Brewing With Total Confidence
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Discussion in 'Brewing Photos & Videos' started by Ozarks Mountain Brew, Mar 21, 2016.
Me and this computer thing don't necessarily get along! haha
It's the begginings of world domination by Artificial Intelligence when your computer refuses to play nice when your doing stuff on the internet.
They are revolting!
We are already slaves to our robot overlords. Every update for every software I become more convinced the singularity has already occurred and they are just toying with us.
Enjoying a Baseline IPA after catching up on some neglected yard work. Hot today, but chose this over the PBR or 3 that would usually follow sweaty work. Anyone else learned that you pay dearly for the enjoyment of a vacation once you return home?
And now, for the redneck who has everything
Crooked Stave keller pils. I like it so much I went and picked up a 1/6 barrel of it.
My session hazy IPA
Here's my tap line up at the moment.
. Ginger Ninger finally found it's head (carbonation happened) it's a fine take on a ginger beer I think.
. Steve's Beer. It's alright nothing special I was aiming at low -mid range hoppy session beer it ticks the box's it's a simple with no standouts but good for the swill drinker so happy with that bro should like it...
. Ben's Brown Ale.
Well it's got some lovely red garnet edges
It's my fave beer one tap hard to put down.
What's your tap line up?
Constant K IPA from New Glory in Sacramento. Pretty good effort. Nice hop and malt balance. Not a hop juice bomb which I don't really enjoy . . .
Vanilla Porter first pour.
In Memory of my Dad/Friend/Hero/Idol that we lost on June 1st, 2019. Love you Dad!
Ps. Porters/Stouts are generally have lower carbonation, but I like all my beers carbonated well.
My Keller Pils.
All Day IPA. Thinking I need to get my taste readjusted after drinking all that Smithwick's while in Ireland. Was kind of worried when my Baseline IPA seemed harsh, but the All Day also seems harsh.
I don't know if it is Wicked Awesome, but it is RFG (really effen good)
session IPA, very good
Ginger Ninger mmm and snags!
Looks great Ozarks - wondering why you're targeting so much bicarbonate in your water profile.
That isn't correct, thanks for noticing, I'll look into it
it's fixed, I'm not sure why we have the target show up automatically if using the water calculator, that makes no sense to me it should be the actual
Cider. Goes good with a hot afternoon checking off your honey do list. Sparkles like champagne