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Discussion in 'Brewing Photos & Videos' started by Ozarks Mountain Brew, Mar 21, 2016.
Gotta love that beer! Never gets old.
Got another half pint before the lees started. Was an enjoyable brew for sure. I cleaned the keg and transferred the ESB.
That looks great.
Thanks. I'm pleased with out it turned out.
A couple British beauties that I enjoyed last night! You will have to excuse the glassware, we are roughing it in a cabin inthe woods!
The Pilsner is a Molson/Coors product, not sure if this is one that is available in the US...
I don't think the beer cares.
Brought the dog too I see .
@Craigerrr I love cameos from Ruby! Cameos from all brew dogs accepted
Drinking a Scrimshaw Pilsner by North Coast Brewing (famous for their RIS Old Rasputin). Not huge on light lagers, but this is an old standby in Northern Cali
Enjoying this beer as reward for taking a long, late afternoon hike with my wife. This I found at the new lhbs, where the clerk likes to point me in the direction of interesting IPA’s.
Contemplating whether to have a cider, a glass of red win or a gin&tonic.
This time they only had blue tonic in the shop
If you are not going out have all 3.
Now that's a plan!!!!!
Yellow Brauen Kolsch after cold conditioning 2 days. This might be my best beer yet. I'll be sending it to a Kolsch competition in a couple of days. It's bitter for the style, but I think it balances well with the sweetness of the malt and fruitiness of the hops and yeast. It smells like a crisp lager but has lots of flavor. Ends bitter and dry, very drinkable. I used Lalbrew Koln yeast and YVH Triumph hops
That's what I said when I saw this
I'm sure it'll score well.
Having a banquet, as per usual Ruby is generally pretty chill.
You are what you drink!
Another find from the new lhbs, part of a random 4 pack put together for me by the clerk.
Them tongs have cast a face shadow on the table looks like it's kissing your beer!