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PaddlinMadeline
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11/24/2016 12:02PM  
I picked up some Deschutes Jubelale, Lagunitas 12th of never and Indeed Stir Crazy. We are going to our cabin on Friday so I splurged on a 4 pack of Founders Backwoods Bastard to enjoy in the woods. How about you? Hope you all have a great Thanksgiving! Cheers!
 
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h20
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11/24/2016 06:09PM  
Still enjoying my Schells Octorberfest
 
mr.barley
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11/24/2016 09:02PM  
Schell's Snowstorm ( a British-style ale) for our family Thanksgiving. I really like it this year.
 
11/24/2016 11:12PM  
Bent paddle harness ipa
 
mr.barley
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11/25/2016 12:57AM  
Bent Paddle is a great brewery
 
11/25/2016 11:38AM  
I tried something new to me. Uinta Hop Nosh IPA. It was ok.
 
11/26/2016 10:06AM  
Yesterday I went and grabbed some Castle Danger Ode for our day of putting up Christmas decorations. I really like Castle Danger selections.
 
Dances with Sheep
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11/26/2016 04:32PM  
Homebrewed IPA with homegrown (Cascade) hops...good stuff!
 
PaddlinMadeline
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11/27/2016 07:36PM  
quote Dances with Sheep: "Homebrewed IPA with homegrown (Cascade) hops...good stuff!"


Nice! Just finishing up my Fresh Hop I brewed. I used first year Warrior hops to bitter and it came out pretty low on the IBU's. I added lots of Cascades from 30 to 0. Came out ok.
 
Dances with Sheep
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11/28/2016 10:06PM  
quote PaddlinMadeline: "
quote Dances with Sheep: "Homebrewed IPA with homegrown (Cascade) hops...good stuff!"



Nice! Just finishing up my Fresh Hop I brewed. I used first year Warrior hops to bitter and it came out pretty low on the IBU's. I added lots of Cascades from 30 to 0. Came out ok."


Its always difficult to judge acid content on homegrown hops. I tend to add more than the recipe calls for but I am a "hop head".. Cheers!
 
ZaraSp00k
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11/29/2016 01:37PM  
Burnside Oregon Oaked Bourbon

 
schweady
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11/29/2016 02:52PM  
quote PaddlinMadeline: "I picked up some Deschutes Jubelale, Lagunitas 12th of never and Indeed Stir Crazy. We are going to our cabin on Friday so I splurged on a 4 pack of Founders Backwoods Bastard to enjoy in the woods. How about you? Hope you all have a great Thanksgiving! Cheers!"

Jubelale was also my offering for this weekend's gathering. Loved viewing its yearly label artwork history over the years on display when we toured in Bend a while back; never more than slightly impressed with the annual beer. Since it's slightly different year to year, I thought I'd give it another try. Not so good... I thought this year's work to be over-spiced, but others said it was 'okay.' Not a ringing endorsement. Fine in small tasting glasses pre-dinner.
 
AJ2008
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12/02/2016 03:22PM  
quote schweady: "
quote PaddlinMadeline: "I picked up some Deschutes Jubelale, Lagunitas 12th of never and Indeed Stir Crazy. We are going to our cabin on Friday so I splurged on a 4 pack of Founders Backwoods Bastard to enjoy in the woods. How about you? Hope you all have a great Thanksgiving! Cheers!"

Jubelale was also my offering for this weekend's gathering. Loved viewing its yearly label artwork history over the years on display when we toured in Bend a while back; never more than slightly impressed with the annual beer. Since it's slightly different year to year, I thought I'd give it another try. Not so good... I thought this year's work to be over-spiced, but others said it was 'okay.' Not a ringing endorsement. Fine in small tasting glasses pre-dinner.
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I love Jubelale. I don't think they use spices though?
 
schweady
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12/02/2016 09:39PM  
quote AJ2008: "I love Jubelale. I don't think they use spices though?"

It's the Bravo and Tettnang hops which provide (from the description on Deschutes' site): its "warm spiciness."
 
12/03/2016 03:20PM  
I experimented with Trader Joe's Providential Belgian Style Golden Ale. I found it better than I had expected and will be tempted to buy it again.
 
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