Making noise in the blogosphere with beer.
Has anyone had the experience of drinking a beer made with beetroot as an ingredient?
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Who is in love with craft beer and wants to know more beers CAS, visit:…Continue
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(Cross-posted from: http://aleevangelist.wordpress.com)
In a magazine I used to read a great deal, I was surprised to see an advertisement for an Abbey style ale from the awesome brewery known as…Sierra Nevada? Yes, Sierra Nevada has thrown their hat in the ring of craft abbey ales. What did I think? Well, hit the jump to find out.
Appearance – This beer has a nice, resilient…Continue
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I put the current Belgian in secondary. My thoughts on it are here.
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It has been a busy week (at least mentally anyway). Check out whats going on here.
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Is it a Saison or an IPA? Find out at the Local Beer Blog.
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Thoguhts on living in a town with no decent pubs, drinking in a Harvester and some brief words about Skinners delicious Betty Stoggs to keep up the pretence of a beer blog:
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I am so ready to be able to drink my own homebrew on a consistent basis again...just need to wait for the dust to settle in my life a bit so I can get the rest of my kegging equipment to Princeton and keg my SMaSH bitter that I have been so heartily anticipating.
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I am working on a Belgian Strong. Read about it here.
Added by Jon Jefferson on September 20, 2011 at 1:50am — No Comments
Guess you will have to check out my blog to find out!
Some new beer reviews too, like The Wild Onion's Pumpkin Ale and Half Acre's Purple Haze
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Outstanding all around! Link for review is below.…Continue
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