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Last weekend's haul.

 

 

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This Framboise Lambic was insane. I bought it as a gift set that came with a nice collector's glass.

I'm gonna grab a few more bottles today as it is a nice beer to drink while sitting in the sun. It is not something you should drink 12 of, but a nice way to kick start a day-drinking session.

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I'm the first dude to say fuck fruit beer, but, my girl turned me on to those. Specifically making a "black & tan" with the raspberry lambic and young's chocolate stout. Almost fills the same niche as a dessert wine. Like you said though not something I would do erry day, but a nice change of pace.

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I'm all about lambics and other belgian sours, but I am not about lindeman. Even that Cuvee Rene I had the other day wasn't as good as I wanted it to be.

 

 

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lemme upgrade ya right quick there.

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delivered today in my belly tonight.....well not all of it. Like most I do love this stuff. Although I miss paying 8 dollars for the six pack...and wasnt pleased with 17.

 

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Same reason I have paper books and not an e-reader, I like tangible things particularly for reading.

 

I know it's on the net but this also reduces the amount of time you spend searching for it, and it's verified info too.

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I started brewing w/ info off the Internet, it served me well, but I was still kinda winging it. Picked that book up about a year ago and now the variations from batch to batch that had frustrated me so much is nearly gone. Almost wore it out when I made the jump from extract to partial mash. Well worth it.

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I started brewing w/ info off the Internet, it served me well, but I was still kinda winging it. Picked that book up about a year ago and now the variations from batch to batch that had frustrated me so much is nearly gone. Almost wore it out when I made the jump from extract to partial mash. Well worth it.

 

Good to know man, cheers for the re-affirmation. Amongst all the things I can do in life, very few are as appealing as being the owner of a microbrewery, hopefully this will be a step in the right direction and from all I've heard (protester empty your inbox) this is a perfect starting place. Now that I'm on a visa in Germany, I'm in a rare position to try ad get into the Weihenstephan Uni for a brewing course.

 

Who knows, one day I might be releasing a 12oz special brew.

 

/notTHATdrunkoner.

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All the brewers there are much better than me, but they all wear tea cosies on their heads and have ipod headphones plugged in all day. So no surprise they have limp wristed non imperial measure pints.

 

On the other;

 

I am putting together a response for you, just taking me a while.

 

It will be comprehensive though - expect it today mate.

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