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Discussion in 'Brewing Photos & Videos' started by Ozarks Mountain Brew, Mar 21, 2016.
Just finished a classic Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. I'm on the road in San Antonio, Texas.
A classic indeed
One of my all time favorite IPAs, and now I can buy it at the grocery store Pocahoptas by Center of the Universe brewing in Ashland, VA
I aspire to make a Hazy this good, it is exceptional. I think that the NEIPA haters would like this it has a nice dry finish... or not, who knows!
I stopped at lhbs (Windsor) after a dental appointment to check availability of ingredients for my version of Mannequin Pees. While there, I sipped an IPA, then had a very nice Kolsch (a beer that I didn’t know I liked). Oops, no photo of either, but I can assure you they were good beers.
My last bottle of Fresh Squeezed IPA - it was a good batch of beer.
Oh that looks like a thirsty beer!
This is where I went to:
And this is what we bought and drank
That looks like a great bottle shop.
For sure, but also very difficult to decide
ESB for me
That looks nice.
I was happy with how it turned out.
Sausage and Mashed potatoes
Bangers and mash! Nice.
Gin & Tonic.
That’s what I call it but I used a polish sausage and didn’t know if that was allowed lol. Btw Don making a dunkelweizen next. You inspired me. Probably make early next week
Nice. Even the Polish eat bangers and mash... but it has a different name like kielbasi and ziemniak puree...
My dunkelweitzen is still on tap, gotta shake the keg a bit to keep the yeast in suspension, but still loving it. I do struggle to get any clove, but bubblegum and banana are no problem.
The biggest problem is my many months in Germany, well over 18 months, but at a week or two at a time over the (many) years. My goal is what they have there, but it is elusive.
Cannot wait until I can go back and recalibrate my taste buds.
Don's hefeweitzen is public, the dark version just uses some darker grains.
Great Return IPA by Hardywood, another Virginia classic. I love the sturgeon on the label. Cheers!