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Discussion in 'Cooking & BBQ' started by Axxe55, May 21, 2020.
Have fun today....STILL can't make it
Today is Monday, right? I won't be there tomorrow 'cause the GKids are coming down.
Guess again Charlie
I'm behind again! It's their fault. They initially said they were coming today and then changed the arrival date!
I just work here: keep my mouth shut, show up on time, and do what I'm told!
Is it wrong to drink a beer while mowing, and what would be the proper beer to drink while mowing? LOL!
I'm starting to sound like a real redneck now!
I like most lagers and some dark beers. What I want to know is how the brewers keep a brand's flavor stable over the years. Seems the natural variation in ingredients would make it hard to do.
Not a fan of the over priced 'craft' stuff that dominates the store coolers these days. I want my beer factory made by good machines.
Three favorite beers, in no particular order
Although I'm not really a fan of most IPA's.
While I think some parts of brewing is an art, the process is definitely a science. Specific gravity, temps for adding certain ingredients, length of boils, temps for fermentation etc. Brewers either have a lab on hand or send samples to a lab. A snob that doesn't understand the process may turn their nose up to miller lite but others can appreciate the skill and science it takes to produce a consistent light lager. A beer style that does not hide flaws in the brewing process. I don't know your definition of "craft" but most use good machines.
This is part of Deschutes brewery bottling line. They can bottle the average persons life time beer consumption in 30 minutes. The also have a in house lab that other breweries send samples to for testing.
There's so many good ones now a days it's hard to pick a favorite. I typically drink local stuff from Saint Arnold, Southern Star, Eureka Heights, or Saloon Door.