon Dam Brewery at the end of the month - should be on tap up there!
     

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