Type: Posts; User: klaxed
I would think you would be able to find it on the east coast, but Dales Pale is pretty darn tasty as well. And similar enough to the Sierra Nevada Pale.
Hmm. Now do I want to experiment with bottling another batch but cooliing the priming solution? Or do i keg. Haha. I was thinking of kegging the next one (though I would need to buy the stuff...
So I am going to do some research on this, but I'm curious what you guys have to say.
It seems that all of the beer that I've brewed "changed" from when i was taking samples samples for gravity...
I'd be more afraid of sucking terribly. Well actually, I know I'd be absolutely terrible. It's been too long. :laugh:
Ya, pics or it didn't happen. :P
Ban mito22 and delete all of those crappy gifs. :mad:
Just purchased these last night from the distillery.
I like that it's called greatest hits. :laugh:
The one at 1:07, holy hell! :eek:
I believe in the car lounge thread he was giving him a thumbs up for not smashing his mirror.:thumbup:
Not sure you can afford it pal. ;):laugh:
Not sure how I missed this one. Went through the whole thing. A few pics were missing but I think I got the gist of it. :laugh:
Bottled my Wedding Pale Ale (I guess I could call it that :laugh:) as I brewed for my wedding coming up on September 6th.
Ended up with 43 twelve ounce bottles.
Now to wait about a week to week...
Back from the dead bump. Linked here from GodSquadMandrake's Japan thread. More people need to read this. I wish the videos still worked.
This was an awesome read. The write up was really...
:beer: *hic* :beer:
Wow, I can't believe that this thread is 4 years old. I remember following it from the beginning.
Heck, I've been at Boeing for over 3 years now and I am getting married in 2 weeks. :eek:
no you still are. just in a different way. :P