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Old 11-20-2013, 09:23 AM   #169
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Ok I'll go there lone star bock
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Old 11-25-2013, 03:09 PM   #170
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Tried a beer called Bass. Not bad but not very tasty, kinda plain.
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Old 07-29-2015, 04:52 AM   #171
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I might have missed it,, but can someone point me to a "better than average" beer brewing kit to get started with ??? I like Budweiser, so something like that would be a nice hobby... Thanks... D
I know this is an old post, but Coopers makes an excellent kit, with all equipment and you pick the style- (if you like Bud- you really need to try some craft brews, IMHO).

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Just remember- if you can make soup, you can make beer. It's a recipe and the yeast do all the work. Clean and sanitize, follow directions, and be patient. And let us know how you like it. I would suggest a Canadian Blonde since you like Bud, but there are many beers (and so little time!).
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Old 07-29-2015, 07:54 AM   #172
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Since this thread was brought back up, here is my brewery.
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Old 07-29-2015, 12:10 PM   #173
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here's mine.
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Old 07-29-2015, 02:38 PM   #174
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Old 07-29-2015, 03:29 PM   #175
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holy!...haha... love the home brew pics.

I definitely didn't go through all the posts, but I really like German HefeWeizen - Paulaner is probably my favorite that you can get here in the states. If those fill you up too much, you can switch to crystalweizen... lighter version with the same smooth taste.

My favorite local brew has to be Shiner Bock. Brewed here in Texas.
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holy!...haha... love the home brew pics.

I definitely didn't go through all the posts, but I really like German HefeWeizen - Paulaner is probably my favorite that you can get here in the states. If those fill you up too much, you can switch to crystalweizen... lighter version with the same smooth taste.

My favorite local brew has to be Shiner Bock. Brewed here in Texas.
If you like German Weizens try Franziskaner. I is owned by A-B Inbev but I still like it.

Speaking of Anheuser Busch. Goose Island in Chicago (owned by guess who) brews an IPA called Big Honker. When I tried it the label says brewed in Baldwinsville, NY about ten miles from us. Again guess who has a very large brewery there.
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If you like German Weizens try Franziskaner. I is owned by A-B Inbev but I still like it.

Speaking of Anheuser Busch. Goose Island in Chicago (owned by guess who) brews an IPA called Big Honker. When I tried it the label says brewed in Baldwinsville, NY about ten miles from us. Again guess who has a very large brewery there.
Franzikaner is pretty good. So is the Honkers Ale from Goose Island. Here's my latest creation:
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I love a good macro brew...when Natty Light goes on sale at the gas station, it becomes my favorite. The first three can be a tad rough, but the next 20 go down great...
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Kudos to all you home brewers out there!

Too many beers to list and still try. Can't image what it was like 100 years ago but what a great time to live now with all the small batch and micro brewers out there.
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Pilsner Urquell Beer

DW's attempt to stoke envy as she sips Pilsner Urquell on the island of Elba while I sit in dreary Sequim, WA.



Did not work though. I just went to the fridge and got a bottle of my own.

Mediterranean sun is another matter. Can't go to the fridge for that. But we'll take the coach with a cache of Pilsner Urquell to Arizona in January and have the best of all worlds.

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