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Discussion in 'Brewing Photos & Videos' started by Ozarks Mountain Brew, Mar 21, 2016.
I hear @RoadRoach has a decent clone recipe
after I get thru my brews on the brain, I may take him up on if he'll share.
Calypso and Azacca Pale ale
I just recently tried them. the two IPAs they make are super good too.
Hoping my upcoming stout will make some nice Black & Tans. Went to the local watering hole to get my fix. They don't have Bass, or an equivalent, so this is with a local light lager, Bingo Lager. It's the best light lager in town IMO
Pale ale at local Rick's Dinner
Brew day lunch treat
English Ruby Ale.
Perfect after a day's work!
Herm top drop mate!
And some murky murgy to go with it yum
@Sunfire96 on the talus yeah I get this fruit aroma that's weird and unique maybe my best description is an overripe tropical fruit pointing toward mangoe papaw territory.
It throws you a bit.
I'd love to hear others thoughts on this hop
Def unique btw citra is the pairing hop in lesser quantity.
Completing the tap line up some mild mmmm !
Oh that inkbird controller is playing up I think the temp probe is buggered its swaying all over the place.
I share ‘em all. I put some Magnum in the last batch at a recommendation from my LHBS and self proclaimed beer judge, and IMO, made it too bitter. Drinkable, but the bitterness took away from the tropical intentions. My favorite was the first batch that I used Mosaic and Citra. Great hoppy flavor, but not bitter
Here’s a new one for me:
Pretty much what Ben would call a shandy. Lemon/lime mixed with pale. Not bad after some sweaty yard work.
Also have some SA Oktoberfest. Maybe I’m a little spoiled with UK reds and Belgian darks. Or maybe I just have it too cold and can’t taste it well enough.
Ruby English Ale
Well Sophie has a stomach bug. Tomorrow is my turn to stay home so another round for me
So I didn’t really get to talk about this beer. Oh my. I loved it! Malty but big gulps were so easy. Hop Bitterness was there but no aroma. No aftertaste. Now 3 liter with only 1 bratwurst over 3 hours maybe not next time lol.
A little English Ruby Ale. Don’t tell the boss
Waiting for my homebrews to ferment. So for now.....
Summer Magic pale ale. I almost forgot this has not kicked yet.
Calypso Azacca pale ale
I just broke my Yuengling glass another CAP ale to soften the loss
Still mourning. This one's half CAP and half Crystal Ball golden ale
Spoiled for choice?
But thirsty as we hit 40 oC today, whereas I was still wearing a beanie in the morning just 3 days ago.
And it is the start of the weekend
Cider was a little "thin" at first impression and lightly carbonated. But very very drinkable..
Nice carbonation, definitely bitter (I got low bitter taste treshhold).
Little sweetness, but doesn't remind me of a blonde as much as the previous one did (perle/tradition)..
Only got 1 bottle cooled. Next up is previous batch saison (but not fair comparison as it is about a month older).
Cascade saison was brewed on the trub of perle/tradition and currently I got EKG saison on the trub of Cascade saison which was on the trub of perle/tradition trub and after I finish this cascade saison I won't be able to repeat or remember this