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Old 07-08-2014, 07:12 AM   #31
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First trip out with the new rig over the fourth. Beer of choice was Labatt Blue Light Lime. Best blend of the lime beers, IMO. Nice on a hot summer evening.
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Old 07-08-2014, 07:27 AM   #32
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Homebrew, Schlafly Barleywine, New Holland Dragon's Milk, just about any IPA, or Pabst (which was once brewed locally to where I currently live). If I get to stop at a store before I reach the camp ground I try to by a local brew, but that doesn't always work. I can't wait until I go to Michigan in August there are several micro brewery's there I want to try.
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Old 07-08-2014, 07:45 AM   #33
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Sounds intriguing. Is it a personal recipe or a kit from somewhere?
It is a porter recipe that I have been doing for a while but I had heard about putting bacon in the secondary to sort of dry hop or (dry hog) to infuse the smokey bacon flavor. It turned out great but next time I think I will add even more bacon.
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pcbrewer, That sounds good never thought of putting bacon in beer I used to brew a lot but havent for about the last 6 years just might have to start again and add bacon. I did a wild rice pale ale and a good amber ale those were my go to brews.
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Old 07-08-2014, 10:07 AM   #35
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Sorry, no Miller, no Bud, no Coors here. No light beer either. To me light beer is like eating low fat cake. What's the point?

Guinness and New Castle Brown Ale are favorites. Guinness is a food group. My favorite amber is a craft from Milwaukee Brewing Co. called Louie's Demise. Someone mentioned Alaskan Amber, that's a good one too. There are others of course. The lightest beer I drink is Leinenkugel's Summer Shandy.
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Old 07-08-2014, 03:08 PM   #36
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pcbrewer, That sounds good never thought of putting bacon in beer I used to brew a lot but havent for about the last 6 years just might have to start again and add bacon. I did a wild rice pale ale and a good amber ale those were my go to brews.
Old Blue, I agree with you on the amber ale that is my go to beer that I brew the most. I used to like really hoppy beer but now I like smother more malty ones...cheers!
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Old 07-08-2014, 07:22 PM   #37
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Granville Island Pale Lager... It's great to be a canadian
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Wow, I'm getting a lot of drinking ideas here. I just finished my last 2 RollingRocks. I'll buy something interesting tomorrow on the way home from work.

Guiness Extra Stout sounds tempting. Been a while.
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Old 07-08-2014, 10:31 PM   #39
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35 celcius (high 90s F) here in Kelowna area today. Bud Light Chelada is my new fav beer. Drank a few as dang hot here!
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Sorry, no Miller, no Bud, no Coors here. No light beer either. To me light beer is like eating low fat cake. What's the point?

Guinness and New Castle Brown Ale are favorites. Guinness is a food group. My favorite amber is a craft from Milwaukee Brewing Co. called Louie's Demise. Someone mentioned Alaskan Amber, that's a good one too. There are others of course. The lightest beer I drink is Leinenkugel's Summer Shandy.
I agree about the Guinness and New Castle. I like Miller and PBRs as "combat beers" Light enough to quench your thirst on a sunny morning.
Contrary to perception Utah has some fine microbrews. Uinta and Wasatch have some great ones and I prefer to drink local as well. There is Epic brewery that makes high alcohol content beers and their State Street Stout at 7.5% is good enough to rival Guinness.
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