Brewing With Total Confidence
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Discussion in 'Brewing Photos & Videos' started by Ozarks Mountain Brew, Mar 21, 2016.
Not right now, but probably on the weekend, a gift from a freind.
My perfect amber lager even with hothead still as good as any, this won't last past Christmas
43C (110F) here today, so the obvious beer is a lovely, boozy, roasty, Russian imperial stout.
Each to their own my friend lol.
I hope tomorrow isnt as bad as predictions ...
Good looking! Great Christmas beer!
My recently carbonated IPA/Pale Ale
5 gallon batch
83% golden promise
17% weyermann Barke pils
20: 1oz Galaxy
15: 2oz citra
170° Whirlpool (20 min): 2oz Mosaic
Dry hop (1 week after pitch): 3oz Galaxy.
Yeast: gen 5 of Omega Voss Kveik at 76° ambient temp.
Taste: light hint of citrus early followed by juice.
Vanilla Porter. My second crack at this and this time I got the vanilla just right. Really enjoying this. A little bourbon either in the glass or right alongside would be a great addition. Too bad I have to share this with family on Xmas Eve (selfish bastard that I am).
Great looking beers!
@Megary the best part of sharing is you get to brew more!
Having a Von Pilsner while preparing Christmas goodies.
Its just hard having to save it for the company to arrive. Requires a will power that I severely lack!
You can do it! My plan of attack is try and drink a few of your other beers and maybe do a 3:1 type thing three of the others and one of that beauty then go all out come Christmas time.
Heres me whitbier gee the head on this thing is tight! Tastes great too. @Megary I think I'll have to practice what I preach lol!
It's hard to get a decent pour on this one that's my second crack at getting more beer in that glass.
Looks like a pretty classic pour to me.
Pilsner and a bit of Jim Beam Double Barrel.
That Pils looks awesome. Hat tip to the accomplished brewer. Well done.
It is a good pils and I really wish I could claim it...but I can't. It is from Crooked Stave. Word on the streets is it was named after Von Miller, and I'm not sure if it's true or not, but heard he collaborated with the brew also. I've tried to verify that but I can't anything.
Taking Ben’s advice and staying away from my Vanilla Porter. Pulled out an old old friend. Maybe it’s been overplayed and maybe it’s not my favorite, but I think it still holds up strong after all these years. Kind of like The Doors first album.
You're too honest!
Great story about the beer. I so want that to be true.
My Amber lager, beautiful day here, freakish warm day
I don’t see any freakish “worms”!
that’s a nice lookin brew Ozarks!
Oooooh, awwwww, looks real nice!