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#31
My last bottle of oatmeal stout and it's super tasty. I'll be brewing some English bitter ale next an old Boddington's recipe (not what is in the stores now).

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#32
Brewed a pleasing English bitter. This particular bitter is a Boddington's clone. Still needs to clear some but I have to say this is a great session ale. The recipe is supposed to mimic Boddington's when it was being brewed by Strangeway Brewery.


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#33
Heineken, becks and anything made in Holland or Germany is good for me .. With a head.

Now dog fish head IPA has pumpkin beer ewww.

Waiting for Oktoberfest.
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#34
I wish I could taste it, see the light!
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(09-14-2021, 08:36 PM)AnaCarolina1 Wrote: Heineken, becks and anything made in Holland or Germany is good for me .. With a head.

Now dog fish head IPA has pumpkin beer ewww.

Waiting for Oktoberfest.

German brewers are some of the best brewers in the world. I love their kolsches, pilsners, and their marzens. Octoberfest time is a great time of the year.

(09-14-2021, 08:56 PM)AnaCarolina1 Wrote: I wish I could taste it, see the light!

It's very well balanced finishing with a slight bitterness on the tongue. I'm sure you would probably enjoy it and it only runs about 3.7% alcohol by volume.

I've found a 1943 version of the recipe that looks really tasty that I might try down the road maybe even better than the one I'm drinking now.

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I'm sure I'd love it!
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#37
@SeeTheLight,
Does your beer taste like wheat beer?
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#38
(09-17-2021, 07:58 PM)AnaCarolina1 Wrote: @SeeTheLight,
Does your beer taste like wheat beer?
The main ingredient in the Boddington's clone is an English 2 row Pale Malt (Maris Otter) and it does not contain wheat. A nice balanced malty flavor (hint of sweetness and some very subtle fruity esters from the yeast used) with some bitterness left on the tongue.

I do like wheat beers though and if you refer to post #26 that beer is 45% wheat as I was attempting to clone blue moon. That beer also has American 2 row malt (from Monte Vista, CO), coriander and sweet orange peel. That brew was very refreshing and style wise is called a Belgian White.
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#39
Yes but blue moon is made in Colorado. Lol.

Wheat beer is very filling for me. That's why I prefer Becks and Heineken.

Anything from Bavaria is good for me.

St. Paulie Girl was ok, but brewed in Bavarian style, made in USA.

Same with wine--italian only-
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(09-18-2021, 10:11 AM)AnaCarolina1 Wrote: Yes but blue moon is made in Colorado. Lol.

Wheat beer is very filling for me. That's why I prefer Becks and Heineken.

Anything from Bavaria is good for me.

St. Paulie Girl was ok, but brewed in Bavarian style, made in USA.

Same with wine--italian only-
I've got a fun fact Heineken (149 calories) has more calories per 12oz bottle than Guinness draught (125 Calories).

That is what is so great about beer people have a lot of different tastes and there are many styles to suit.

I do need to visit Ireland at some point and get a pint of Guinness on tap. I hear there is nothing like it.

Most beer I drink is made in the USA because I brew it lol.

I do enjoy beers from Left Hand Brewing out by me though I've never had a bad pint from them.
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