A beer I'm brewing was going through a particularly active stage of fermentation and the "glugs" from the fermenter were freaking out my dog. I figured you guys would appreciate the picture. She was howling every time it made a noise.
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I am killing Sam Cherry Wheat the last few weeks. Just loving it right now...
Heavy Seas Winter Storm
Toast and caramel are pretty big here, grapefruit cuts through. Medium, but soft body, very easy to swig. Typical Heavy Seas sipper/chugger hybrid. You'll happily chug a 6 pack of this in one session.
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I've gathered a collection of around 100 empty bottles of beer I've drank over the last couple of years, and now it's time to de-label them in order to make a mural (or scrapbook) of beer bottle lables.
Right now I'm soaking the bottles in warm water with a cup of hydrogen peroxide and a cup of baking soda. All the glue/sticker adhesives are responding differently. The Urthel Hop-It's label was floating in the water, intact when I checked on it. The Guinness Extra Stout sat in the water overnight with a bunch of other bottles, and the label was still stuck on there like cement.
Dogfish Head's labels are sons'a bitches too. I'm taking them off as carefully as I can stand it, and still only manage to get 50% of them without ripping too much. This is a tedious task, but my bottle layout in the den was to the max, its time to make room.
Having a Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout. Very dry, quite roasty; dark chocolate, charcoal, liquorice, burnt wood, plums, hops. Very interesting sipper. A fantastic choice this time of year, drink it at a touch above room temp.
Rogue Hazlenut Brown Nectar .... yeah this stuff straight rocks. As a hop head, this is the anti hop, but damn, it is VERY original, and very good, I can't say I have ever had a nut brown with so much flavor..
Da non hop Bombizzle
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Stone Pale Ale!
Hops are pine resin & bitter citrus...malt is mostly toast and nuts, caramel is way underneath. Flavors are defined; a pale ale to sip. Enjoyed it more as it warmed up to around 60 degrees. You won't regret a 6 pack.
My Fall harvest
So the Sam Adams White Christmas is seriously amazing. I highly recommend going out and finding a sixer.
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