Re: [LAU] [OT] Beers for live use

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Date: Sunday, November 25, 2012 - 1:10 am

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On Sat, Nov 24, 2012 at 7:10 PM, Charles Henry wrote:

> It's quite easy to avoid the major brands in the US, with new

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On Sat, Nov 2=
4, 2012 at 7:10 PM, Charles Henry <> wrote:=

=A0It's quite easy to avoid the major brands in the US, with new m=
icro-breweries popping up all the time.=A0 Colorado beer is amazing--there =
are so many good breweries in the eastern part of the state.
Pilsner is my favorite kind of beer, but it's hard to find an authentic=
one in the US (KC's Boulevard Pilsner is not even close).=A0 Even if i=
t is SABMiller, I'd go for a Peroni any time, but the only one I can ge=
t is Nastro Azurro (which is equivalently disgusting as a Rolling Rock as f=
ar as I can tell).=A0

I am currently serving a Belgian golden ale I brewed a month ago.=A0 Ev=
erything seemed to go wrong--for example, the mash got too hot, the gruit w=
as badly prepared, and I came up 2L short on volume during bottling.=A0 Sti=
ll, it turned out to be very tasty, but not perfect.=A0 I will have to brew=
again next month to get it just right.=A0 Duvel costs about $6 a bottle he=
re.=A0 I had one last week, it was almost worth it.

As for coding--well, I don't know.=A0 Seems I should spend less tim=
e brewing.=A0 My preference would be to spend less time working, but we all=
know how that goes :)


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