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Discussion in 'Brewing Photos & Videos' started by Ozarks Mountain Brew, Mar 21, 2016.
Oh just stunning Nosey what a beautiful color. I raise you a
Very cool glass!
First full pint after tiny testers over the last few months. She's finally ready to drink, and everything I could have wanted it to be.
Aww lovely nicely presented in that slim line pilsner glass really shows off the color
Had an early taster on me fresh Leahs beer to see how it tastes with some carbonation on it.
This is straight out the fermentor into the glass pouring great happy with the retention love the wheat and the carbonation has really brought some life into this 3.5%beer I was worried it was gunna be too watery but nope this'll be a great summer slammer. Oh and that balls up FWH WPH switch up ain't to bitter after all I'm actually digging that little bite but it's not nearly as bitey as no thought it was going to be.
All it needed was a dry hop I recon and it woulda just topped it off but I withheld for experimental purposes
Good looking Brew man!
Here's to good old North American Friday! And to Ben and neighbor's who beat us to it!
Call time is over! Celebration is out and after some discussion around here on Anchor Steam, I have had a craving! I think it'll be my next brew after the dunkel.
Ohhhh, Celebration is a fav of mine.
I haven't seen that in forever. It used to be one of our knock off drinks at a bar i worked in the late 80s. Probably tasted nothing like it should with the shipping times to Aus.
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West coast IPA with a double dry hop, and oh yes, the second charge of hops was a good call!
Right now enjoying Sierra Nevada Celebration IPA. I think this is my favorite beer.
Just found the first Celebration we've seen this year at Sams Club in Reno today. Looking forward to having a couple tomorrow. Too burnt out after a long day to unload the car tonight. It's always one to wait for.
How much do you think it was dry hopping twice vs just adding in more dry hop?
Luckily, I think Celebration is better with a bit of time on it
It wasn't so much that it was two hop additions, as it was increasing the amount. I read a brulosophy on dry hopping, it determined that roughly 1oz per gallon was optimum. Any more hops added above that did not add anything to the beer, but less was noticable. I had already added approx a 1/2 oz per gallon to the fermenter on this batch, so added another charge to bring it up to 1oz/gal.
Berry IPA by Jackass Brewing, 6.5%
I am not a "fruit in my beer" kind of guy but this is quite nice, the mixed berries come across a bit tart which works well with the hops.
A PBR after replacing all our shower valves, handles, seats and all kinds of other fun shtuff.
Dry Dock Pilsner. Almost as good as back in the Old Country.
Not sure you’re a Vanilla Porter fan or not, but we’ve brewed a clone of Dry Dock’s “Urca” Vanilla Porter several times and have one fermenting now as it’s one of our favorites. Have you had one from the brewery and your thoughts?