The Beer Drinkers Thread

Replied by LOL on topic The Beer Drinkers Thread

Well its Saturday. Whats on the menu?

I really like this Buffalo Gold Golden Ale from Boulder. I knew Boulder had to be good for something. :)



FYI
On the calendar this weekend is the Keystone 14th Annual Bluegrass & Beer Festival Sunday Aug. 1
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31 Jul 2010 18:34 #21

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Replied by Nic at Night on topic The Beer Drinkers Thread

Was At Biggie today and talked about this thread , I got some great suggestions and will report back soon.
04 Aug 2010 14:44 #22

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Replied by EddieWess on topic The Beer Drinkers Thread

Nic at Night wrote: Was At Biggie today and talked about this thread , I got some great suggestions and will report back soon.


I like Biggie's. Great beer selection, close to home. And the staff knows their beer too. `
05 Aug 2010 13:26 #23

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Replied by LOL on topic The Beer Drinkers Thread

Ditto on Biggies, best selection up here IMO. Its in KS complex. Lots of micro brews variety, and they are nice folks too.
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06 Aug 2010 08:10 #24

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Replied by JMC on topic The Beer Drinkers Thread

And Biggie is a great supporter of 285bound.com!
06 Aug 2010 10:16 #25

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Replied by LOL on topic The Beer Drinkers Thread

Interesting Beer Fact:

Oct. 14 1978

Jimmy Carter signed a bill making it legal to brew beer at home! Go Jimmy! :)
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06 Aug 2010 18:54 #26

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Replied by EddieWess on topic The Beer Drinkers Thread

Joe wrote: Interesting Beer Fact:

Oct. 14 1978

Jimmy Carter signed a bill making it legal to brew beer at home! Go Jimmy! :)


Of course he did after all he had all those peanuts and brother Billy.
06 Aug 2010 20:29 #27

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Replied by CinnamonGirl on topic The Beer Drinkers Thread

Forget Exercise, Beer Best for Fighting Fat

http://www.aolhealth.com/2010/08/04/for ... hting-fat/

I am not a beer drinker but found this interesting.
07 Aug 2010 09:56 #28

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Replied by LOL on topic The Beer Drinkers Thread

Thanks CG, guess I can stop cutting back and stop worrying about the ol beer gut. I am holding you responsible though if if doesn't work! :)
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07 Aug 2010 17:21 #29

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Replied by EddieWess on topic The Beer Drinkers Thread

We are putting the Belgian Blond we brewed a few weeks ago in the keg to chiil it and it we will gas it up tomorrow, should be ready to tap later this week. We also have something called a Strissed Out Pils (yes that's Strissed) that we will put into secondary fermentor today as well. The Pils is, for me, a curious brew. A Pilsner is a lager and normally uses a lager yeast it needs to ferment at lower temperatures. But this beer uses a British ale yeast and can ferment at the higher ale yeast temperature. Its kind of like the Steam beer I brewed a while back but not anywhere near as hoppy. Can't wait to see how it turns out.

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08 Aug 2010 12:35 #30

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