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  •  Drinking the Belle Saison half (1+ / 0-)
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    of my Kentucky Common Ale. It is now twangy and refreshing instead of barnyardy. If you ever find yourself with extra wort from any brew, it would be interesting to ferment it with this yeast, and maybe try some blending.
    I have a unique pro-grade recipe, but I'd have to kill you if I told you more. 95% of the people who have tried it love it. It's spicy yummy in the winter and cool refreshing in the summer. I served it once at a sort of fundraiser at a small college. The students swarmed me for refills for half an hour after the official closing. I know, free beer is good beer. One asked me how much it would cost to start a microbrewery so I could supply stores on his route home to New Orleans from West Virginia (about a two-day drive). I guesstimated $75,000 (this was in the late 90's), and he went off to find his father elsewhere on campus so he could write me a check. He must have lost my phone number.

    The man who worries morning and night about the dandelions in the lawn will find great relief in learning to love the dandelions. Liberty Hyde Bailey, 1910

    by Grainpaw on Fri Oct 18, 2013 at 07:51:02 PM PDT

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