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I like Pinkus organic beer
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Sorry I missed this!! Leinies used to be made in Chippewa Falls which is in the far northwest corner of Wisconsin and I never made it up there. It's now brewed in Milwaukee which isn't worth the trip.Have you been to Leinenkugel, if so was it worth it? I’ve become a big fan since having the Summer Shandy a few years ago while on a vacation in Hilton Head. The Summer Shandy is easy to find here in MD/DE, but the other Leinies require more effort. I really like the Canoe Paddle Kolsch.
Nothing but bad memories of Hamm's.I'm usually a Corona, Corona Light or Corona Premier with a lime or 2, but I went a little old school a couple weeks ago with a Hamms!
Schlitz went everywhere. It was a pretty good marketing plan, and Miller produced it. It's still around, but IMO, it's overpriced for what it is, and it's not as easy to find as it was when they first re-released it.You can still get Schlitz here in Wisconsin and its pretty tasty.
Absolutely correct. I was in the process of getting a second specific gravity reading when I posted pic. I would imagine if I hadn’t covered the beer this whole time it would have magical hallucinogenic properties. Lol Hopefully, when ready to bottle, it was not compromised in the process.It's been a while since I brewed beer... but shouldn't it be covered with a hose going into a water bucket to prevent it from going foul? Like using a carboy?
Whew! I'm sure it will be awesome.Absolutely correct. I was in the process of getting a second specific gravity reading when I posted pic. I would imagine if I hadn’t covered the beer this whole time it would have magical hallucinogenic properties. Lol Hopefully, when ready to bottle, it was not compromised in the process.